If you could sum the '80s up in one car, that car would be the Ferrari Testarossa. From countless posters to Miami Vice to games like Sega's Out Run, the unmistakable Pininfarina side strakes became an icon of the Decade of Excess. The last car to feature Ferrari's flat-12, the Testarossa marked the end of an era when it stopped production after 12 years in 1996. The Testarossa pictured here left Maranello in November 1987 bound for Classic Italia in Richardson, Texas, where it was purchased by an Arlington lawyer in early 1988. Sold on to William Batterman Ruger in 1994 of Ruger firearms fame, the car would travel to California and then to Demark. Still in immaculate condition in its original white over beige leather with "monodado" single-lug wheels, the car is fully documented and has its original owner's manuals, jack, and toolkit. For true fans of '80s art and design, this Testarossa would be the pinnacle of any collection.