Classic Ferrari restored
Image: Jonas Sedona, 2007
The Ferrari Testarossa remains a classic example of the 1980s supercar movement, with its aggressive lines and impressive power.
It first arrived in 1984 and remained in production until it was phased out in 1996, with about 10,000 examples eventually being produced.
This means that it is a relatively common Ferrari model, even if it still has exotic looks and impressive performance figures.
Now a 1991 Testarossa has been restored to its former glory by HG Motorsports, which is based in California.
The team did not choose to take a strictly traditional restoration route and actually made lots of modifications to make this car look and feel more modern.
This includes brand new 19 inch rims and a fresh exhaust system which really gives the Ferrari Testarossa the bellow it deserves.
The 4.9 liter 320bhp engine has also been overhauled so that it runs as smoothly as it did when it first left the factory over two decades ago.
Because the Testarossa is not that unusual, it is easy enough to find used examples for sale if you want to ride off onboard a classic supercar that still has the looks to turn heads as you pass.