1986 FERRARI TESTAROSSA # ZFFSA17AX0056657. When the Testarossa was introduced at The Paris Auto Show in 1984, it created an enormous splash with the motoring press and an enthusiastic public. A true 180 mph supercar, the Testarossa looks every bit the part and played that part well on the TV series, Miami Vice. Posters of the car were plastered on dormitory rooms everywhere (often next to Farah Fawcett posters) and it seemed that every red-blooded American male desired to own one. The rear/mid-mounted, 48-valve, 4-cam, Bosch K- Jetronic fuel injected flat 12-cylinder engine continued the heritage of the engine of the 512BBi which preceded the Testarossa and was the most powerful engine in any production car until that time. The long side strakes of the Pininfarina design of the Testarossa became a trademark and the car has always been instantly recognizable on the road. Our car, finished in classic Ferrari red with original black leather, was purchased by its second owner in 1994, then with fewer than 3,000 miles. That owner of 16 years serviced the car at a specialist’s shop in New Jersey and eventually sold the car to that shop in 2010. That shop then sold the car to one of their good customers who, in August 2012, had the same shop perform the major, engine-out timing belt service with related work. Now, with fewer than 500 miles on the car since that service, the car is ready to move to a new home. All original manuals, tools, custom cover and the car’s rare 6-piece luggage set--originally offered by Ferrari as an option on the Testarossa—are present with the car. Immaculate condition. 28,699 miles. $69,000.