This is a gorgeous red Ferrari Testarossa with tan interior! All eyes will be on you. You will be the envy of the road! So why sell this gorgeous exotic car? This Testarossa was purchased a few years ago by a master Porsche mechanic. He is a Ferrari superfan, but now he wants to go after a Porsche 917, which are selling for $500,000 to a million dollars and he needs to fund his purchase. Help him live his dream and YOU can live yours with this FERRARI! This Testarossa has many of the attributes of the 917. They both have 12-cylinders and mid-engine design. The fuel injection and electrical systems are by German Bosch as well! Condition: From a smoke free home, weekend ride, low mileage, kept in a secured garage. Healthy transmission: This car was not stored away, Testarossas don't like to sit idle! They like to be driven and because it was driven on the weekends, the tranny is in healthy, well-oiled condition. Ready to hit the road! Motor details: No mechanical problems. The gaskets and o rings are in great condition. If exotic cars like this are stored, they tend to leak when mileage is too low. Not an issue here! Great driving machine! Dents & dings: A few exterior dents and dings, but the paint is gorgeous and all original.
1987 - Ferrari Testarossa on 2040-cars
Long Beach, California, United States
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Auto blogWed, 08 May 2013 10:16:00 EST
Italy is the wound that continues to drain blood from the body financial of Italian supercar and sports car makers. The wound was opened by the country's various financial police who decided to get serious about superyacht-owning and supercar-driving tax cheats a few years ago, by noting their registrations and checking their incomes. When it was found that a rather high percentage of exotic toy owners had claimed a rather low annual income - certain business owners were found to be declaring less income than their employees - the owners began dumping their cars and prospective buyers declined to buy.
Car and Driver has a piece on how the initiative is hitting the home market the hardest. Lamborghini sold 1,302 cars worldwide in 2010, 1,602 cars in 2011 and 2,083 cars in 2012 - an excellent surge in just two years. In Italy, however, it's all about the ebb: in 2010, the year that Italian police began scouring harbors, Lamborghini sold 96 cars in Italy, the next year it sold 72, last year it sold just 60. The declines for Maserati and Ferrari are even more pronounced.
Head over to CD for the full story and the numbers. What might be most incredible isn't the cause and effect, but where the blame is being placed. A year ago the chairman of Italy's Federauto accused the government of "terrorizing potential clients," this year Luca di Montezemolo says what's happening has created "a hostile environment for luxury goods." Life at the top, it ain't easy.
We hope you have seven minutes to kill. RSR Nürburgring recently took the time to pit Sabine Schmitz and her slightly modified Porsche 911 GT3 RS against Ron Simons and his Ferrari 458 Italia in a sparring match around the infamous Green Hell. The clip begins with the two drivers engaging in a smidgeon of smack talk before the two get down to the business of beating each other's doors off around one of the most challenging courses in the world. Simons calls his car superior to Schmitz's 911, while Schmitz says she's up against nothing more than a Fiat driven by an old Dutch man.
Don't hold any punches, you two.
We won't spoil the finale for you, but we will say the tango is worth watching. At the end, the loser calls for a rematch. We can't wait to see that throwdown. Check out the clip below for yourself.
Look, Ferrari, your latest line of cars is arguably the best looking group of prancing stallions since the early 1970s. Even the rather dull California has gotten some attention, thanks to the new California T. But this, the Ferrari F from Ugur Sahin Design, is just better.
Believe it or not, that is based on a 458 Italia. It's like the designer has taken the very best aspects of the Pagani Huayra, Jim Glickenhaus' P4/5 and the Ferrari LaFerrari and combined them into one amazing package. We think it's positively stunning.
Now, obviously, there are some aspects that wouldn't work for a production car. For example, those rear blind spots are probably huge. But when a car looks this good, who really cares? In fact, we'd be willing to designate this Ferrari as the best looking car Ugur Sahin has penned, which is high praise indeed.