Classics, passion for the past

1970 Fiat Dino 2000 Spider

Body Convertible
Odometer 3030
Fuel type Petrol
Engine 2000 cc
Transmission Manual
Exterior Color Green
Interior Color Brown
Upholstery Vinyl
Steering Lhd
VIN 0001041
The Fiat Dino was a Fiat car produced from 1966 to 1973. The Dino name refers to the Ferrari Dino V6 engine. This engine was produced by Fiat for Formula 2 Ferrari racing cars. Due to new rules, F2 engines were no longer allowed to have more than 6 cylinders. Besides this, the new rules required also that 500 examples were produced within 12 months. Because Ferrari was too small to produce 500 engines in such a short amount of time, Ferrari and Fiat came to an agreement: Fiat would produce the 500 engines.

The new V6 engine, build by Fiat, was installed in two different cars: the Fiat Dino, a front-engined grand tourer assembled in Turin by Fiat, and in Ferrari's mid-engined sports car, built in Maranello and sold under the new Dino brand.

Car description;

In October 1966, the Fiat Dino was introduced as a 2-seater Spider (convertible) at the Turin Motor Show. The Fiat Dino Spider was designed and manufactured for Fiat by Pininfarina. The car has a wood-rimmed steering wheel as well as a wood trim on the dashboard.