1991 Ferrari Testarossa


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    57 306 km / 35 609 mi
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The Ferrari Testarossa is a Ferrari sports car from 1984. It is one of the most famous Ferrari models. The name of the Testarossa, like that of the 288 GTO, also released in 1984, refers to a prestigious model from the 250 series. The car was designed by Pininfarina and one of the characteristics of the car, which made it an icon of the 80s, are the typical air slots in the doors, which were also used in later models. These are also called 'egg-slicers'. In addition, the Testarossa, along with the inspired Ferrari 348, is one of the few models without the characteristic round taillights. This model is equipped with a twelve-cylinder engine. A total of 7177 copies of this model have been produced. The copies from 1984 and 1985 had one rear-view mirror, on the left, which was halfway the A-pillar. In 1986 Ferrari decided, after several complaints from Testarossa owners, to put the mirror at the usual spot at the bottom of the A-pillar and to place a rear-view mirror on the right. The Testarossa was the last 180 ° V 12 cylinder (lying flat) that Ferrari built in the 80s to the present day and went through the names under the names 512TR and 512M in the last delivered models. The Ferrari Testarossa owes its fame to the general public by the popular police series Miami Vice from the 80s in which he plays a prominent (main) role. From the Testarossa offered here a valuation report from 2017. The car is then valued at € 105,000, - The car has not ridden for quite some time so it is advisable to give him a service turn. The car was produced in 1991, but in 1994 sold to the dealer. It looks like the car is equipped with a remanufactured engine and gearbox and there are also several other parts replaced.