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Ferrari Dino 246 GT L-Serie 1969

General description : Der Ferrari Dino 246 GT L-Serie, der auch schon in der 70er-Jahre-Kultserie „Die Zwei“ für Furore sorgte, garantiert auch noch heute Stil und Fahrspaß auf höchstem Niveau!

Die L-Serie wurde in einer nur sehr geringen Auflage produziert. Im Vergleich zu seinem Vorgänger kam dieser mit einem etwas breiteren Radstand und einer längeren Karosserie daher. Einfach gesagt: Alles etwas größer und besser.

Der hier angebotene Ferrari Dino 246 GT L-Serie befindet sich in einem sehr guten Zustand. Optisch brilliert er in einem kräftigen dunkelblau und strahlt Innen mit einer wunderschönen creméfarbenen Lederausstattung.

Mit einem Ferrari Dino 246 GT L-Serie sind Sie weltweit auf Rallyes und Oldtimerschauen ein sehr gern gesehener Gast.

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1969 Ferrari Dino 246 GT L-Serie is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Thomas-Mann-Str. 16DE-01219 Dresden by Sachsen-Veteran for €369000.

 

Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : Dino 246 Model Version : GT L-Serie Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1969 Sub type : Coupé Location : Thomas-Mann-Str. 16DE-01219 Dresden Vehicle Registration : Undefined

369000 €

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+49 (0)173 1606931
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