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Chassis no. 12174
Engine no. F106 C 000505 First registered in May 1976, subsequently re-registered in Pavia and finally, in 1990, in Genoa. It has effectively had three owners, although it has been registered under six different ownerships (3 private users and 3 traders).
Quite a rare car, being one of only 840 vehicles built, largely for the Italian market.
“Rosso Dino 20-R-350”, a very rare choice for this model.
Interiors in light beige faux leather and fabric, and are excellently preserved.
Still equipped with its original engine and transmission.
Very well preserved car, which has never been restored. The bodywork just received a light refresh in the early 1990s. Overall, the vehicle looks in great shape, both externally and internally. It still has its original Dino logo on the front.
It has been serviced and maintained correctly; in the past three years, in addition to minor adjustments, several jobs have been carried out, at an average cost of around 1,500 euros/year: replacement of the drive belts and overhaul of the braking system and brake calipers of the carburetors and of  the ignition system.
With a trouble-free existence, having been well kept by careful and passionate owners. 
This is the last Ferrari model designed by Bertone, to be manufactured in series. It has very square lines, very typical of the 1970s, which are perhaps more appreciated now than they were at the time. Its 2+2 configuration makes it ideal for trips out with friends or family. 
Its two-liter V8 engine delivers 170 HP, more than enough to guarantee a lively performance as well as the unmistakable sound of the Ferrari V8 with carburetors.