1971 Ferrari Dino 246 GT, Ferrari certified
1969 till 1974
KW 143 (PS 194)
– Ferrari certified –
differential taxation according § 25a sales tax act
About the car
The Dino 246 is a sports car made by the Italian car manufacturer Ferrari between 1969 and 1974. Pininfarina designed the bodywork.
Since the car had a V6 engine instead of the customary Ferrari twelve-cylinder engine, it was sold not as a Ferrari but under the "Dino" brand, which is named after the nickname of Enzo Ferrari's son, Alfredo Ferrari.
In original condition, a Dino bears neither the Ferrari logo nor the Ferrari lettering. The Dino has its own emblem which shows the name "Dino" in blue writing on a yellow background.
The vehicle was fully restored in 2014/2015 and was painted in the rare original "Giallo Dino" delivery colour.