** PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS-
**SO CHECK MY PICTURES OUT - OF MY 87 TESTAROSSA - RED /BLACK AND TAN INTERIOR -BEAUTIFUL COND - LIKE OUT OF THE
SHOWROOM IN 1987 AT NEWPORT
IMPORTS IN CALIF - COME WITH ALL EQUIPMENT , LEATHER CASES FOR MANUALS/BOOKS AND ALL TOOLS THAT CAME WITH THE
CAR- NOTHING MISSING ! THIS CAR IS AN " INVESTMENT FOR UNDER 100K "- THERE ARE NONE AT THIS PRICE - SO PLEASE DON'T
KNOCK THE PRICE DOWN - IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN -THIS CAR IS NOT A TRAILER QUEEN - I DRIVE THIS CAR - IT DOESN'T
SIT IN A GARAGE ALL YEAR - IT GOES TO ALL FERRARI CLUB MEETS AND SHOWS - THIS CAR IS WELL KNOWN IN THE SOUTHERN
CALIF FERRARI CLUB - THIS TIME I WILL LET THE PICTURES DO THE TALKING . **** A LITTLE HISTORY ON THE CAR - I HAVE
OWNED THIS CAR FOR OVER 10 YEARS-IT HAS BEEN OWNED BY ALL PRIVATE PARTY'S' - PEOPLE THAT HAVE BECOME FRIENDS OF
MINE - FIRST ONE A LAWYER IN NEWPORT BEACH -OWNED IT FROM 87 TO 97- SECOND OWNER LIVED IN HOLLYWOOD HILLS - OWNED
IT FROM 1997 TO 2005 AND THEN MY SELF FROM 2005 - PRESENT. THE SECOND OWNER HAD THE CLUTCH DONE AS WELL AS THE
TIMING BELTS , BEARINGS AND WATER PUMP - HE GAVE ME ALL THE OLD PARTS ,THAT WAS DONE IN 2005 BEFORE I BOUGHT THE
CAR .I DO ALL MY OWN WORK ON THIS CAR - ALL OF IT -FOR I AM A SR AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN MECHANIC - OVER 30 YEARS - I
HAVE PERFORMED ALL REQUIRED SCHEDULED FERRARI MAINTENANCE BY THE SERVICE MANUAL AT THE CORRECT MILES THAT FERRARI
RECOMMENDS PER THE SERVICE BOOK - NOT SITTING IN THE GARAGE WITH LOW MILES - JUST SITTING THERE NO ONE DRIVING THE
CAR AND THEN HAVE A MAJOR SERVICE FOR 20K AND CALL THE CAR NEW - THAT IS NOT THE WAY FERRARI SCHEDULE MAINTENANCE
WORKS .THIS IS MY PRIDE AND JOY AND THAT IS THE WAY I HAVE TAKEN CARE OF THE CAR OVER TEN YEARS AS YOU CAN SEE BY
THE PICTURES. THE SAME GOES FOR THE PREVIOUS OWNERS - THIS IS WHY I BOUGHT THE CAR -FOR THE HISTORY AND WELL
KEEPING - PLEASE LOOK ON ANY OTHER AUTO SALES SITES - NOTHING UNDER 100K - NOT LIKE MIND - ALL IS NEW!!!!!!!!
-TIRES BRAKES ETC. - YOU NAME IT AND IT HAS BEEN DONE -THIS CAR IS BEAUTIFUL - UNREAL CONDITION AND SEXY !!!! YOU
NEED TO SEE IT -COME LOOK AT IT.... MAKE THE TRIP AND YOU WILL WANT BUY ASAP.... WHEN YOU DRIVE IT AND HEAR THE
SOUND IT MAKES YOU'LL FEEL LIKE A GOD. - THERE IS NO OTHER FERRARI LIKE MINE
1987 Ferrari Testarossa Testarossa on 2040-cars
San Diego, California, United States
** PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS-
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Ferrari is not a company used to being behind the curve, but if you've been wondering how the Scuderia has lost so much territory on the Formula One circuit to a relative newcomer like Red Bull, part of the answer could come down to its wind tunnel.
Seriously, the wind tunnel? Yes, the wind tunnel. Aerodynamics play an increasingly vital role in F1 racing, and while Red Bull has one of the best in the business, Ferrari's hasn't been running right for some time now.
A year and a half ago Ferrari shut down the galleria del vento at its headquarters in Maranello, citing problems with "correlation" - that is, a major discrepancy between the results it got in the wind tunnel, in CFD computations and on the racetrack. Having narrowed the problem down, the Scuderia embarked upon a major overhaul. It's been using Toyota's facility in Cologne, Germany, in the meantime, but as team principal Stefano Domenicali put it, not having your own wind tunnel on premises "is like playing basketball with one hand behind your back." Now the renovations reportedly complete, however, and Ferrari will begin using its wind tunnel again next month.
Talk about first-world, one-percenter problems: you want to get a new Ferrari, you've even settled on the 458, but you can't decide between the Spider and the Speciale. It's a tough call, we know. But your pain will be over soon, if the latest rumors are to be believed.
Those rumors have it that, at an exclusive preview event for select customers at Pebble Beach this past weekend, Ferrari showed off a new 458 variant that combines the best attributes of the 458 Spider (namely its folding hardtop) with those of the 458 Speciale (those being its 600-horsepower engine and other go-fast bits).
Succeeding the similarly exclusive, best-of-both-worlds, F430-based 16M Scuderia Spider, the new 458 Speciale Spider (or whatever it's ultimately called) is said to be limited to 458 examples worldwide, and is expected to be unveiled to the public at the Paris Motor Show this coming October.
The so-called "silly season" in Formula One conjured up all kinds of rumors, and most of them revolved around Kimi Raikkonen. Would the 2007 World Champion stay at Lotus? Would he switch to Red Bull to replace Mark Webber? Would he return to Ferrari?
Well now we have the answer. Ferrari has confirmed that the Finn is heading back to Maranello, where he will partner with Fernando Alonso starting next season in a two-year deal. That means Felipe Massa, who has been at Ferrari since 2006 but has struggled to keep up the pace since his catastrophic crash in 2009, will need to find a new seat.
The announcement opens up a series of questions as a game of musical chairs commences. Where will Massa go? Who will fill Raikkonen's seat at Lotus? And will Alonso tolerate the team bringing in another former champion and serious contender to challenge his position as number one at the top team? We'll just have to wait and see, but the move in and of itself demonstrates a certain businesslike lack of personal emotion on Kimi's part, having been unceremoniously dumped by Ferrari three years ago to make way for Alonso. Head on down below for the rather Raikkonenly brief announcement.