This 1988 Ferrari Testarossa is in Black with Tan and has less than 29k miles.
Sold new at Ferrari South Inc. in Jackson, Missouri on January 8,1988.
Powered by a 4.9L V12 with a 5 speed gearbox.
Engine no. 826
A US Spec Testarossa in a timeless color combination.
A well preserved example with only 29k miles.
Major services performed in 2000, 2005 and 2016.
Major engine out service just completed. This includes injectors, water pump, pulleys, valve adjustment, new gaskets, rebuilt alternator and new clutch.
Interior shows well. Some minor shrinkage on the dash. A non smokers car. All electrical works. A/C blows cold air.
Clear Carfax posted.
The tools, jack, and service records will be presented to the new owner.
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