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How much is a 1985 Testarossa?

How much is a 1985 Testarossa?

1985 Ferrari Testarossa

1985 Ferrari Testarossa 36,600 mi Las Vegas, NV, USA $80,000 HIGH BID
1985 Ferrari Testarossa 20,800 mi Monterey, CA, USA $130,000 HIGH BID
Ferrari Testarossa Coupé 1985 Paris, FRA €149,500 SOLD
1985 Ferrari Testarossa 4,400 mi Scottsdale, AZ, USA $176,000 SOLD

How much is a 1957 Testarossa worth?

An unrestored, 1957 250 Testa Rossa was reportedly sold for over $39 million, making it the most expensive car ever sold in the United Kingdom. Just for perspective, $39 million is about 28 LaFerraris or roughly 128 F12 Berlinettas.

Did they really destroy a Lamborghini in Wolf of Wall Street?

While most movies utilize fake cars to film stunts and car crashes, a real Lamborghini was utilized for this scene. According to GT Spirit, the producers crashed a real 25th Anniversary version of this iconic Countach.

Why buy a Ferrari Testarossa?

In fact, the Testarossa car was a feature on the prestigious cover of Road and Track Magazine nine different times. For collectors who buy a Ferrari Testarossa, they join an illustrious list of owners that include Jordan Belfort, Dr. Dre, Sir Elton John, and Suge Knight.

How big are the brakes on a Ferrari Testarossa?

The wheel design still resembled the ones installed at the Testarossa’s debut. The front brakes have a diameter of 309 mm (12.17 in) and the rear brakes have a diameter of 310 mm (12.20 in). The car received a positive reception from the automotive press – it was featured on the cover of Road & Track magazine nine times in just five years.

When did the Ferrari Testarossa have 5 bolt wheels?

In the mid of the 1988 model year, the suspension was redesigned and the wheels were changed again from the single bolt knockoff setup to the standard Ferrari five bolt pattern. The wheel design still resembled the ones installed at the Testarossa’s debut.

What is Testarossa Rossa?

Testa Rossa, which literally means “red head” in Italian, refers to the red-painted cam covers sported by both cars’ 12-cylinder engines. The Testarossa traces its roots back to the faults of the 1981 BB 512i.