The Ferrari Testarossa is one of the most famous models of the 80s. The car has not been on the roads since 2003, but it is well preserved.
In France, the famous supercar Ferrari Testarossa was put up for auction by Artcurial. The car has not been on the road for almost 20 years and has been parked all this time. Details of the time capsule have been revealed on the auction house website.
This Ferrari Testarossa was bought in 1989 by a resident of the city of Mulhouse in eastern France. The car was not used very actively – in 14 years it drove only 22,400 km.
In 2003, a Ferrari supercar made a trip to the south of France in Saint-Tropez, and upon his return, the owner parked the car in an underground parking lot and never got behind the wheel again. After his death in 2012, the Ferrari was inherited by his daughter, but she never started the car either.
The Ferrari was kept under a cover and is in pretty good condition, except that the soundproofing material in the engine compartment turned into shreds. All original documents and even a set of branded tools are included with the car. At the auction for the car, they plan to earn from 70,000 to 110,000 euros.
The Ferrari Testarossa supercar was produced from 1984 to 1996 and it became one of the most iconic cars of the 80s. The coupe is equipped with a 4.9-liter boxer 12-cylinder engine with 390 hp. With. It accelerates to 100 km/h in 5.8 seconds and develops 290 km/h.