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Having sold and owned classic cars for more than twenty years, we decided to combine these and now we are proud to present the best cars from our stock:
Like this incredible Dino 246!
These sports cars were manufactured from 1969 to 1974 by the Italian car manufacturer Ferrari. The body was designed by Aldo Brovarone for Pininfarina. Because the car has a V6 engine instead of the twelve cylinder engine typical for Ferrari, it was not sold as a Ferrari but under the brand name 'Dino', which is named after Enzo Ferrari's son, Alfredo Ferrari. A Dino in its original condition bears neither the Ferrari logo nor the Ferrari lettering. The Dino has its own emblem; the name Dino in blue lettering on a yellow background. The Dino 246 was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in the spring of 1969, as the successor to the Dino 206 GT, the first mid-engined production car to be produced by Ferrari. The 246 designation refers to the engine's 2. 4 litres capacity and its six cylinders. The Dino 246 is differentiated from the Dino 206 GT by the flap which covers the fuel cap on the left C-pillar. The wheelbase increased from 2280 to 2340 mm. While the body of the Dino 206 GT was made entirely of aluminium, the 246 bodies were made of steel. Only the hoods and doors of the first 246 series (L series) were still made of aluminium. The 65¡ V6 engine, produced by Fiat, now had a cast iron engine block instead of an aluminium and grew from 1987 ccm to 2418 ccm by increasing the size of the bore and stroke. In 1970 , the Rudge wheel locks were abandoned in favour of five wheel bolts. The Dino 246 was built in three different series which differ mainly in modifications to the gearbox. Within these series, there were different basic variants for Europe, the USA and Great Britain. The series 3 or E (tipo 607 E) had the chassis numbers 02132 to 08518 GT/ GTS, and were built from 1971 to 1974. 1, 868 Dino GTs (source: Wikipedia) were produced up to 1974. The Dino 246 GT offered here, from 1971, has a Classic Analytics certificate from 2018 certifying the condition as grade 2+.
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We are located in south Germany - near Munich:
With a large stock of British, Italian, French and German classic and collectible cars.
It would be a great pleasure for us to welcome you here!
Weekly delivery to UK.
We speak English.
Parlons nous le francais.
... und natürlich sprechen wir auch Deutsch und vor allem Bayrisch
For sale: used and original boot lid for Ferrari Dino 246. Sold as it is. 1050€ (vat excluded) 1.281€ (vat included)
- 26th Aug 2021
For sale: engine bay cover for Ferrari Dino 246, used and original, sold as it is. 2.450€ (vat excluded) 2.989€ (vat included)
- 5th Sep 2021
1973 FERRARI DINO 246 GT RIGHT HAND DRIVE BY SCAGLIETTI DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 1973 | COLOUR: RED | INTERIOR TRIM: BLACK LEATHER | PRICE: POA WE ARE DELIGHTED TO OFFER THIS EXCEPTIONAL FERRARI 246 GT COUPE ICONIC V6-ENGINED DINO, ONE OF THE FINAL "E" SERIES, MATCHING NUMBERS, SINGLE-FAMILY OWNERSHIP FOR OVER 35 YEARS ...
- 7th Sep 2021
FERRARI DINO 246 GT – 1972 COD. RDS00038 The Dino 246 was produced as an evolution of the previous 206 from which it differed in some respects, such as the engine, increased to 2.4L compared to the previous 2.0L and the bodywork, first in aluminum and then in sheet metal. The bodywork was conceived by the Pininfarina ...
- 6th Sep 2021
Ferrari’s iconic Dino was first shown to the world as a prototype at the 1965 Paris Motor Show. The car morphed into the 206GT of which only 150 cars were built from 1967 to 1969. This car was built with an all alloy body and had a 1987cc V6 engine. In 1969 the 246GT was released, which whilst a similar looking car in ...
- 10th Aug 2021
1973 Dino 246 GTS 75,500 miles. Finished in rosso chiaro with pelle beige leather. Ordered new from Maranello Sales on 14th June 1973 by a Mr Douglas of Wellingborough, who took delivery on 1st December that year. The first service was carried out soon after on 10th January 1974. Mr Douglas retained the car for ...
- 10th Sep 2021
Ferrari Dino 246 GT, order No. 5789 was ordered new via UK importer, Maranello Concessionaires for their dealer, HR Owen of London on May 1st 1973 and supplied in Verde Pino Metallizzato (106-G-30) with Beige plastica (430) and black carpets. The cars extras also included electric windows and metallic paint, confirmed ...
- 27th Jul 2021
- Nur zwei 246 GT wurden in dieser Farbe produziert - Matching numbers and colours - Ferrari Classiche Zertifikat Beschreibung: Einer von nur 2 in dieser Farbe ausgelieferten Dino. Deutsches Auto, immer nur in Deutschland zugelassen. Matching numbers und colours. Ex Fahrzeug des Verfassers des Dino Compendium. ...
- 6th Aug 2021
Stunningly Original 1972 Ferrari 246GT Dino: Extremely Low 18k Mile Example Offered with Ferrari Classiche, Books, and Tools This 1972 Ferrari 246GT is a stunningly original example and possibly one of the lowest mileage examples in existence with just 18k miles from new. Nocciola Metallizzato with Pelle Beige ...
- 21st Sep 2021
- United States of America
WE ARE DELIGHTED TO OFFER THIS EXCEPTIONAL FERRARI 246 GT COUPE ICONIC V6-ENGINED DINO, ONE OF THE FINAL "E" SERIES, MATCHING NUMBERS, SINGLE-FAMILY OWNERSHIP FOR OVER 35 YEARS WITH EXCEPTIONAL EARLY HISTORY DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 1973 | COLOUR: RED | INTERIOR TRIM: BLACK LEATHER MODEL HISTORY & PRODUCTION The 246 ...
- 16th Sep 2021
Finished in deep metallic blue with full black hide. The engine was rebuilt 6,000 miles ago by the respected marque specialist, Steve Moody of SMDG with high compression pistons, "fast road "camshafts larger exhaust and inlet valves this lifting the power and increasing the torque. The gearbox, suspension and brakes were ...
- 10th Sep 2021
1973 M Dino 246GT finished in Rosso chiaro with black leather and red carpets. 4 owners from new, with total and comprehensive history from new , with all relevant paperwork, very littlle mileage since comprehensive restoration and mechanical rebuild.....original warranty card Just serviced and MOT'd New Michelin ...
- 21st Sep 2021
Chassis no: 04590 was ordered from Maranello Concessionaires by Alan Brown Racing of Bramley Surrey on 9th May 1972 in Giallo Fly with black interior. Confirmed by the factory as order no. D/250 on 13th June 1972 and invoiced on 18th July in the sum of Lire 4,033,500 "free Italian border". Alan Brown Racing were invoiced ...
- 17th Sep 2021
1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS RHD This exceptional Dino is one of just 258 produced in RHD and is an original UK delivered car. Manufactured in 1973, it was ordered by Maranello Concessionaires and shipped to its first owner, a Mr J Le Coutre of London in July where it stayed for the next few years until it was acquired ...
- 23rd Sep 2021
We have my fully restored Ferrari Dino 246GT This has a factory Ferrari classiche certificate Large history file - has to be seen to be believed! Full service history Vehicle V5 is registered in my name at my home address You will not find any better condition cars for the ages & mileages & many were viewed prior ...
- 11th Sep 2021
- West Midlands