Variant: 246 GT Rosso Corsa with Nero Leather Interior, Rosso Carpets, 14” Chromodora Magnesium Alloys, Daytona Seats, Electric Windows and Becker Europa Stereo. Including the registration number 246 ERO (EROS being the god of Desire). Unlike many Dino, this car has always resided in the UK and therefore has a very full and interesting history file that accompanies it. Originally finished in Marrone Metallic, 246 ERO has recently undergone (2011/2012) a complete “ground up” and “bare metal” restoration with renowned restorers Foskers of Brands Hatch and has been subsequently maintained and Classiche Certified with Meridien Modena. Ferrari CLASSICHE Department have certified this car is matching numbers in relation to the original paperwork from Maranello. Also correctly DOES NOT feature a Ferrari badge anywhere.
Specifications Year: July 1972 Chassis number: 04584 Exterior color: Blu Dino Metallizzato Interior color: Beige Mileage: 500km – 311 Miles - Fully restored Engine displacement: 2419cm3 Hp: 195 hp Gearbox: Manual History Dino 246 GT/E Vehicle fully restored. Pending Ferrari Classiche certification. Matching colors, matching numbers. Delivered new in July 1972 by Charles Pozzi establishments in France. Nice configuration Blu Dino Metallizzato / Beige. Important pictures file and invoices included with the car. Warranty The vehicle will be sold revised and guaranteed 3 months or 5000 Km Price 475 000 Euros Ad link http://www.jeanlainvintage.com/vehicule/12396-ferrari-dino-246-gt/ Find us and contact us Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / +334 79 88 66 36 – Jérôme Millias +337 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans France firstname.lastname@example.org http://jeanlainvintage.com/ Opening hours From Monday to Friday, 8am to 12am and 2pm to 7pm Saturday and Sunday on appointment only
Dino was a marque Ferrari introduced in 1968, it was their attempt to offer more affordable and light weight cars, with smaller mid-engine configurations, capable of taking on cars like the popular Porsche 911. They continued to build cars under the Dino marque until 1976, when “Dino” was retired in favor of full Ferrari branding. The Dino models used Ferrari’s racing name scheme of displacement and cylinder count, with two digits for the size of the engine and the third digit to represent the number of cylinders. The name “Dino” was chosen to honor Ferrari’s founder late son, Alfredo “Dino” Ferrari. Dino had designed the V6 engine, that ultimately was used in the car, after persuading his father to built a line of racings cars with V6 and V8 engines in the 1950s. Although a mid-engine layout was common in the world of car racing at the time, adapting it to a production car was quite daring. Such a design placed more of the car's weight over the driven wheels, and allowed for a streamlined nose, but led to a cramped passenger compartment and more challenging handling. Lamborghini created a stir in 1966 with its mid-engined Miura, but Enzo Ferrari felt a mid-engine Ferrari would be
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
Type: Used Year: 1972 Make: Ferrari Model: Dino 246GT Body: Coupe Trans: 5-Speed Manual Stock 72246GT Vin: 03236
Order number-0114 was placed on the Wednesday 1st November 1972 with Maranello Concessionaires Ltd by the South West Ferrari and Dino dealers, Dick Lovett for a 246 GTS finished in marrone Dino metallizato 106-M-73 (one of 215 246's so finished)with beige 430 trim with beige carpets and electric windows, in turn Maranello Concessionaires Ltd placed the order -D/380 with the factory the same day for January 1973 production. which was acknowledged two weeks later. The car was completed and invoiced by the factory on the 13th February 1973 for delivery to Maranello Concessionaires Ltd by truck. In turn Dick Lovett were invoiced for the car by Maranello Concessionaires Ltd on Monday 2nd April 1973.First registered on Tuesday 17th April 1973 to a 29 year old dentist and latterly successful national British rally driver, Mr Malcolm Patrick. Mr Patrick apparently resisted Peter Lovett's best efforts to sell him a 365 GTB/4 Daytona instead! The list price was £5605.81 plus metallic paint £114.79 plus delivery charges number plates and road tax. During Mr Patricks ownership, the car, it was maintained by Tony Jones of AVJ Developments in Pershore, Worcestershire. (AVJ were appointed officia
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.
This fantastic Dino is completely restored for and under supervision of Matthias Bartz, author of Dino Compendium aka the Dino Bible. It was one of the cars from his own collection, and used as guideline for originality in the M-series section in the Compendium. It is of course full matching nrs and colours, and looks fabulous in Verde Germoglio (only 69 examples ever made in this colour). This Dino has the Ferrari Classiche certification, and comes with a huge file full of restoration invoices. Also the original manual and servicebook are still with the car, as well as all tools. This is probably one of the most interesting and collectable Dino's in the world, and one of the best looking as well in this gorgeous colour scheme. Not really discrete but definitely a colour that suits the magnificent Dino very well.
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. 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 d’Angelo. 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. Today, the car is running very well, the ’Rosso Dino’ paint is absolutely wonderful and the original engine is included with the car. The Dino 206GT is for sale with its Italian papers, FIA papers, passaporto tecnico and Massini report.
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.