1974 Ferrari 246 'Dino'246 GTS - Classiche - Belgian Delivery
Year of manufacture9/1974
Mileage71 133 km / 44 200 mi
Car typeConvertible / Roadster
Exterior brand colourRosso
Interior brand colourBeige
Performance196 BHP / 199 PS / 147 kW
Transmission: 5 gears, Manual gearbox
Drive: Rear wheel drive
Number of cylinders: 6
Engine capacity: 2.400 cc
Ferrari Dino 246 GTS
1 of 1,274 GTS produced
Chassis number 07356
Engine number 135 CS 000 *0011385*
Gearbox number 2431E
Original colors: Rosso Chiaro (Red) with Beige 430 interior
Current colors: Rosso Chiaro (Red) with Pelle Nera (Black) leather interior
Engine: Naturally-aspirated V6 2400cc with 195hp @7600rpm
5-speed manual gearbox
Front brakes: ventilated disc; rear brakes: ventilated disc
Our Dino GTS
Original Belgian delivery at Garage Francorchamps SA - Brussels in July 1974.
Complete restoration carried out in 2012, photo album of restoration available, done by GipiMotors and with top restorer in Italy.
Ferrari Classiche certifications (Red Book) obtained in August 2012.
Perfect car ready to be enjoyed by it's new owner.
Dino general history
Last year marks the half centenary of the Ferrari Dino 246 GTS, unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show back in 1972.
Considered to be one of the most beautiful road-going Ferraris ever created, the Dino 246 GTS was the targa-topped cousin of the 246 GT, itself the more powerful successor to the 206 GT.
It was a delight from all angles and its combination of beauty, handling, V6 engine note, mid-engined layout, unusually good all-round visibility and comparative affordability made it irresistible.
Enzo Ferrari envisaged the Dino to be a rival to Porsche’s new 911 and was a real statement from the Italian marque in terms of concept and design, after only building front-engined V12 sports cars previously.
The Dino has the distinction of being one of the few Ferraris not to carry a Prancing Horse badge: the sub-brand was created to offer relatively low-cost sports cars with engines smaller than 12 cylinders.
It was named in honour of Enzo’s late son Alfredo ‘Dino’ Ferrari, who was credited with the design for the original V6 engine used in the Formula 2 cars.
Alfredino’s own signature formed the basis of the Dino badge. More than 3,700 were produced in both GT berlinetta and GTS spider configurations, a testament to its widespread appeal.
Documents with the car
Certificate of conformity
Belgium road registration
Ferrari Classiche - Certificato di autenticità
Photo album of the restoration
More details available on request.
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