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I’ve noticed a few Ferrari Testarossa’s coming across the block over the past month on BaT. Not all of them sold, but the ones that did brought big money, save one:
28k-Mile 1991 Ferrari Testarossa Bid to $120,000 on 6/24/22
9,600-Mile 1992 Ferrari 512 TR Bid to $295,000 on 6/21/22
27-Years-Owned 12k-Mile 1990 Ferrari Testarossa Bid to $152,000 on 6/17/22
No Reserve: 2,200-Mile 1995 Ferrari F512 M Sold for $731,000 on 6/17/22
1992 Ferrari 512 TR Sold for $307,512 on 6/12/22
1987 Ferrari Testarossa Sold for $115,000 on 6/10/22
22k-Mile 1987 Ferrari Testarossa Bid to $116,500 on 6/3/22
13k-Mile 1993 Ferrari 512 TR Sold for $310,000 on 6/3/22
The Ferrari Testarossa, the successor to the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer, is a Pininfarina-designed, 12-cylinder, mid-engine masterpiece. The car was produced from 1984 until 1991, with two revisions after the initial run produced from 1992 to 1996; the 512 TR and the F512 M. Nearly 10,000 cars in total were produced – making the Testarossa one of the most mass-produced Ferrari’s available.
What do you do if you can’t afford an entire Testarossa? You buy a fractional share on Rally.
Chris Harris takes a stunning 1992 Testarossa for a spin on Drive Network:
And if you’re in the mood, you can watch Doug DeMuro drone on about a 1987 Testarossa, even if it’s the wrong color: