A beautiful, timeless classic Italian sports car, this Testarossa features upgraded Brembo brakes, larger 3-piece all-aluminum lightweight HRE wheels and a beautiful-sounding TUBI muffler. It has always been stored in a climate-controlled garage, and the engine has been fired up every couple of weeks - even if the car wasn't driven. It's equipped with a 4.9-liter 12-cylinder engine with 5-speed manual transmission.
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