What didn’t sell on eBay last year will go on auction again in August to make one Sonny Crockett wannabe the happiest guy in the world. So here’s my chance to tell you a bit more about this movie car and its evil brother.
Maybe it’s kind of a basic bitch thing to say, but my favorite Ferrari is still the Ferrari Testarossa. If you came of age in the 80s and 90s like I did, the Testarossa and the Lamborghini Countach are still the ultimate “poster cars.” If you’ve got some serious coin lying around, you can buy two of the greatest…
Harry Metcalfe took his Ferrari Testarossa from England all the way down to the Sahara Desert covering some 2,000 miles on tarmac, and sometimes, quite off of it. Here’s his big adventure.
"It was about the 80s, the sexy 80s. It was about excess. Far too much money. Shoulder pads and big hair."
Two cars stand out when we talk about the legendary 1980s TV series Miami Vice: the first was the black Ferrari Daytona, actually a replica on a Corvette chassis, and a white Ferrari Testarossa, which was the real deal all day long, baby. Now's your chance to own one of the actual TV cars.
There are few cars less defined by their statistics than the Ferrari Testarossa. No one cares about its 390 hp flat-12 or its 180 mph top speed – the only thing that matters is its looks, which is why this music video from Kavinsky is the best film about the Testarossa ever made.
Despite what its mid engined layout, wild styling, Miami Vice appearance, and bedroom poster status may tell you the Ferrari Testarossa is not a supercar. Rather, it's a Grand Tourer.
[Have you seen anything more gloriously '80s than this Ferrari Testarossa press photo? Photo Credit: Ferrari]
[The O.G. Ferrari Testa Rossa is really quite lovely, especially in Blue. Photo Credit: Pebble Beach Concourse d'Elegance]
How do you explain the love of cars to people who don't understand? Maybe you can't. Maybe people either get it or they don't. In this beautifully-worded essay, Kinja user Kenkupchik says what we've all felt at one time or another: an indescribable love of cars and an inability to explain it to those who don't get it.
In 1987, Michael Jackson and the Ferrari Testarossa were at the tops of their respective games. What if you could own a Testarossa driven by the King of Pop himself? Your life would become an unparalleled fantasy of 1980s awesomeness, that's what.
A Testarossa is not the most sturdy vehicle ever made, but that doesn't stop this owner from doing some donuts in one.
You know what's even better than a Ferrari? An old-school Ferrari, that's what.
We've heard of some pretty silly excuses from exotic car owners who have just turned their high dollar investments into insurance write-offs, but we'd have to say Joerg Daescher has the strangest explanation for crashing his 1995 Ferrari Testarossa we've ever heard.
Until the 1980s fade from living memory, there will be cars kitted out with Ferrari Testarossa side-streaks. There could be worse candidates for the job than a slightly dilapidated Fiat Uno Turbo.
If you like our Formula One race reports in Crayola, you’ll love the crayon-and-marker art of Miha Furlan, who applies mad drawing skills to kindergarten art sets to produce drawings of race cars and supercars. The 28-year-old Slovenian’s work is just plain gorgeous, and he’s not lacking in taste when it comes to…
A Ferrari Testarossa driver owes $290,000 for driving 85 MPH and a 35 MPH zone because the Swiss, in all their egalitarian wisdom, base fines on the offender's wealth. Quick, impoverished Swiss speed demons, to your beaters!