1990 Ferrari Testarossa
7,565 original miles
One of 452 produced for the U.S. market in 1990
Major engine-out service less than 700 miles ago
Large binder of service documents
All books, tools, jack and spare
4.9 liter Flat-12 engine
Built in November of 1990, the Rossa Corsa Testarossa was imported to the U.S., bound for the golden coast of California where it was first offered for sale by San Francisco Ferrari. On June 17th of 1991, it would go home with its first owner who lived in San Mateo, California. The Ferrari would remain in California over the course of close to three decades and would be driven sparingly.
They would keep the Testarossa for more than 20 years, keeping the car meticulously maintained by Modena Motors in Redwood City, with service documents back to 1991. During their ownership, he would only add 6,900 miles to the odometer. At 7,478 miles, the car would receive a full engine out service, including valve adjustment and all belts, as well as host of other maintenance items. Work was done by GP Enterprises LLC of Redwood City, California.
Upon arriving at Canepa, the Testarossa was given a full mechanical and cosmetic inspection. With the car deemed mechanically sound, the Ferrari was then treated to a concours level detail with nothing left untouched. The chassis was cleaned from tip to tip, bringing the underside back to how it left the Maranello Ferrari factory. The interior, trunk and engine compartment were hand cleaned leaving nothing short of spotless, and the exterior's original paint was polished to a stunning shine.
With a matching numbers engine, low mileage, spectacular original condition and a recent major engine out service, this Ferrari Testarossa is an excellent representation of the Prancing Horse of the era.