** 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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Auto blogThu, 01 Aug 2013 16:58:00 EST
The Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 was the automaker's first sports car with a V8 mounted amidships, and that formula quickly became the Italian automaker's bread and butter. The 308 in the name denotes a 3.0-liter V8, but for the Italian market, where a tax was imposed on cars with engines larger than two liters, Ferrari decided to de-bore the V8 to avoid the tax. Thus the 2.0-liter Dino 208 GT4 was born, and New York resident Bradley Price likes his 1976 model just the way it is.
Price initially was attracted to the Bertone-styled wedge because it "fit into the whole aesthetic of the space age and of the boundless possibility of [the late 1960s and 1970s]," he says in the Petrolicious video, adding that the opening scene of the original The Italian Job struck a chord with him, and the feeling never left. With 170 horsepower on tap, the 208 isn't very quick, but, in his opinion, it has a sweeter song than the bigger V8 and the driver-centric interior is one of his favorites.
Watch Price snake the original wedge through some East Coast back roads in the video below, and, just for kicks, we've also included the opening sequence of The Italian Job.
Some of the biggest auto auctions of the year are held during the weekend of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Millionaires gather in hopes of outbidding their contemporaries for incredibly rare cars. As Bonhams' record sale on Thursday of a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO for $38 million showed, these days the world's most expensive vehicles are found at auctions, often with a prancing horse on the nose.
RM Auctions' Friday sale reinforced this even more when a 1964 Ferrari 250 LM topped the evening by bringing in $11.55 million, after the 10 percent commission. It wasn't the only million-dollar vehicle of the event, though. A 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster Prototype garnered $6.93 million, and a 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 brought $1.705 million. Even a classic 1948 Tucker 48 had a final price of $1.57 million.
Surprisingly, some rather new cars actually brought in quite big money, too. A 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Vitesse Le Ciel Californien sold for $2.42 million, and a 2006 Ford GT with just 13 miles sold for $407,000.
If the history of an automaker is divided up by the mandate of its leadership, then this is surely the end of an era for Ferrari. After repeatedly locking horns with Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne over a variety of issues, longtime Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo has announced his resignation.
Montezemolo has a long history with both Fiat and Ferrari. He started his career at the former before moving over to the latter in 1973 (only a few years Fiat took over half of Ferrari), starting out as Enzo Ferrari's assistant. He was appointed head of the Scuderia the following year, driving the team to success and subsequently taking over all of the Fiat group's racing activities. After the Prancing Horse marque struggled in the wake of its founder's death in 1988, Montezemolo was appointed to take it over in '91 and has been at the helm ever since.
Following Fiat chairman Gianni Agnelli's passing in 2003, both Montezemolo and Marchionne were named to the Fiat board. A year later, after the passing of Gianni's younger brother Umberto, Montezemolo was named chairman of the Fiat Group (to be succeeded six years later by Agnelli heir John Elkann) and Marchionne its chief executive.