This is the 19th car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
Back in the 1980s, Michael Jackson was the undisputed King of Pop and Ferrari was the king of the supercar. Imagine if you combined the two?
In a surprise decision, a German court has ruled that Ferrari does not have exclusive rights to the name Testarossa.
In the spirit of the upcoming Monterey Car Week, I thought I would step it up a bit with the Pick of the Day and present a red one from Maranello, Italy:
The most-memorable TV show that best exemplified the decadent and drug-addled 1980s was, of course, Miami Vice. Appealingly absurd, the trend-setting cop show was set in a pastel-hued landscape.
Pick of the Day driven only 58,000 miles by its one owner
One-day sale and multi-day sales salon will be part of a week-long automotive festival in nation’s capital city
Exhibit featuring a Prancing Horse baker’s dozen runs through early September
Auction house expects the car, one of only two with such retrofitted equipment, to sell for more than $21 million