Fabulous Ferrari Testarossa

What? – A true icon of the 80’s, a left hand drive 1985 Ferrari Testarossa Monospecchio. Monospecchio meaning one mirror, mounted on the driver’s side.

Why? – The Testarossa has wowed audiences worldwide since its introduction at the Paris Motor Show in November 1984. Not only has the Testarossa been one of the most common pin-ups on teenagers’ walls worldwide, but this particular example is a trophy winner at the Cavalino Classic in Florida, a Ferrari only event where it came third in class and first in the range of Testarossas.

Crucially for the prospective owner, this Testarossa has recently undergone an engine out cambelt change and a full Ferrari service. The previous cambelt, was replaced just 250 miles earlier, notably due to age rather than mileage.

Plus, a 4.9-litre V12 producing 390bhp…we rest our case!

Where? – Currently list at JMax Ltd, based in Altrincham, Cheshire.

Odometer reading? – A rather sparse 21,000 miles. Roughly averaging at 677 per annum.

The Bad Bits? – You’ll need to rob a bank to afford it.

How Much? – And this is why…£179,950. Certainly not the cheapest available, but with a recent service and cambelt change, this may be worth it!

Got a Link?Right here on eBay.

by Mike Armstrong

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