1991 Ferrari Testarossa Calif Car Beautiful Example Reasonable Reserve on 2040-cars
Woodland Hills, California, United States
|Accident free 3 owner California car
no bodywork, no Bondo
clean car fax and auto check
interior is excellent but Dashboard has some leather shrinkage
all tags in place
Engine fires right up, Cold start program works, runs and drives without any issues.
All Books with service stamps
33k original miles
All Maintenance performed up to but not including 30k
some minor things, that are very common with the Testa's:
AC is not blowing cold.
Passenger side window not working
seat belt restrainers not working
Will need the 30k service
Windshield is cracked replacement cost is around $1500
car was not detailed for pictures this is the way it actually looks, driver side carpet has some spots that will easily come out with detailing
car is priced accordingly
fair market value and work needed taken in too consideration and reflected in price
NEGATIVE OR ZERO FEEDBACK BIDDERS PLEASE CALL OR YOUR BID WILL BE CANCELLED
foreign bidders i can assist with transportation at your expense
I encourage your inspection
car is sold as is were it is with no expressed or implied warranty
any questions or concerns call me will be happy to answer them Steven 818 681 7313 my cell... please note any time difference
car is located in van nuys calif 91406
Ferrari Testarossa for Sale
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Tue, 23 Sep 2014 17:30:00 EST
Ferrari is recalling 3,000 458 Italia and Spider models and, believe it or not, it's not because they may catch fire. Nope, instead, the issue focuses on anyone that's unfortunate enough to become trapped in the Ferrari's perilously small frunk (front-mounted trunk).
Sat, 26 Oct 2013 20:00:00 EST
Apparently, should someone find themselves trapped in the car's nose, the interior release handle only lets loose one of frunk's latches. That means that while anyone held captive by the V8-powered supercar won't be in danger of suffocating and will still be able to call for help, the cars are still ultimately in violation of federal safety mandates.
According to Uncle Sam, should someone become trapped in a trunk, like a child, they must be able to open the trunk from the inside and escape. That can't happen in the 458.
In the pantheon of 80s pop culture, few cars have such provenance as the Ferrari 308. Sure, vehicular icons like the DeLorean and Pontiac Trans Am (especially in time machine and KITT guise) made us swoon back in the day, but there's something about the bright red Italian that makes it stand out; perhaps it is the 308's performance credibility, at least when compared to other memorable cars of its ilk.
Sun, 16 Mar 2014 19:58:00 EST
Our fondness for Magnum PI's Ferrari 308 is shared by Oscar Verdugo, who's featured in the video you'll see below. Brought to you by theAFICIONAUTO, this video highlights the bond between the men and women who own and love such so-called star cars, and it focuses on one particular 1981 Ferrari 308 GTSI. Scroll down to watch the video below.
The first chapter of the new Formula One era has been written with the conclusion of the Australian Grand Prix, and it included a rookie rush, some resurgent and some unsurprising performances, the sound of screeching tires and a couple of firsts.
Outside predictions as to the pace of the Mercedes AMG Petronas team were proved as soon as the Friday practice sessions, with Lewis Hamilton recovering from an engine sensor fault in the first session to top the second, followed by teammate Nico Rosberg. That didn't change come the start of qualifying, not even the rain slowing down the Silver Arrows, Hamilton taking pole as the last man across the line in Q3.
The surprises were in the order behind him, with new Infiniti Red Bull Racing man Daniel Ricciardo grabbing second spot just three-tenths of a second down on Hamilton. Ricciardo not only looked like he belonged at the front of the grid the entire weekend, but he seems to have reversed the Mark Webber jinx: four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel had car issues and didn't get into Q3, having to settle for 13th on the grid.