Also available separately.
Two pristine yellow Ferrari Testarossas will be crossing he auction block at the Silverstone auction this month. First up is a 1986 model, one of the earliest and therefore rarest of all Testarossas, which has been impeccably maintained by its two previous models who put a combined total of 45,000 miles on the clock. Distinguished by its single “flying mirror” and center-lock “knock off” wheels, this yellow-hot Prancing Horse should easily surpass the $100,000 mark.
The 1994 Testarossa is one of just 501 ever made, and like the older model the F12 M comes powered by a 4.9-liter flat-12 with 440 hp, so 50 horses more than the ’86 model. Its rarity combined with having just 11,000 miles on the clock should see bidding reach over $300,000. They both look incredible and will doubtless continue to turn heads wherever they go, for years to come.