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.
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Auto blogTue, 16 Sep 2014 14:46:00 EST
Episode #397 of the Autoblog Podcast is here, and this week, Dan Roth, Steven Ewing, and Seyth Miersma talk about the leadership change at Ferrari, the Mercedes-AMG GT, and we give a report on the Long-Term Garage. We start with what's in the garage and finish up with some of your questions, and for those of you who hung with us live on our UStream channel, thanks for taking the time. Check out the rundown below with times for topics, and you can follow along down below with our Q&A. Thanks for listening!
Autoblog Podcast #397:
Things are going to look very different in the Formula 1 paddock come 2015. Official word came down from Infiniti Red Bull Racing that Sebastian Vettel, who won four driver's titles while with the energy-infused fizzy drink and marketing company, will be leaving the team after the 2014 season comes to an end. Taking Vettel's well-worn seat at Red Bull will be Daniil Kvyat, who will join Daniel Ricciardo for 2015. Feel free to read that official announcement below.
While no official announcement has yet been made, rumors swirl that Sebastian Vettel will drive for Ferrari in 2015, taking the place of Fernando Alonso, who many believe will end up at McLaren, which itself is in line for a major driver and team shakeup next year as it switches to Honda power. It's not clear where the rest of the current crop of F1 drivers will land, but as this first blockbuster domino falls into place, expect the rest to fall in line in the coming weeks and months.
The head of any company has to juggle the relationship between supply and demand. Of course, that applies to automakers too, even ones as high-end as Ferrari. And as with many other decisions, the way Ferrari has addressed supply and demand has come down principally to the principal.
Enzo Ferrari may have only wanted to sell as many vehicles as he needed in order to fund his company's racing department, but with the F40 - the last model made under his watch - Ferrari ended up increasing supply to meet growing demand. However, after Luca di Montezemolo took over in the wake of Enzo's passing, he started constricting supply. He figured Ferrari could sell 400 units of the F50, for example, so he built 399. More recently, Montezemolo undertook a course of action that spread Ferrari into more markets, while simultaneously constricting supply to increase demand and thereby profitability.
It's been a winning formula for Ferrari. Just days ago, the company announced record earnings up by 14.5 percent in the first half of 2014 over the same period last year, which itself had seen a 7.1-percent increase over the year before. Clearly the strategy has worked, but Montezemolo's successor is already eying a different approach.