-Nero with Nero leather interior, Nero carpeting, 35,000 miles from
new, 4.9 Liter flat-12, 5-Speed manual transmission, Comprehensive
The Ferrari Testarossa was one of the most iconic vehicles produced
in the 80's during the Enzo period for Ferrari. It was the
successor to the Berlinetta Boxer with Pininfarina tasked to create
the contemporary design straying away from the curvy and flowing
aesthetic of previous models.
Power is derived from a longitudinally mounted, naturally aspirated
4.9 Liter V12 producing 385 horsepower and 361 lb-ft of torque.
This places the Testarossa as one of the fastest car's produced
during the 80's, with a formidable 0 to 60mph of 5.2 seconds and a
top speed of 180mph. A period-correct Capristo "Sound 2" exhaust
system has been added for increased performance.
This Testrarossa is superb both inside and out and has been known
to Autosport for several years. This Ferrari has been routinely
serviced to keep it within factory specifications, as intended from
new, and is accompanied by many years of service history documents.
It is complete with receipts, owner's manual and spare wheel. It is
ready for immediate use and enjoyment.
1988 Ferrari Testarossa
Location:Huntington Station, New York
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