- In perfect condition
- Restored as per the rules of the art, preserving the most original features
- Belong since 1978 to former racing driver Patrick Perrier
Originally scheduled for the Italian market, this car was finally registered for the first time in Paris on the 11th July 1973. It comes in the very elegant shade Argento Auteuil Matallizzato (106-E-1) with optional air conditioning.
Five years later, as it can be seen on the Pozzi order dated from the 8th June 1978, it became the property of Patrick Perrier. At only 30 years old, he is already a talented racing driver on single-seater and prototype with one participation in the famous Le Mans 24 Hours race in 1977. Then he took part in Le Mans 24 Hours in 1979, 1980 and 1980. We found pictures of this car inside Le Mans paddock, alongside the Lola T298 with which Patrick Perrier took part in the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1980.
Fully restored from the hull upwards, the car currently shows 60,862 km. It was Patrick Perrier who was himself responsible for overseeing all the work on the car, giving the body to be done by his former workshop manager, who was still active. Aesthetically, the car is impeccable: the alignments are perfect, the paint quality excellent and the chrome is like new. Inside the original black upholstery, the dash board and carpets seem like completely new.
All the mechanical parts, the engine and the gearbox have been completely redone. The running gear, shock absorbers, wishbones, brakes and shock mounts have been changed. The electric beams were also redone. The general shape is just stunning. Perfectly prepared, this wonderful Ferrari Dino 246 GT is all perfection and timeless elegance.
This car has its maintenance manual, its spare parts catalog and the period warranty manual, all of which will be delivered to the new owner, along with its jack and its original toolkit.