This one will knock your socks off, and maybe drive you to wear pastels.

One of the iconic white Ferrari Testarossas featured on the “Miami Vice” TV show is up for sale on Ebay at the kingpins-only starting price of $1,750,000.

Two of the cars were used in the filming of the series, driven on screen primarily by Don Johnson’s "James 'Sonny" Crockett' character, and are as “I love the ‘80s” awesome as cars get.

The Ferrari’s current owner tells FoxNews.com that he bought it about three years ago, after learning that it had been sitting in a Miami garage for many years. It was last sold in 1991. The coupe looks incredibly clean in photos, has 16,000 miles on the odometer, and comes with all of its service records since new plus full documentation of its role on the TV show.

The Testarossa was one of the fastest and most powerful cars of its day. Its 4.9-liter V12 engine pumped out a then very impressive 390 hp that was good enough for a top speed of 180 mph.

According to the Hagerty Price Guide, a perfect 1986 Testarossa is worth approximately $89,000, about what they sold for new. But the other one of the Miami Vice cars was reportedly purchased recently for $750,000, and it’s owner claims he’s since passed up offers for over $1 million.

That one is on display at the Swap Shop’s automotive museum in Fort Lauderdale, while the Ebay car is up for bids until January 7th.

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