Designed in the early ‘80s as the successor to the 512 Berlinetta Boxer (BB), the Testarossa was introduced to the world at the 1984 Paris Auto Show. Bearing the name of the famed 250 Testa Rossa which won the 1957 World Sports Car Championship, this ‘80s icon quickly adorned bedroom walls around the world and saw a production run spanning seven years (’84-’91).
Photographed here, our 1990 Ferrari Testarossa was delivered new to a prominent Kansas businessman, and has been driven only 2,384 miles since. The car was driven almost exclusively around the owner’s mile long lake on his property. Having remained with the same owner until 2020 when it was sold to a local, Miami based Ferrari specialist, this particular Testarossa is one of the most well-preserved Ferraris we have ever seen. Car will be delivered with a fresh engine-out/major service. Accompanying the car are the original books, tools, as well as the full cover set. Most recently, the car was professionally detailed and wrapped in a protective film.
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