1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS

VIN #: 4878

Mileage: 28,497

Transmission: 5-speed Manual

Drivetrain: RWD

Exterior Color: Red

Interior Color: Black

Build Date: October 1972

 

Price: Please inquire

About

As Ferrari’s first production car to boast a V-6 engine and rear-mid engine placement, it can be argued that the Dino was the most important Ferrari ever produced to never sport a Ferrari badge (save for the prancing horse on its data tag). Nevertheless, there’s no doubt that this little Ferrari was near and dear to Enzo’s heart, as it was in part a tribute to his late son, Alfredo, or “Dino,” as he was known to his family. Educated as an engineer and with a passion for racing, Dino suggested to his father that Ferrari should consider utilizing V-6 engines in their racing cars. Sadly, Dino never lived to see his idea come to fruition, but there is no doubt that he would have been proud of the 206 and 246 Dinos, as well as their 206 S and SP prototype forbearers.​

This mint condition Ferrari Dino 246 GTS was owned by the former president of the Ferrari Club of America for ten years and still retains its technical inspection pass sticker from a Ferrari Challenge Rally the car participated in over ten years ago.

 

This 246 GTS features steel coachwork, a cast iron 2.4-liter V-6 DOHC with three Weber 40 DCN F/7 carburetors that produce 180 hp, Targa-style removable roof for those who are seeking open-air thrills, as well as electric windows and a Blaupunkt Radio.

 

 

Financing & Leasing is available on this vehicle, for more details please visit our financing & leasing page here.

For more information or inquiries about this vehicle, please call: (203)335-9555 

 

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