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Only a few Ferrari Testarossa convertibles have been produced and are highly prized by collectors. This particular car has never been registered, and its mileage for 32 years is only 413 km.
An incredibly rare 1990 Ferrari Testarossa Pininfarina Spider is up for auction at RM Sotheby's in the UK. For a convertible, they plan to earn 1.4-1.8 million pounds ($1.6-2 million). This is reported by the official website of the auction house.
The Ferrari Testarossa supercar is a cult model of the 80s and 90s, produced in a rather large circulation of 7177 units. However, the vast majority of cars were coupes, and convertibles from the Pininfarina studio can be counted on the fingers of your hands. They are highly prized by collectors.
Such cars were built to order , and among their owners were the then president of the Fiat concern, Gianni Agnelli, and the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah.
From a technical point of view The view of the Ferrari Testarossa convertible is no different from the coupe. It is equipped with the same boxer 12-cylinder engine with 390 hp. With. and 5-speed manual transmission. The maximum speed is about 290 km/h.
This particular car is a time capsule. It was never registered and carefully stored in a garage, so the mileage for 32 years is only 413 km. Last year, the Ferrari Testarossa supercar was sent back to the Pininfarina studio, where the car was slightly updated for 177 thousand euros.