The touring Ferraris have only a slightly detuned racing engine, and they do not come from an assembly line. They are built practically by hand and each one has differences.
The yearly Ferrari output is small, perhaps four hundred cars and each Ferrari is assembled carefully, tested and adjusted to a fine degree. The Dino models, named after Ferrari's son, have been successful everywhere. The Testa Rossa is perhaps
the finest general purpose competition car made anywhere.
"In 1995 the 512 TR became the F512M. Aerodynamics again drove styling changes including a new integrated nose cap with trapezoidal indicator and parking lights above separate round fog lights. Fixed homofocal headlights were mounted behind lexan."
One thing you can and should do on a regular basis is to check the oil in your car's engine. It used to be that you could get this done at most gasoline service stations but in today's world of pump-your-own, it is up to you to check your oil.
Make sure you are on a level service when you do this and give your engine a few minutes to settle before you check the oil. It also helps to be in a well lighted location because those litle marks on the dip stick can be hard to see. If you must add oil, it is best to only add
one quart or one liter if you must top it off. Drive the car for awhile and then check the oil again as you want to avoid over-filling it.