Domani Motor Cars is extremely proud to present this 1988 Ferrari Testarossa! Finished in Rosso Corsa over Biacno leather, the Testarossa has just come out of a private collection. It has only covered 259 miles over the course of its life and is in MINT CONDITION inside and out!
The Testarossa is the epitome of an exotic car. Its unique flat-12 engine and wedge-shaped good looks add to its extremely Italian appeal, and it is considered one of the most striking automobiles of all time. The Ferrari has had all recommended services including majors, belts, and 30,000 mile. None of the characteristic “melting” of the interior is present, and all switchgear functions perfectly. The interior quite literally looks like it just rolled out of the factory in Maranello. The Testarossa was stored in a climate controlled facility its entire life!This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Ferrari history complete with all books, keys, ALL tools and tool bags, manuals, original window sticker and more! We even have the original bill of sale, paperwork, MSO and the business card of the original salesperson! The color combination is quite beautiful… and quite rare!
If you are looking for a perfect and complete collector-quality Testarossa, your search ends today! There are no others that can compare!
Family owned and operated for over 30 years, we thank you for considering our vehicle and invite you to come in, call, or email our experts and experience the Domani Motors difference!
Domani Motor Cars – 866-666-3362 – email@example.com
Legendary Rolls Royce collector Hans-Günther Zach, who runs his own museum is offering his entire collection including the famous “Star of India”. It is a one off 1934 Rolls Royce Phantom II 40/50 HP Continental “All-Weather Convertible” custom made for the Maharaja of Rajkot. It is expected to sell for as much as $14 million. This would break the old record of the 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa which sold for $12 million.
There are 24 other Rolls Royces for sale as well as 3 Bentleys, bids will be accepted through September 15th.