We are proud to offer the Ferrari Dino 246 GTS. According to our research chassis no. 08070 finished assembly during April 1974, and was desirably equipped with air-conditioning, power windows, leather upholstery and Cromodora alloy wheels. Perhaps more importantly, the 246 GTS was finished in Viola Dino Metalizzato paint, a rare original factory colour that has been applied to as few as 31 Dino GT/S's. A more detailed research brought the result that only seven 246 GTS delivered in the US and just only one delivered as a European version had been produced as LHD in this colour. Distributed for retail to William Harrah's well-known Modern Classic Motors in Reno, Nevada, this Ferrari was most likely originally purchased by a West Coast owner. As by 1980 it was in the possession of Dave Aase of Anaheim, California. In 1982 Mr. Aase sold the GTS to Steve Mettler of nearby Huntington Beach. And four years later, the car had accrued only 16 000 mls. Painted red around this time, 08070 was bought in early 1996 by Mike Liphtay, also of California. Mr. Liphtay relocated to Florida and sold it not long after to an East Coast.based collector. In early 2011 the Dino GTS was acquired by one of
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