Classics, passion for the past

1972 Ferrari 246-GT Dino

Body Coupe
Fuel type Petrol
Engine 2400 cc
Transmission Manual
Exterior Color Silver metallic
Interior Color Black
Upholstery Leather
Steering Lhd
Only two previous owners from new.
Matching Numbers & Matching Colours.

The vehicle is in excellent condition, still with its original black numberplates.
The vehicle underwent conservative restoration of the bodywork a few years ago.
The paintwork and chrome plating is still in perfect, gleaming condition; the bodywork and chassis is solid with no dents or signs of rust.
The interior is in perfect condition, still with its original components including seats and mats.
Provided with ignition key and second ignition key, tool kit, spare wheel, service booklet/warranty card, user handbook and maintenance manual.

Like on all our vehicles, this 246GT has had the following work performed, after careful and scrupulous checks by our mechanics:
* A complete service was performed, with the oil changed, oil, fuel and air filters replaced, new spark plugs, coolant, brake fluid and differential oil changed.
* The carburettors were overhauled.
* The fuel and coolant lines were checked, cleaned and replaced where necessary.
* Fuel pump and coolant pump replaced.
* Battery changed
* Brake system and suspension checked.

Produced as an update to the earlier 206 differing in a number of aspects including the more powerful engine (2.4 L compared to the earlier 2.0 L) and the bodywork (first in aluminium and later in sheet metal). The bodywork was created by Pininfarina designer Aldo Brovarone, while the engine was a derivation of the last racing power unit designed by Enzo Ferrari’s son Alfredo (nicknamed Dino), who died at a young age in 1956.
This is why Enzo Ferrari decided to name the marque “Dino”.
It is a 65° transverse V6, the first of this type of engine used by the Maranello-based Manufacturer, which had previously always favoured 12-cylinder lumps. For this reason it was considered a sort of “lesser” Ferrari, but its performance and handling were comparable with models with fractional engines, and it was a success with customers, leading to 2487 being built. The Dino became famous with time, thanks to its unmistakeable and timeless lines, which today make it a particularly popular choice with collectors.