Two Ferrari Testarossa supercars to be auctioned this month image

Two examples of the Ferrari Testarossa will be offered at auction this month, at Silverstone.

Not one but two units of the classic Ferrari Testarossa will be auctioned later on this month, on the 23rd, at Silverstone, so if you are on the lookout for an appealing ride to add to your collection, and you can afford it of course, than chances are you may be looking at your weekend car. The two particular models are both finished in an appealing yellow shade and the oldest one is from 1986, while the other one has been put together back in 1994.

The early model is said to get the Flying Mirror and to have been delivered to Switzerland when it was originally done. The initial color of the supercar was white but it was repainted in the Giallo Fly Yellow a few years back. It has been with its current owner from 2004, who has registered in two years later. The model has 45,000 miles and it is also getting the original 3-piece luggage set and the 80s Pioneer stereo system. It is estimated to sell between 80,000 GBP and 100,000 GBP.

The newer model, which has been made in 1994, is part of just 501 produced worldwide. It had two owners its entire lifetime and it was initially delivered to Germany and then sold to Japan. It has a comprehensive service history, a Tubi exhaust and it has travelled for 11,000 miles. This particular model is expected to sell between 280,000 GBP and 330,000 GBP.