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1999 Ferrari 355 Serie Fiorano #1/ 100 Found in California

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1999 Ferrari 355 Serie Fiorano #1/ 100


Spotted in California is a 1999 Ferrari 355 Serie Fiorano #1/ 100 for $149,995 USD.  This car is being sold by a dealer and has been in California all of its life.  The car is Rossa Corsa Red with Tan Interior.   This specific car was introduced to the public at the Geneva Auto Show and displayed on the Ferrari stand prior to delivery to the 1st owner.   The original owner took delivery at Ogner Motorcars in Woodland Hills, California.  Since there were only 100 Serie Fiorano made this being number 1 is rare and special.

These Serie Fiorano are considered the best of the F355 cars because they were built with enhancements to reach the performance of the Challenge Cars.    There were 100 Serie Fiorano units delivered to the US Market with 74 coming with the F1 Transmission and 26 with the 6-speed manual Transmission.

What do you think of this car?

1998 Ferrari 355 Factory Challenge Car Found in Mesa

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1998 Ferrari 355 Factory Challenge Car Typ A Evoluzione


Spotted in Mesa, Arizona is a 1998 Ferrari 355 Factory Challenge Car for $185,000 USD.   The seller states this is 1 of 40 Evoluzione Challenge cars in the world.   It has only 11,874 original miles on the car and as all Challenge cars is equipped with a 6 speed manual transmission.  Two brothers did the research and restored this car back to factory specs.  It looks to have extensive race history and documentation.

What do you think of this car?

1987 Ferrari 328GTS Found in Ohio

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1987 Ferrari 328GTS


Spotted in Ohio is a 1987 Ferrari 328GTS for $75,000 USD.  This car is a rare color with 34,000 original miles.   It has a clean title and is in excellent condition.  The seller states that this car has some movie history from the 80’s and 90’s.

What color is this?

What do you think of this car?

1988 Ferrari Testarossa Found in San Francisco

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1988 Ferrari Testarossa


Spotted in San Francisco is a 1988 Ferrari Testarossa for $125,000 USD.  The seller is ready to move on to the next phase of his life and is ready to downsize.  He has owned the car for 5 years and invested over $50,000 in restorations in that time.   The major engine out service was completed in May of 2015 with an additional $10,000 of work done by Roselli’s in San Jose.  There is a binder of all mechanical work since new.   There is a custom sound system as well as new catalytic converters and mufflers.   A complete brake overhaul was done.   This seller has taken care of this car and made improvements to keep it in top shape. 

What do you think of this car?

Ferrari TR Fiberglass Body Found in Long Beach

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Ferrari TR Fiberglass Body


Spotted in Long Beach is a Ferrari TR Fiberglass Body for $8,000 USD.   This body is modeled after the 1957 – 1958 Ferraro 250 TR race car.  They were introduced at the end of the 1957 season in preparation for the regulations restricting sports cars to 3 liters for Le Mans and World Sports Car Championship races from 1958. These cars dominated their competitors, with variations winning 10 World Sports Car Championship races including the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1958, 1960, and 1961, the Sebring 12 Hours in 1958, 1959 and 1961, the Targa Florio in 1958, the Buenos Aires 1000Km in 1958 and 1960 and the Pescara 4 Hours in 1961.

What donor chassis would you use on this fiberglass body?

Who makes this body?

1985 Ferrari Testarossa Owned By OJ Simpson

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1985 Ferrari Testarossa

Spotted in Arizona is a 1985 Ferrari Testarossa Owned By OJ Simpson for $1,250,000 USD.   The seller has put his car formerly owned by OJ Simpson up for auction at the same time OJ was released from prison.   He has set a high Buy It Now Price but bidding is currently only at $75,100 US with 1 day 5 hours left.   1985 was the first year for the Testarossa to come to the USA.  In this first year only 121 examples were brought into the country making these early flying mirrors very rare cars.   I wonder how many of the 1985 examples still exist? 

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1986 Ferrari Mondial Convertible Found in Kilauea

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1986 Ferrari Mondial Convertible


Spotted in Kilauea is a 1986 Ferrari Mondial Convertible for $40,000 USD.   Very little is known about this car.  I can see aftermarket wheels but hopefully he has kept the factory wheels as part of the sale.   My first Ferrari experience was a 328 GTS when I was in college.   There is nothing like driving a Ferrari around the coast of the Islands.  The seller states the car is in cherry condition so it maybe worth taking a look at.

What do you think of this car?

1989 Ferrari Testarossa Found in Phoenix

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1989 Ferrari Testarossa Found in Phoenix


Spotted in Miami is a 1989 Ferrari Testarossa Found in Phoenix for $109,000 USD.  This car has only 14,450 Miles on the odometer.  The car is white with a light grey interior.    A complete engine out service with no expenses spared was performed about 100 miles ago in 2016 and has been photo documented.   It is the only White on Grey in the 1989 registry.  The seller also has the rare factory Testarossa luggage at an additional price.

What do you think the luggage is worth?

What do you think about this car?

1988 Ferrari Testarossa Flood Damage

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1988 Ferrari Testarossa Flood Damage

Here is a 1988 Ferrari Testarossa that has been salvaged due to flood damage in Texas.  You can see how high the watermark is on the front hood.  Look at the interior pictures as a reference so you can learn to spot possible water damage in the future.  For the water level to get that high on the hood and side strakes, the interior water level must have been up to the seat bottoms at least!   Check out the pictures of mold spots on the headrest and B Pillars.   I think there will be a huge number of flood damaged cars coming to market so be aware.   Its a shame to see these beautiful classic cars become salvaged and turned into parts cars.

Do you think the engine can still be saved after flood levels that high?