This Ferrari Testarossa With 172 Miles Is Looking For A New Owner

The Ferrari Testarossa was produced between 1984 and 1991, in just over 7,000 units.

This specific example isn’t just gorgeous; even though it came out of the Maranello facility back in 1990 it’s practically brand new, as it has covered just 172 miles (276 km) throughout its entire lifetime. It sports a classic red finish on its exterior, contrasted by the beige interior.

The seller says that it will be serviced before delivery and asks $399,900 CAD ($300,000 USD at the current exchange rates) for it. The price may seem steep, but finding another example in such mint condition is nigh impossible.

The iconic Ferrari of the ’80s is powered by flat-12 engine that’s mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and sends 390 PS (385 HP) to the rear wheels, making the 0-62 km/h (0-100 mph) sprint in 5.3 seconds and reaching a top speed of 290 km/h (180 mph).

This 1990 Ferrari Testarossa is in Montreal, Canada, and it will stay with Ferrari Maserati Quebec until it will find a new home.

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