1973 Ferrari 246
Convertible Car for sale in staten island, New York 10306
Staten Island, NY
One European's experience at Bonneville's famous SpeedWeek. More than 800 miles of endless vistas, winding canyons and blistering temperatures is a big challenge for any car, let alone a small hot hatchback that
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1973 Ferrari 246 $379,000
1972 FERRARI 246 GTS
I have owned this car for over 25 years and as I get older the car sees less use and deserves to be in the hands of a more proactive and ambitious owner. The car has great bones and will make someone very happy.
--Marrone Dino Metallizzato with Beige Leather interior and Beige carpeting, 24,000 ORIGINAL MILES, 5-speed gearbox, 2.4 Liter V6, Owner's manual, Instruction booklet and Factory wheel chock. Car is in all original condition with only new leather interior. Targa type roof.
Pininfarina-designed coachwork, built by Scaglietti, the Dino first debuted as a design concept, known as the 206 S Speciale at The Geneva Motor Show in March, 1965. Several years later, it entered series production with the 206-specification, two-liter engine. After a short run of 150 cars, the 206 GT was updated in 1969 with a larger 2.4-liter motor, which was a displacement that remained unchanged until the Dinos discontinuation in 1974, ending with the equally spectacular 246 GTS. The Dino demonstrated impressive balance during tight handling, thanks to its near-even weight distribution, which was a dividend of the race-proven rear-mid engine placemenT.
Restoration work was undertaken when and where needed throughout its life.it is the original color, Marrone Dino Metallizzato (one of only 210 Dinos painted in this livery).
An exceptionally rare find in today's market, this is an excellent investment grade Dino that not only has low original miles and limited ownership history from new, but one that has also been cared for, serviced properly and is ready for show or touring pleasure and general enjoyment of ownership
1973 Ferrari 246 Specifications
Classic Car ID100976301
Trim Body Style
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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