1986 Ferrari Testarossa (single mirror)

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Silverstone Auctions - The Classic Race Aarhus Auction

AUCTION

28th May 2016

AUCTION DATE

1986 Ferrari Testarossa (single mirror)

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ZFFTA175000064581

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1986 Ferrari Testarossa (single mirror)

The name 'Testarossa', literally Redhead, became synonymous with Ferrari sports-racing cars in the 50s and 60s and was resurrected at the launch of their new model at the Paris Show in Porte de Versailles in 1984. Housing a 4.9-litre V12 engine producing 390BHP, the car was capable of a respectable 0-60 mph time of 4.7 seconds and a top speed of 196mph. Produced between 1984 and 1991, some 7,177 Testarossa's were built in total. The shape of the Testarossa was always controversial, and in retrospect none more so than the early version with the single high mirror placed firmly in the line of sight of the driver. What was once ridiculed as a practical hindrance has since become a strength as a collector's item: Ferrari moved the mirror to a more conventional low position in 1988 and at the same time changed the centre-lock wheels to a conventional five-nut arrangement. The Testarossa lost a bit of its mystique and as a result the early cars are quite sought after.

Single Mirror, Centre-Lock wheel example
64,000kms
Full service history

This rare single mirror, knock-off wheel example was delivered new to Switzerland in July, 1986 and has only had two private owners since. Showing just 64,000kms, the car shows little sign of use and is beautifully presented. The exterior of the car was repainted in 2015, naturally in its original colour of Rosso Corsa and as a result is in fantastic condition.
The car has a full service history with many stamps, and in March of 2014, at an indicated mileage of 62,141, it had the important timing belt change (an engine out-job on the Testerossa). Accompanied by its manuals, service wallet, and original tools this immaculate, rare and collectable example is ready to use and cherish.
 

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