Aside from Ferrari’s flagship supercars, the Testarossa, which ended production in 1996, is the last mid-engine V12 car the company produced. The Testarossa invokes the excessive flamboyance of the 1980’s in a way that few automobiles can. Pop-up headlights, straked side louvers, and a single mirror jutting far out from the A-pillar all combine for a deliciously decadent experience that only a very select few cars and cultivate. Coming next week, we have a Rosso Corsa red with a two-tone brown and tan leather interior example that will be hot on the auction block. With less than 20,000 miles and service records showcasing a “spared no expense” attitude, this Testarossa is as close to a showroom starlet as you’ll find on the market. Aside from being the perfect color combination and possessing that strong V12 behind the seats, this Ferrari touts a few extra goodies that any enthusiast will be dreaming after. The auction goes live next week, so be sure to check back for the full write up and bidding war that will no doubt ensue!