Auction Block: 1986 Ferrari Testarossa from Miami Vice

Jul 15, 2015

Category: Rides

Throw on your white suit jacket and head to California for the upcoming Monterey Car Week, which will have one of the 1986 Ferrari Testarossa hero cars from Miami Vice up for auction.

One of the most notable characteristics about this car — aside from having the knowledge about it being on the classic ’80s television series — is the significantly raised side mirror. This Testarossa has a 4.9-liter, 390-horsepower engine with a five-speed, gated manual gearbox. The car’s interior is a cream leather, and comes complete with a 1980s car phone. This Ferrari has 16,124 miles on it, and comes with a certificate of authenticity by Ferrari North America and Ferrari Classiche. The Testarossa will be placed on the auction block between August 13-15, 2015 in Monterey. Interestingly enough, its twin was put on eBay late last year, with the seller asking $1.75 million.

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