Please watch this video done by Jay Read
https://youtu.be/WM1cAie6Eh4 When it comes to supercars from the
1980s, few drew the admiration and awe quite like the Ferrari
Testarossa. Today, seeing one strums up nostalgia for a car
featured in Miami Vice and on posters in the bedrooms of every
Generation X-er. The Testarossa was introduced by Ferrari in 1984
as the successor to the Berlinetta Boxster. The original
Pininfarina-designed car was produced until 1991, with two model
revisions made up through 1996. Testa Rossa literally means redhead
in Italian, and it refers to the red-painted cam covers of the
12-cylinder engine. Black Horse Garage is proud to represent this
1991 Ferrari Testarossa in the famous Rossa Corsa painted exterior
and beautifully elegant tan leather interior. It is powered by a
mid-mounted, flat-12 engine that produces 385 horsepower. The
5-speed gated manual transmission drives the Ferrari that can
accelerate from 0-60 mph in 5.2 seconds. The car has 41,322 miles
on it and has been serviced and maintained at Black Horse Garage.
Included in the sales price for this Testarossa is a new clutch and
fresh major service performed. If you would like to make an
appointment to see this 1991 Ferrari Testarossa in person, please
give us a call at 203-947-5293 or send us an email at
1991 Ferrari Testarossa
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