1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT s/n 03628 Rosso Rubino with Black Interior Named for Enzo Ferrari’s son, Alfredino, who died in 1956 at the age of 24 as the result of muscular dystrophy, the Dino was, fittingly, a ‘baby’ Ferrari that was dimensionally smaller and more nimble than any other street Ferrari. Its mid-placed engine was a Ferrari first for a street car, and the engine itself is a gem: a lovely quad cam V6 that reflected the lessons learned from producing V6s for Dino race cars like the 206 SP. The styling for the car was done by Pininfarina, and remains to many one of the most beautiful and exotic Ferraris of the period. Certainly the view from the driver’s seat over the two prominently curved fenders is one of the most evocative street going driver’s seat views. This particular car is a very nicely restored example that has been well maintained, and is very complete and correctly presented. For over 30 years, it was owned by highly regarded Ferrari mechanic Tim Stanford, from 1977 to approximately 2007. It is complete with books in pouch, wheel chock, tool roll with tools, jack bag with jack and lug wrench, and warning triangle. The car was continuously maintained by him durin
left-hand-drive 1972 ferrari 246 gt dino black air-con leather restored v6 italian fast rwd supercar petrol mid-engine 2wd
1145 Park Avenue
Emeryville, 94608, California
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