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1991 Ferrari Testarossa

Lutziger Classic Cars AG

1991 Ferrari Testarossa
Lutziger Classic Cars AG
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SH ID

24-0226015

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In Stock

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Switzerland

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FIRST REGISTRATION 03/1991

 

ENGINE SIZE 4943 ccm

 

CYLINDERS 12

 

POWER 380 PS

 

DOORS 2

 

SEATS 2

 

EXTERIOR COLOUR YELLOW

 

INTERIOR COLOUR BLACK

 

MFK MOT

Description

Swiss delivery Matching numbers Swiss road registration The Ferrari Testarossa offered here was delivered in April 1990 in the color Giallo Modena and leather black by the then Ferrari dealer Sportgarage Bruno Wyss in Zofingen, to a customer in the Solothurn area. The car has always been perfectly maintained and is in top collector condition with just over 49’000 original kilometers. The on-board folder with all documentation, owner’s manual, service booklet and neatly kept exhaust maintenance document are present as well as the original on-board tools, jack and a workshop manual. This beautiful Ferrari Testarossa is matching numbers and colors and comes fresh from the MOT. The Motor Show in Paris saw the return of the glorious Testarossa, a descendant of the 512 BBi, in October 1984. Pininfarina’s design broke with tradition while being both stunning and innovative. The side air intakes were larger than those on the previous model. This led to the introduction of the side planks that would soon become the Testarossa’s trademark. The car’s name, which means “red head” in Italian, derives from the red-painted valve covers of the 12-cylinder engine, which was equipped with four valves per cylinder: this was also, at the time of the car’s presentation, the most powerful engine ever fitted to a production sports car.