1989 Ferrari Testarossa With Just 1707 Miles on 2040-cars
Hellertown, Pennsylvania, United States
You are viewing a very well maintained, well documented, three owner 1989 Ferrari Testarossa with just 1,707 genuine original miles in a very desirable red over black color combination. A comprehensive 30K engine out service was completed in September, 2011 at 1,475 miles. The engine and entire engine bay were profesionally detailed at that time while the engine was out of the car. A thorough minor service including a new battery, all fluids, brake hoses, thermocoupler ECUs as well as the seat belt recall was completed in November of 2013. The car starts and runs without fault.
The car is complete with all books, tools, and service records as well as the original key fob. The as new factory original wheels still mounted with the 1989 original Goodyear tires, as shown in the last photo, were removed for protection and proper storage off the car and replaced with a set of refinished factory 512 TR rims. These 512 TR wheels have new OEM valve stems and center caps and are mounted with brand new Goodyear tires for the mild road use the car has seen under my ownership. Of course, the original wheels and tires go with the car as well as a brand new car cover and three sets of floor mats (original and two after market).
The all original Ferrari factory panel gaps and shut lines on the body are some of the best I have seen on a vintage Ferrari. The paint work is original and there has been no dye work to the interior.
This is a true survivor, genuine 1,707 mile 1989 TR in a very well maintained and immaculate state of preservation. Thank you.
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