One of the original 235 cars officially imported by Maranello Concessionaires Ltd from only 258 RHD cars made.
Ferrari has been manufacturing mid-engined sports cars for the best part of 50 years, and all of these Ferraris can all be traced back to one model - the Dino. The Dino name was intended to apply to all Ferrari-built cars that did not use a V12 engine. It was named after Enzo Ferrari’s son, Alfredo - or ‘Alfredino’ - who had spearheaded Ferrari’s development of the Dino V6 engine for racing. The marque was launched with the Ferrari Dino 206 GT, which used a lightweight aluminum body and an aluminium block 2.0-litre Fiat-built V6 mounted transversely behind the driver. In 1969, the Dino 246 GT arrived, replacing the expensive aluminium used in its predecessor with a cast iron block 2.4-litre V6 and steel body panels. I n total, just 451 right-hand-drive Dino 246 GT models were imported to the UK between 1969 and 1974. This beautiful Dino is presented in the popular and handsome combination of bright red (Rosso Chiaro) with full black vinyl (Nero Plastica), and has the popular factory-fit electric windows. The Dino was first registered in London in August 1972, and we understand that the first owner was 1971 Italian Grand Prix winner, Peter Gethin. The car was purchased from Mr Gethi
This 1969 Ferrari 246GT L Type Chassis number 00508 was the 50th of only 354 "L" model Dino GT's completed from March of 1969 though September of 1970. The "L" model utilized the same unique early prototype-like interior of the 206GT with fixed seat head-rests mounted to the back bulkhead and a full length glove box door and a passenger foot-well bar. The main changes from the all alloy bodied 206GT to the 246GT "L" model was the lengthening of the wheel-base as well as the adoption of a 2.4 rather than the 2.0-liter engine. This particular example wears an older restoration and has 80,623 documented original kilometers. The engine, transaxle, and body are all original to the vehicle. The engine also has excellent compression on all cylinders. There is no smoke or ill-noises coming from the engine and the vehicle is both rust and accident free. Detailed ownership and service records as well as the original Italian "Libretto" or road-registration documents are still with the vehicle as are the original owners's manual and various other "glove compartment" items that are most always missing. History available upon request. For only $467,500
Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 1975 in very good original condition 1975 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 in very good condition. The car is fully original, driven 62.000 miles from new. Very well maintained, will be delivered with new service. Car was originally delivered in Arizona and straight imported by us, so without rust. Car has USA title and document import duties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import duties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.
1972 Dino 246 GT VIN: 03580 03580 was built in March of 1972, and this left-hand drive U.S. version was delivered new to Bill Harrah's Modern Classic Motors of Reno, Nevada, equipped with air conditioning. The car's new owner, Bernie Stolzman of Santa Monica, CA would receive the Dino on October 4th 1972. This particular 1972 Dino 246 GT was originally finished in a very unique color combination of Marrone Dino Metallizzato paint over Sabbia leather interior. The next owner on record was Lynn Jorgensen of Malibu, California, in 1981. Mrs. Jorgensen owned the car for over 30 years before it came into the ownership of its last owner. Under his direction, the car was sent to Fast Cars LTD of Redondo Beach, California, for a full restoration. The car was refinished in its original color combination, and nothing was overlooked in pursuit of bringing the Dino to as-new condition. Total cost for the project was nearly $225,000. Most importantly, receipts detailing the restoration process accompany the sale. To many Tifosi, the Dino is indeed one of Ferrari's most compelling and exciting models and holds an important place in the marque's history. Beautiful from all angles and very excitin
1973 Dino 246 GTS VIN: 06252 Built in April of 1973 and originally delivered to Germany, this exceptionally well-maintained Dino 246 GTS was Wayne Obrey's personal Ferrari, and was completely and meticulously restored by Wayne and his team at Motion Products. Wayne Obry was called the world's leading expert on Ferraris, and with good reason. He was not only the cofounder of Motion Products, but was also a lifetime IAC/PFA judge and vintage Ferrari consultant. He and the staff at MPI had the privilege of helping their clients cross the stage at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance 34 times in this millennium alone. Wayne also had the honor of receiving the first 100-point Ferrari at Pebble Beach in 1993. With a resume like that you can imagine the quality of a car he called his own, such as this beautiful Dino 246 GTS. A European model, the car is recorded as being in Southern California from the 1980s, and would then move on to Paul Appleton of Wisconsin in 2004. Wayne Obrey would purchase 06252 after 2005 and would execute a concours winning restoration on the car. The result would make this car a Ferrari Club of America Coppa di Platino award winner in 2008. 38,306 kilometers = 2
Ferrari Dino Additional Information Beautiful Ferrari Dino in stunning Le Mans Blue with Sabbia Interior with Daytona Seats. Original Dino wallet, handbook, spare parts catalogue and yellow jack. Fully restored both mechanically and bodily, you will not find a better car in this condition. Would be a perfect addition to any Ferrari collection.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 This beautiful Ferrari 246 Dino is one of only 272 UK-delivered cars completed in right hand drive and one of only 116 produced in the striking blue Azzurro Metallizzato colour. Constructed on 24 th January 1973, the Ferrari had been registered as PGX5L and delivered to its first owner, a Denise McCann of Sydney Street, London by 6 th March. It remained in London for less than a year before moving to Banbury in 1974 when it was acquired by a Mr Graham Morris who kept it for almost 4 years before selling it to a Mr Richard Colton in March 1978. The next move, in 1981, was to prove a significant one when it was acquired by Mr Martin Abbott who was to keep it for the next 23 years. During Mr Abbott’s ownership the car was carefully maintained and the meticulous mileage records, numerous invoices and other correspondence attest to the care that the car received during this time. With Mr Abbott’s advancing years the Ferrari moved, in 2004, to its most recent owner who commissioned a full body-off bare-metal professional restoration, during which time the car was returned to its highly attractive and original Azzurro Metallizzato colour scheme
This 1971 Ferrari 246 GT Dino is a very original California car that's been under the same ownership for the last 25 years. Blue with tan interior. For just $335,500
This 1972 Ferrari 246GT Coupe. Red with Tan interior. Car was owned by the same Gentleman since 1979. Excellent paperwork. Very desirable Euro model sold new in Italy. It has been sitting for the last 20 years in storage. Excellent original car needing cosmetics. For only $312,500
At the 1965 Paris Salon, Pininfarina exhibited a mid-engined prototype Berlinetta speciale known as the "Dino 206 S". After three more prototypes presented, production finally started in 1968 and ran until spring 1969 with 153 examples produced. Later in 1969, Ferrari started to produce the Dino 246 GT (and then the 246 GTS), until 1974, with more than 3912 cars made. Â Our car, a Ferrari Dino 206GT, chassis 00186, is the 44th of the 153 cars made by the factory. The car was first registered in Milano - Italy, on 28 October 1968. The car always stayed in Italy, with different owners, incluing 32 years (from 1982 - 2014) with the same gentleman, Mr. Salvatore dâAngelo. He sold the car in 2014 to an Italian car enthusiast. At some point during his ownership, he removed the original engine from the car, replacing it with an identical Fiat-Dino 2.0l engine. Â Today, the car is running very well, the âRosso Dinoâ paint is absolutely wonderful and the original engine is included with the car. Â The Dino 206GT is for sale with its Italian papers, FIA papers, passaporto tecnico and Massini report. Â Â
Every single mid-engined V8 Ferrari up to the new 488 GTB can be traced back to the 308 GT4. Bertone’s bold, angular car was the successor to Pininfarina’s svelte Ferrari Dino 246 GT, and with a transverse-mounted engine, the design allowed for a 2+2 seating layout. Ferrari’s Dino 308 GT4 is a wonderful car to drive, with a powerful and flexible 3.0-litre V8 and fully independent suspension, which allows for fast, relaxed and comfortable progress. The Ferrari was a smash hit with the motoring press at the time, with Motorsport magazine’s 1974 road test concluding: ‘This must be the car for which nearly every Dino 246GT owner has been waiting’. In Autosport magazine, John Bolster added, ‘It is delightful to drive and worthy of bearing that most famous name’. This particular Ferrari 308 GT4 is an outstanding example, finished in the rare combination of Verde Pino Metallizzato with the optional full leather interior in cream hide. The Ferrari was also ordered new with air-conditioning and a heated rear windscreen. The first owner of this 308 GT4 was the managing director of a London clothing company. He was adamant that he did not want a red Ferrari, so chose this superb green hue fro
One of the 235 officially imported GTS's from only 258 made.
Ferrari Dino 206SP Presenting the finest 206SP Dino replica with prominent racing history. Constructed to the absolute highest and most exacting standards by Bob Wilson and completed in 2001. Specification: 4 valve Dino single plug dry sump engine developing 250 hp @ 8000 rpm. Exceptional Shape Craft aluminium body. The 5 speed transaxle, uprights, Girling brakes, steering rack and pinion, instruments, lights, Koni suspension and 13 inch magnesium wheels are all original 206 SP Dino components. Provenance: 2001 Testing and development, Willie Green and David Piper 2001 Rockingham Historic Meeting: David Piper. 2001: Goodwood Revival, Whitsun Trophy, David Piper. 2001: Historic GP Chimay, Brynn Williams. 2002: Goodwood Revival: M. Berberich – Martini. 2003: Ollon Villars Historic Hill Climb: Brynn Williams 2004: International Historics, Killarny SA, David Piper. 2004 Aintree Historic Festival, B Williams. 2005 International Historics, Zwartzkopf SA, David Piper. 2005: International Historic, Philip Island AUS. Nick Adams. 2005: Vernasca Silver Flag, Italy. B Williams. 2006: Historic GP, Tunis. M. McGlone and demonstration by Nino Vaccarella. 2007: Masters Series, Brands Hatch. Nick
An Original 1 Owner from New UK Right Hand Drive in ‘Concours’ Condition from 1972. In it’s original & Rare ‘Bianco White’ and finished with Black Seats & Red Carpets. Has Matching Engine/Gearbox & Body Numbers as confirmed by Ferrari and not to be compared with other vehicles due to having the following untouched original components - Seats, Carpets, ‘Mouse Hair’ Dashboard, Headlining, Door Cards, Tool Kit (inc Jack, Chock & Bags) & Radiomobile 8-Track Stereo; Recently undergone light restoration - by renowned Ferrari specialists Foskers - to bring back to totally original cosmetic condition including an engine de-coke & full set of XWX Michelin Tyres.
1972 FERRARI DINO 246 GT RHD As Ferrari’s first production car to boast a V-6 engine and rear-mid engine placement, it can be argued that the Dino was the most important Ferrari ever produced to never sport a Ferrari badge (save for the prancing horse on its data tag). Nevertheless, there’s no doubt that this little Ferrari was near and dear to Enzo’s heart, as it was in part a tribute to his late son, Alfredo, or “Dino,” as he was known to his family. Educated as an engineer and with a passion for racing, Dino suggested to his father that Ferrari should consider utilizing V-6 engines in their racing cars. Sadly, Dino never lived to see his idea come to fruition, but there is no doubt that he would have been proud of the 246 Dino. The car offered here is an exceptional example, having seen considerable expenditure over a prolonged period, with much supporting documentation in the accompanying file. Beautifully presented in quintessential Ferrari red over a tan interior. Inspection, at the earliest possible opportunity, is highly recommended. Rarely do cars of this obvious quality come to the market and this one will surely be snapped up by the first knowledgeable enquirer.
1972 FERRARI DINO 246GT LEFT HAND DRIVE Many consider the Dino to be one of Ferrari’s greatest cars, not only for its looks but also for the wonderful driving experience it provides. The Dino helped Ferrari realize that rear-mid-engined cars were here to stay, and it spawned a wonderful series of cars that continues through today as Ferrari’s most popular line of sports cars. Beautifully restored, this Dino GT truly needs nothing and is ready to be enjoyed as Dino intended. Briefly, the technical specification is as follows; 195 hp, 2,418 cc DOHC V-6 engine with three Weber 40 DCN F/7 carburetors, five-speed manual transaxle, front and rear unequal-length A-arm suspension with coil springs and anti-roll bars, and four-wheel disc brakes. Wheelbase: 92.1 in. Our car, which is an E-series 246 GT Dino, was originally delivered to the United States. A recent recipient of a full restoration, the car presents beautifully in quintessential Ferrari red over a beige interior with Daytona-style seats and black contrasting inserts. The odometer currently shows 76,950 miles, which are believed to be original. Offered with a set of manuals, jack, and tool kit and accompanied by an extensive file that appears to chronicle a large portion of its life, containing service and restoration receipts, along with numerous photographs. Many consider the Dino to be one of Ferrari’s greatest cars, not only for its looks but also for the wonderful driving experience it provides. The Dino helped Ferrari realize that rear-mid-engined cars were here to stay, and it spawned a wonderful series of cars that continues through today as Ferrari’s most popular line of sports cars. Beautifully restored, this Dino GT truly needs nothing and is ready to be enjoyed.
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