1987 Ferrari Testarossa Excellent on 2040-cars
Astoria, New York, United States
1987 FERRARI TESTAROSSA RED / BLACK INTERIOR EXCELLENT
Looking for a well-maintained Ferrari? this 1987 Ferrari Testarossa is the car for you!
This car is everything you expect a Ferrari to be, striking, dramatic, gorgeous, athletic, sporty and exotic. With only 9,000 miles on the odometer, this car is ready for many more years of enjoyment. It is in excellent mechanical condition.
Turn the key and marvel as the 12 cylinders fire up smoothly behind you. The 4.9 liter flat-12 cyl. makes an impressive 390 horsepower and 361 ft. lb. of torque. Behind that engine is a 5-speed manual transaxle that helps with weight distribution and getting power to the ground. That means this car can go from 0-60 in 5.3 seconds, and has a top speed of 185 miles per hour.
The inside is, to put it simply, functionally beautiful. The black leather interior is in excellent condition no cracks, the carpets are nice, the door panels are not cracked and do not rattle.
If you’re ready to hit the road in this low mileage Ferrari, give me a call at: 917-887-3703
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 11:02:00 EST
Ferrari will pay a $3.5 million penalty for family to comply with oversight requirements set forth by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Tue, 05 Feb 2013 16:01:00 EST
The federal agency that oversees road safety in the United States announced Friday morning that Ferrari had not submitted early warning reports for the past three years. These reports help the agency identify potential or existing safety threats.
In the wake of the rolling recalls for defective General Motors ignition switches, there has been considerable scrutiny of NHTSA's handling - or mishandling - of these early warning reports. Friday's fine is an indication the agency is taking its enforcement mandates more seriously, albeit against a manufacturer that has no large-scale presence on American roads.
From recent spy shots to leaked information, we're starting to get a good idea about just how amazing the unnamed successor to the Ferrari Enzo will be, but now we've finally gotten to see some video of the car testing at the Fiorano Circuit in Italy. This video not only gives us an earful of the car's screaming engine and rumbling exhaust note, it also affords us a view of the car without its fish-face camouflage that it has been caught wearing recently.
Sun, 13 Jul 2014 19:15:00 EST
The video shows the new supercar testing around the 12-turn, 1.877-mile track with an Enzo, and it is interesting to hear the differences between the 651-horsepower Enzo and its reportedly 950-hp hybrid successor. Scroll down to watch the newest Ferrari going through some track testing, and be sure to turn your speakers up.
Ferrari has a real challenge on its hands. It made the new LaFerrari hybrid hypercar so extreme already that it left little room to crank it up to 11 and turn it into an XX development prototype like it did with the Enzo and the 599 before it. So it's really going to have to push the envelop to take it that extra step.
That's what it has apparently set out to do with this LaFerrari prototype at Monza, where the Prancing Horse marque was spotted preparing the upcoming LaFerrari XX. In fact, testers ran the prototype so hard that they broke the car's right rear suspension. Which is bound to happen, we guess, when you try to find that extra bit of performance in a vehicle that's already one of the most capable ever devised, but only goes to show how much deeper Ferrari will have to dig to find that even sharper edge.
Either that or Ferrari's working on some sort of four-wheel steering system with automatic camber adjustment... See for yourself in the video below.