1989 Ferrari Testarossa

€143,750 ($149,644)
Sale Price
€140,000 - €160,000
Est. Range
13 May 2022
Sold Date
Lot Number
Auction House
Chassis no. ZFFSA17S000080974. Red over black leather. 4942/380hp, 5-speed, alloy wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport tires, Blaupunkt stereo, power windows.

Evaluation: Part of Gerhard Berger’s 1989 Scuderia Ferrari F1 deal, conveyed directly from the factory through Denzel, the Innsbruck, Austria dealership. Replaced later that year by an F40. Signed by Berger on the dashboard and engine compartment in 2017 and comes with books and manuals. Showing 68,044 km (42,281 miles). Very good original paint and lightly stretched upholstery. Very clean engine compartment and fresh underbody. Lower left windshield corner beginning to delaminate. One small stone chip below the right front marker light. A impressively clean and orderly Ferrari.

Bottom Line: This is a representative price for a Testarossa in this condition and bears little to no premium for the Gerhard Berger provenance. The new owner got a reassuringly maintained Testarossa for a reasonable price. The “ex-Gerhard Berger” history is free.

by Rick Carey
11 June 2022
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Condition #5: Poor
Running, but battered, incomplete, and perhaps rusty.
Condition #6: Parts car
Parts car.
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