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Ferrari Testarossa SERVICE BOOK 1990

General description : Ferrari Testarossa 1990
-very good conditions all arond
-no problems with gear box,clutch,engine differential
-interior and body are perfects
- really a pretty car
NO TIMEWASTERS
MOQUETTE IIS ORIGINAL THE ALUMINIUM IS ONLY A COVER

thank you

Car was delivered new in Italy and stay here in all is life NO RUST

1990 Ferrari Testarossa SERVICE BOOK is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Via San Vidotto 26 33033 Camino Al Tagliamento - Udine - UD, Italy by GARAGE DAYTONA II (1 Ratings) for €118000.

 

Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : Testarossa Model Version : SERVICE BOOK Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1990 Sub type : Coupé Location : Via San Vidotto 26 33033 Camino Al Tagliamento - Udine - UD, Italy Vehicle Registration : Undefined

118000 €

Seller Information

GARAGE DAYTONA II

GARAGE DAYTONA II (1 Ratings)
o: +(39) 335 5302669

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