What purple blooded boy (and even just a few women) won’t cease what they’re doing and stare when any Ferrari goes rolling by? After I was a teenage boy I might have all my buddies over and we might all watch Miami Vice. Sure, as a result of it was an awesome, forward of its time investigative present, however one of many primary causes was all of us needed to be Sonny Crocket, if for nothing else, so we might reside in a ship, carry a gun, be surrounded by fairly women, however most significantly, so we might have a white Ferrari Testarossa as our day by day driver!Effectively, you can also now have your shot at proudly owning and driving the very Ferrari that Don Johnson utilized in Miami Vice. Full with the Radio Shack like completely mounted mobile phone nonetheless in it. How cool is that?
There have been truly two Testarossa’s within the present that got to NBC by Ferrari, after Ferrari sued them for utilizing outdated Corvettes modified to appear to be Daytona’s. Not a foul deal for NBC to have Two new Ferrari’s compelled upon you. We must always all be sued like that.Final 12 months this exact same automobile was on eBay the place the proprietor was asking a whopping $1.75 million. There have been no takers, so now the automobile is again and going to a Mecum Public sale in Monterey, CA. August 13-15. The automobile has solely gathered a bit over 16,000 miles since its delivery and nonetheless reveals to be in mint situation, with all the right service work full.I believe it will be applicable if Mr. Don Johnson was there himself to public sale it off. We now have heard no rumors of this, however wouldn’t be shocked if he was on the very least there to shake some fingers and signal some autographs for a few of us 50 12 months olds.With the worth of a minimum of this Testarossa, heading north of the unique sticker value of the automobile in 1986, most of us must be content material to only watch the public sale on television and reminisce about our teenage years when a minimum of in our goals, we had been Sonny Crocket.