1973 Ferrari 246 Dino
Our Price: SOLD
|Exterior Color||Rosso Corsa|
|Engine:||2.4L 6 cylinder|
|VIN:||SERIAL NO 6100|
Description1973 Ferrari 246 Dino GT - The Ferrari that's not a Ferrari. This is the only 6 cylinder road-going production vehicle to be produced by Ferrari. In fact, Enzo Ferrari felt that it was not worthy to carry the Ferrari name since it had such a small engine and so he named it "Dino" after his late-son who helped design the engine. As a result, this vehicle actually has no Ferrari badging on it anywhere. The name 246 is carried over from Ferrari naming methods by refering to the engine size. In this case it means 2.4 liter 6 cyclinder. In the last few years, the Dino has truly become a collector's car and highly sought after. Their values have been on a continuous upward trend.
This particular 246 Dino GT Serial No. 6100 is a beautiful example of automotive history and would fit very nicely into anyone's Ferrari collection. This is a European spec car that has spent most of its life in the U.S.. The odometer reads 73,791 kilometers which is equivalent 45,964 miles however it has undergone a complete frame-up restoration in North Carolina back around 2005 and does not show any of those travels. The car has barely been driven since the restoration and still looks great.
Although not photographed, this car does have the owner's pouch with all the books and it does have the tool jacket with jack and tire iron.
Full documentation for the restoration is still being gathered and will be shared once it all collected.
As the pictures indicate, this car is currently on the original Cromodora wheels. For additional purchase, the optional Campagnolo wheels are available and already mounted to tires for easy installation.