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Ferrari Dino 246 1973

General description : The Dino range of sports cars was named in honour of Enzo Ferrari's son, Alfredino, who designed a dual overhead-camshaft V6 engine for both road and racing use before tragically passing away at the age of 24.The 206GT was the first model to be introduced in 1967, proving that Ferrari could compete with the likes of Porsche by producing a car in the more budget end of the sports car spectrum. The 206 featured a 2.0 litre transverse-mounted V6 engine capable of producing 160bhp at the 8,000rpm redline.After 150 206s were produced, the updated 246 GT and GTS were introduced, boasting a bigger and more powerful 2.4 litre engine, which produced almost 200bhp and powered the Dino onto a top speed of 148mph. This power was sent to the rear wheels through a 5-speed all-synchromesh manual gearbox. The Dino's 2.4 litre V6 was used in several other Italian sports cars after its application in the 246, most notably the Lancia Stratos rally car.Weighing only 1,080kg, the perfect weight distribution of the Dino thanks to its Rear-Mid-Engine layout was one of the defining features of the car, one of the all-time great handing Ferraris, on top of being one of the most beautiful.The car we are pleased to offer is a LHD example that was delivered new in January 1973 to German Concessionaire Auto Becker. It was born Azzuro Dino over Nero but sits today wearing the iconic Rosso over Pelle Beige colourway. The car was fully restored in 2010 by Joe Macari Classics and has been dry stored since. It has also been awarded red book Classiche Certification from the Ferrari factory, confirming its matching numbers engine and gearbox. The Dino is a staple of any Ferrari collection and is a car that every enthusiast should experience at least once in their lifetime. 

Car Make/Model : Ferrari Dino 246 GT
Mileage : 49,000
Summary : 246 GT finished in Rosso over Beige. Classiche Certified and Matching Numbers. 

1973 Ferrari Dino 246 is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in London by Joe macari - performance cars ltd for €299950.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : Dino 246 Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1973 Sub type : Convertible Location : 249-251 Merton Road, London, SW18 5EB, United Kingdom Vehicle Registration : Undefined

299950 €

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