The Ferrari used in 'Miami Vice' could be yours

Don Johnson, left, as Detective James 'Sonny' Crockett and Philip Michael Thomas as Detective Ricardo 'Rico' Tubbs in Miami Vice.
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Don Johnson, left, as Detective James 'Sonny' Crockett and Philip Michael Thomas as Detective Ricardo 'Rico' Tubbs in Miami Vice.

One of the most highly recognized TV show cars has hit the market for $1.75 million. The Ferrari Testarossa driven by Sonny Crockett in the '80s hit "Miami Vice" has been listed on eBay, according to Road and Track, with all the documentation to prove its authenticity.

The white 1986 ride was one of two Ferraris used for the show's filming and has 16,000 miles on it, the auto magazine said.

The show first filmed with a replica car, but when Ferrari found out, two brand-new authentic cars were donated to the show. Apparently, Ferrari had one caveat to the donation—the knockoff car had to be destroyed on the show.

An immediate $500 payment is required on the eBay Buy It Now option.

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