Gearbox: Five-speed manual transmission
Cylinders: V12 (180º)
Engine: 4,943 cc
Mileage / Kilometrage: 55,361 km
The Ferrari Testarossa line began its production lifespan in 1984, and ended in 1996, and was introduced as the successor to the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer. The original Testarossa ended its production life in 1991, with two model revisions following, that were named the 512 TR, and F512 M.
The model that we here at Nostalgia Classic Cars are pleased to show, is the 512 TR. A 2-door coupe that has its power coming from a five-speed manual transmission that was placed at the rear of the vehicle, in between the axles of the car, improved the cornering ability, and stability of this sports car. The 512 TR had an improved engine, with a new air intake system, larger intake valves, and a revised exhaust system amongst other upgrades, that not only included the engine, but also the gear shifting of the 512 TR as well. With being restored to absolute perfect condition, this is an amazing automobile that would do well in any classic car collection, or on the road of any city in the world as well.
Read more about this Ferrari F512TR Testarossa in our blog.