Ferrari Dino 246 GT
First Registration 1973, Ferrari Dino 246 GT, Coupé
Since 1983 same pre-owner
Swiss Road Registration with „Veteran“ entry
The Ferrari Dino 246 GT was an evolution of the Dino 206 GT with a bigger V6 engine and a 60mm longer wheelbase. Apart from the car length, the longer bonnet and the fuel filler cap cover, the two cars were almost identical. This sports car was a great success and three series were built between 1969 and 1974. Production ended at the beginning of 1974 when market demand was still high. There was never a truly comparable successor and only now has the breathtakingly beautiful and feminine design and shape of the Dino 246 GT been revived in the shape of the Ferrari 296 GTB with V6 hybrid.
In 1971, the German car magazine “auto motor und sport” wrote the following lines in a comprehensive test report:
“To whizz along the streets in a racing car-like vehicle in close touch with the ground, where the roads are crowded with middle-class family cars and heavy trucks, is a pleasure that not all the world understands.”
The recorded performance reached fabulous figures for a 195hp sports car: From zero to one hundred in only 7.4 seconds and a top speed of 238.4 kilometres per hour!
This Ferrari had been in the same ownership since 1983 and was now thoroughly inspected by our specialist workshop and the mechanics were comprehensively reworked. In the process, the entire chassis with the brakes was disassembled, rebuilt and refurbished with many new parts. The engine also underwent extensive maintenance. This Dino 246 GT is in a stunningly beautiful and outstanding condition. A milestone and an icon of sports car design that should not be missing from any car collection!
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