Yes, this is the cult car from the Miami Vice series, exactly it’s one of two Testarossas that Ferrari provided Universal Studios with for third, fourth, and fifth seasons. During the first two seasons of Miami Vice, Crockett drove a Ferrari Daytona convertible, which was actually a kit car based on a Chevrolet Corvette. Ferrari sued. As settlement, the show’s producers agreed to blow up the faux Daytona on screen in exchange for two Testarossas monospecchio. The factory in Maranello originally delivered these hero cars in black, but showrunner Michael Mann requested a repaint in white to make them more visible when filming at night. After the series ended in 1989 the car was retired and placed in storage from 1990 to 2015, and now is on the street. The vehicle have a Miami Vice Universal Studios bumper plaque.
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