It was so popular every single one was sold.
Renowned Ferrari expert John Pogson says the 1980s was a crazy decade, and the Ferrari Testarossa was a crazy car. His description couldn’t be more spot-on. From shoulder pads and rolled up sleeves to jean jackets, the 80s were a special time. Mullets were the norm and arcade games and MTV ruled. But it was the Ferrari Testarossa that perhaps became the most iconic supercar of the decade. Yes, there was also the Lamborghini Countach, but the Testarossa also starred in one of the most popular TV shows of the time, "Miami Vice."
That only increased its status. And over time, the Testarossa has come to mean a lot to 40-year Ferrari man Pogson. He equates the Testarossa (with an added sports exhaust, of course) as an iconic symbol that Cold War era.