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This fully documented private import has been beautifully maintained and presents like a new car. The photos do not do it justice.  Being originally delivered in the UAE this car is a testament to a meticulous owner. Imported and transferred from Left hand drive to right hand drive in 2006 this car has full Australian compliance and engineers approval.  The conversion itself is mirror finished and impossible to detect.  The option is always there to export this vehicle back to Europe and convert it back to left hand drive as 66% of the worlds countries are left hand drive.  This car will not disappoint with any inspection 

Introduced in 1984 as a replacement for the Berlinetta Boxer, the Ferrari Testarossa became an icon of 1980s retro culture due to its radical design and significantly more premium interior, compared to other Maranello-built sports car. The coupe soldiered on mostly unchanged until 1991, when it was replaced by the 512 TR.

Although it was presented as a new car, the 512 TR retained the Testarossa’s dramatic design language, as well as the flat-12 powerplant. Of course, improved internals made the 512 TR quicker and more powerful than its predecessor, while a revised weight distribution also made it more stable under full throttle.

Compared to its predecessor, the 512 TR was short lived, being produced for only three years (compared to the Testarossa’s seven-year run). As a result, the 512 TR was also built in significantly less numbers, with only 2,261 examples leaving the factory until 1994. Although this figure makes it rather scarce compared to the Testarossa (produced in more than 7,100 units), the 512 TR isn’t the rarest Testarossa, a feat that goes to the F512 M, the second and final upgrade for the nameplate.

The 512 TR retained most of the Testarossa’s exterior features, including the trademark side strakes and the ultra-wide rear track and fenders. Up front, Ferrari meddled with only the fascia and the bumper, leaving the trunk lid and the pop-up headlamps unchanged. Below them, however, the 512 TR received new light units with clear turn signals and a redesigned grille with chrome slats in between. Also, the two-piece bumper with the black lower element was replaced by a one-piece unit with vents under each daytime running lamp, a splitter, and no character lines on the sides

On the sides, the 512 TR carried over unchanged toward the C-pillar, save for the body-colored side skirts, and updated five-spoke wheels. Changes become more obvious toward the rear. Not only did Ferrari revise the flying buttresses of the engine hood, but also extended them toward the rear, eliminating the Testarossa’s already short deck lid. Also, the Italians altered both the lower rear section of the fenders, as well as the bumper, making the latter slightly thicker.

Around back, changes were limited to a mildly reshaped bumper, new exhaust tips with a revised grille in between. The car also received a "512 TR" badge, while the "Ferrari" lettering on the deck lid was moved closer to the fascia. The engine hood also gained a facelift that included black-painted inner panels and a body-colored deck lid section.

The vehicle’s dimensions remained pretty much identical, as the revised body was only 0.2 inch shorter. The 512 TR also sat 0.2 inch lower due to a revised suspension.

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Ferrari 512 T.R







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12 Cylinders



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63332 km

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Cream leather

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