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Ferrari Dino 246 Dino 246 GT 1971

General description : Dino 246 GT Typ M

Baujahr: 1971

Leder: beige/ Teppich: schwarz


- 5-Gang Getriebe
- Scheibenbremsen
- Alufelgen


- elektrische Fensterheber
- Daytona Sitze - Leder beige, rot abgesetzt
- Armaturenkonsole kompl. Leder schwarz

Das Fahrzeug wurde vom letzten Besitzer 1996 von Ferrari Eberlein in Kassel erworben.

Die Eberlein Historie besagt das dass Fahrzeug zuvor in der Schweiz Restauriert wurde.

In 2016 wurden bei Eberlein rund 10.000€ in die Erhaltung investiert.

Das Fahrzeug wurde in unserer hauseigenen Fahrzeugaufbereitung poliert und Innen aufbereitet.

Der Verkauf erfolgt inkl. TÜV & AU Abnahme.

Das Fahrzeug befindet sich in einem einwandfreien Zustand und kann gerne in Gütersloh besichtigt werden.

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Irrtümer und Zwischenverkauf vorbehalten.

Fahrzeug unterliegt der Differenzbesteuerung nach § 25a.

Fahrzeug #375

1971 Ferrari Dino 246 Dino 246 GT is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Langer Weg 33DE-33332 Gütersloh by Pannhorst GmbH for €355000.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : Dino 246 Model Version : Dino 246 GT Engine size : 2.4 Model Year : 1971 Sub type : Coupé Location : Langer Weg 33DE-33332 Gütersloh Vehicle Registration : Undefined

355000 €

Seller Information

Pannhorst GmbH

Pannhorst GmbH
+49 (0)5241 504916180
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