Spectacular original condition!
Five-time Ferrari Club of America Platinum Award winner
100-point winner at the National Concorso Italiano
Only 18,813 actual miles
Meticulously maintained from new!
Comprehensive service and maintenance history
No expense spared, major engine-out service in 2018
Accompanied with its original owner’s manual, service booklet, original window sticker, comprehensive service records, car cover and tools
Classic and desired color combination
Drives and performs as new!
Simply one of the best examples on the market today
A dream for the Ferrari collector!
380hp 5.0 liter “Flat-12” engine
5-speed manual transmission
Factory climate control air conditioning
Premium sound system
Full leather interior
16-inch alloy wheels
The magnificent 1988 Ferrari Testarossa featured here is finished in the incredibly sought-after color combination of Rosso Corsa Red over a tan Connolly leather interior. Meticulously maintained from new and driven only 18,813 miles this five-time platinum award-winning example is among one of the finest Testarossa's we have offered in years. This multi-show-winning Testarossa scored an amazing 100 points at the National Concorso Italiano. Incredible documentation accompanies this Ferrari Testarossa, including original owner’s books, manual, tools, jack, service records, car cover, and more! We are pleased to offer this virtually flawless investment-grade 1988 Ferrari Testarossa the most demanding collector, investor, or enthusiast who only wants the best!!
Ferrari’s brand-new Testarossa, the star of the 1984 Paris Motor Show, shocked the world at its premiere. It was a dramatic departure from the 512 BBi that preceded it, as its styling was angular and aggressive, yet its design was just as functional as it was attractive.
The new Testarossa not only offered a step forward in terms of styling, but Ferrari’s new supercar also improved on all aspects of the outgoing Berlinetta Boxer models. The engine produced 40 more horsepower than that of the 512 BBi, helping the Testarossa accelerate from 0–60 mph in under 5.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 180 mph. Its dramatic side strakes that ran along the side of the car helped to channel air into the dual rear-mounted radiators, which kept both the engine and cabin from overheating. By 1988, the single “Flying Mirror” was replaced with more conventional dual mirrors, and the center lock wheels were changed for similar-looking wheels with five bolts.
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