Spotted in California is a 1995 Ferrari 512M for $379,000 USD. The seller states this example received an engine out service in mid 2018 and is ready for the new owner. This was the final version of the Testarossa platform and has 38,500 original miles.
Spotted in Raritan, New Jersey is a 1987 Ferrari Testarossa Exhaust System for $4,500 USD. This is likely to be a euro car imported to the states. The seller has a complete OEM exhaust system that was hardly used. The car could not pass inspection due to the original Exhaust not having a Catalytic Converter so it was removed and placed in storage. This system does NOT have the Catalytic Converter which should not be a problem at this stage due to cars this age not needing an inspection. The system includes the two part Exhaust Muffler/Silencer, the Right Side Rear and Left Side Rear Exhaust Header Manifold and the Right Side Front and Left Side Front Exhaust Header Manifold. Looks to be in good condition and ideal for someone that that wants originality or someone with a rusted out exhaust system needing to pass visual inspections like in California.
Spotted in New York is a 1994 Ferrari 512TR for $399,000 USD. This car has less than 3,300 Original Miles! Black with black interior. Seller states this is an all original, no alterations, modifications or deletions. 2015 winner Greenwich Concours Best Supercar. 2016 winner FCA Best Ferrari in class. 100 point Platinum show car. FCA documented letter from judge states this car to have no deductions. Engine serviced 200 miles and five years ago. A fully detailed show car. Flawless paint and
Spotted in Washington is a 1992 Ferrari 512TR Silver for $298,000 USD. This is a rare silver color with black leather. It only has 11,631 original miles and has only has 2 owners since new. The seller states this car has been given Ferrari Classiche Certification and has won “First In Class” winner 4 years in a row (2014-2017) at the Northwest Region of the Ferrari Club of America Concourse. The original window sticker is included showing MSRP at $195,600 USD and the original delivery to Grand Prix Motorsporst in Seattle, Washington. These cars are notorious like many Ferrari models for the sticky interior trim pieces. This has been corrected by the seller which is a nice bonus. Also a plus is the major service was completed only 1,500 miles ago which included valve/ cam timing , new timing belt/ tensioners, new valve cover gasket, new cam seals, new accessory belt, new engine oil filter, new brake fluid, new coolant, new gear oil ,and new AC Freon/ Filter totaling $9,930 USD.
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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.
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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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