California Car | Recent Major Service
This wont last long at all. Here is a 1984 Ferrari 512BBi with only 9,000 miles. So few cars can qualify for California making this car a rare breed. The dealer says this has been owned since 1987 and includes its manual, jack, and spare. Im happy to hear the major service was recently performed with the service receipt included. It was sitting for a very long time prior to getting its service. This really wont last long , its an amazing low mileage car. I am very tempted myself.
1985 Ferrari Testarossa Monospecchio For Sale in San Francisco
US Spec Car
This 1985 Ferrari Testarossa Monospecchio (Flying Mirror) car is 1 of 122 produced for the USA market in 1985. It is believed this is the 3rd US spec car imported to USA. It has 69,400 miles and has been enjoyed its entire life. The car will need an engine out service so factor another $10,000 for that big maintenance. This is a California car and passes strict emissions for this state. It has a clean title with no lien. A solid driver in a rare color. I think the Monospecchio cars will continue to appreciate in the next few years. What a great license plate for a 512TR. Not sure why he assigned it to this car but still cool !
These are 2 working projects on my plate. Both will receive the Big Engine Out Service which will be detailed here in the future. I am hoping there will beno big surprises but will be worthwhile fun and interesting adventure to say the least. Can’t wait to dig in and get started!
Side by Side Comparison of the Ferrari Testarossa Luggage Set and the Ferrari 512TR Luggage Set
The Ferrari Testarossa first appeared on in the USA in 1985 starting with the 2 year only Flying Mirror version and subsequent variations after that. Overall the Testarossa model was produced from 1985 to 1991. During these production years, Ferrari offered custom fitted Testarossa luggage by Schedoni. Some would say the Ferrari 512TR model is just a continuation of the Testarossa but I think the 512TR should be considered a separate model all together due to the enormous number of changes and improvements made on these cars for 1992 through 1994. Many believe the luggage found in both the Testarossa and 512TR are the same but are in fact very different.
This ultra rare Ferrari 1995 F50 is for sale in Florida. They are asking $2,395,000 US Dollars. It has 8,000 miles on it and looks to be in excellent shape. Just as a side note, Mike Tyson’s Ferrari F50 will be going up for auction this year at Amelia Island which has a projected price of $2,400,000 USD. They expect a 1 million dollar premium for being Mike Tyson’s car. I dont know where that would put other F50 examples without a pedigree but it sounds like the seller is asking top dollar. Just as a reference, a 1995 F50 sold in Monterey ( No. ZFFTG46AXS0104063 / Assembly No 21127) in 2015 for $1,980,000.
Only 349 examples were built and 50 made it to the USA.