During the 80s, kids had one of two Ferrari posters on their wall; the F40 or the Testarossa. Both, if you were lucky. Well, the Testarossa became an icon thanks to its side strakes and red-topped flat-12, which was a derivative of Ferrari’s F1 Championship cars of the ’70s. Today we get a look at a beautiful 1991 Ferrari Testarossa that is currently up for auction. This vehicle was the last of the original run produced starting in 1984 and one of the last to leave Maranello before the 512 TR.
The car was delivered new to Paris before being acquired by its current owner in 1995. The vehicle has been very well maintained and documented exhaustively. The model also features a Schedoni luggage set with covers, two original keys, and two tool kit bags. If you are looking for an icon of the ’80s to add to your fleet, consider yourself lucky.
Check out this outstanding machine in the images below and head over to RM Sotheby‘s to find out all the details immediately. The car will hit the auction block in Munich this November. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more classic cars coming very soon.
Photos via RM Sotheby’s