Registered in Florence in 1968, it still has number plates and logbook of the province of Alessandria of 1971. Currently cancelled from circulation, but ready to be re-registered. It comes with the very rare pre-delivery postcard from the Florence dealership that delivered the Dino to its first owner, which shows that the engine is still the original one.
A wonderful “barn find”, extremely healthy bodywork, only a few surface rust spots and a dent on the bonnet can be seen. Perfect undercarriage. It is currently red, but the inside of the door suggests that the original colour was most likely Dark Navy Blue. Black interior in very good condition, and the standard steering wheel. The car is complete with the exception of a few details: a first analysis shows that the rear bench seat, the rear headlight covers, the central button on the steering wheel, the wheel hub covers and the front position lights are missing.
Mechanically complete with everything and matching number plates. The engine is not blocked, but the car has been sitting in a dry place for several years and therefore needs a full check-up to get it going again. MOT no longer valid.
A rare model, only 3,670 examples built, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro for Bertone Coachbuilders. Thanks to its completeness and the condition of the bodywork, it lends itself for an excellent restoration. This is a unique opportunity to acquire one of the last unrestored Fiat Dino Coupés.
The car must be collected from the province of Alessandria.