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Dinos for Sale - valuation record

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1973 Dino (Ferrari) 246 GT Serial Number 05522 $144,500.00

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We are pleased to offer 1973 Ferrari 246 GT s/n 05522, a well-documented USA model 246 GT with only 46,220 total miles from new, a mere 1,000 miles a year. New in Ferrari red with black leather, A/C, P/W and Campagnolo wheels. Known ownership from new and in the Los Angeles area its entire life. Restored between 2000 and 2006 with a full engine and gearbox rebuild and a complete strip and paint. Comes with all service records and full documentation of the restoration work. Nicely sorted. Fitted with headlight covers from new.

This Ferrari Dino is in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition. Excellent body and panel fit. Excellent syncros, a strong engine, and everything working as it should. Light and nimble, the Ferrari Dino is one of the gold standards of the 1970s Enzo-era Ferraris. A joy to drive with all the right sounds, every trip to the corner store is like a warm up lap for Sebring. 246 GT s/n 05522 is equipped with air and power windows that work. A cosmetically and mechanically superb Ferrari with both owner’s handbooks. A great looking and driving Dino coupe that is priced right at $144,500.
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We are pleased to offer 1973 Ferrari 246 GT s/n 05522, a well-documented USA model 246 GT with only 46,220 total miles from new, a mere 1,000 miles a year. New in Ferrari red with black leather, A/C, P/W and Campagnolo wheels. Known ownership from new and in the Los Angeles area its entire life. Restored between 2000 and 2006 with a full engine and gearbox rebuild and a complete strip and paint. Comes with all service records and full documentation of the restoration work. Nicely sorted. Fitted with headlight covers from new.

This Ferrari Dino is in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition. Excellent body and panel fit. Excellent syncros, a strong engine, and everything working as it should. Light and nimble, the Ferrari Dino is one of the gold standards of the 1970s Enzo-era Ferraris. A joy to drive with all the right sounds, every trip to the corner store is like a warm up lap for Sebring. 246 GT s/n 05522 is equipped with air and power windows that work. A cosmetically and mechanically superb Ferrari with both owner’s handbooks. A great looking and driving Dino coupe that is priced right at $144,500.
Price dropped to $139k
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206gt 00306

Lots of added bodywork, engine and compartments look like they are heavily oversprayed



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61,918 miles

1969 Ferrari 206 GT
1 of approximately 150 original aluminum bodied cars built. Recently purchased from a doctor who has owned the car for over 20 years. Modified very early in its life, mechanically fine, runs and drives well, most everything works. Would make a great restoration project...
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1972 Dino (Ferrari) 246 GTS Serial Number 04180 $119,950

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We are pleased to offer 1972 Ferrari 246 GTS s/n 04180, a bargain priced Euro model 246 GTS with one long-term owner from 1983 to today. New in Fly yellow with power windows and still in Fly yellow today. Runs fine, drives well, good original syncros. Nice paint, good leather. Complete with the owner’s manual, a re-print of the factory workshop manual, the tool roll with a few tools, the jack and the jack bag. It also includes all ownership and service documents back to the early-80s.
In the early 1980s 246 GTS s/n 04180 was customized with 250 GTO style driving lights recessed into the nose panel, 250 GTO style recessed turn signals and nicely fitted covered headlights. The front bumpers were removed for a sleek look. The interior features a unique center console and an after-market steering wheel. The engine lid has a raised scoop to clear the large air cleaners. The rear body has been fitted with a 250 GTO style ducktail spoiler. Has no rust, excellent panel fit and no signs of any previous body damage or repairs.
246 GTS s/n 04180 is priced as a running-driving restoration project or a great entry-level Dino for the enthusiast who wants a unique Ferrari or a great priced Ferrari Dino to eventually do a restoration. This is the best priced ready-to-go 246 GTS on the market, priced right at $119,950 or best offer.
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Wow, who ever made these "enhancements" should be taken out and shot :-)

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1969 Ferrari 206 GT
1 of approximately 150 original aluminum bodied cars built. Recently purchased from a doctor who has owned the car for over 20 years. Modified very early in its life, mechanically fine, runs and drives well, most everything works. Would make a great restoration project...

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Sold for USD $116,306.00

Turns out is a rare 206, ex-Sam Posey with racing provenance
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Dino #07096, 54,960 miles on Ebay

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1973 Ferrari Dino GTS. Rosso Corsa with black interior. Daytona seats. Euro model. Serial #07096. 88K kilometers Purchased in 1973 in Italy and shipped to California. Complete ownership history with all four owners in California. Two large files of maintenance receipts and restoration receipts. Owners manuals, reproduction leather pouch, 246 GTS sales brochure, 246 GT sales brochure, Dino Chassis Service Manual, jack and jack bag. In 2009 this Dino was awarded a 3rd place class award at the Dana Point Concours de Elegance at The St. Regis Resort in Dana Point, California. In 2005 she was awarded a 3rd place class award at the Newport Beach Concours de Elegance. The class consisted of nine Dinos.
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That's a show car. Nice engine bay.
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Sold for USD $116,306.00

Turns out is a rare 206, ex-Sam Posey with racing provenance
Highly collectible!
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1974 Dino (Ferrari) 246 GTS Serial Number 07014 - non-factory Flares & Chairs added

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This 246 GTS has a well documented history since sold new by Crepaldi in Milano and has been in the US since 1977. Expertly updated to "Chairs and Flares" during the Ferrari boom of the late 1980s with the correct Factory fender flares and Daytona seats, and finished off with the correct and wider Campagnolo wheels. Nicely detailed red paint over very good tan leather Daytona seats with black inserts and excellent dark tan carpets. Good "mouse-fur" on the dash. Very nicely detailed engine compartment. Just serviced by Symbolic Service, pre-sale inspection done. Targa top repaired and repainted. All new front and rear upper and lower control or A-arm bushings, all new upper and lower Koni shock bushings, all new upper and lower ball joints, all new sway bar bushings. New fuel filter and fuel filter housing re-sealed. Transaxle flushed, new pan gasket and transaxle gear oil. New radiator cooling fan blade assembly and new fan motor. Radiator coolant flushed. New-old-stock steering wheel and seat belts. Console re-covered. Fuel filler door adjusted and trunk lid cable replaced. New door rubber seals. Engine oil heat-exchanger replaced. Four wheel suspension alignment. Total invoice $9,222.55. Invoice with pre-sale inspection on file.
Mechanically maintained and nicely detailed, this Dino is in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition. It runs great, looks great and drives equally as well. Good syncros, a strong engine and everything working as it should. Needs nothing. We welcome any mechanical or body inspection. Priced right and seriously for sale at $179,500 O.B.O.
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Highly collectible!
Still don't like the mods. I wouldn't be seen in it. Just sayin'.
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$270k not counting fees at Mecum Monterey Aug 2011

Mecum Auction - Top Ten Sales Results
No. 10: Lot S88
1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS
Barn Find with 2,910 miles
Sold for $270,000 Details »

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- Barn find with only 2,910 miles
- Original and unrestored
- Stored for over 30 years in a Texas storage facility
- Car has been cleaned and detailed since found
- Fuel and coolant lines cleaned and/or replaced
- Dual fuel tanks drained and cleaned
- Orignal carburetors and water pump have been rebuilt
- Sold new at Luigi Chinetti Motors
- Documentation includes buyers order, sales contract from Chinetti Motors, manuals
- Original toolkit
- An astonishing well preserved example








1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS Barn Find with 2,910 miles for sale by Mecum Auction

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One of the first Ferrari experts to inspect this barn-find 1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS described it without hesitation as “the finest original example on Earth.” In fact, with just 2,900 miles on the odometer after sitting in storage for over thirty years, the car shows barely a hint of the decades that have passed since it last saw the road and required very little to return it to perfect readiness.
Like the other two Italians in this barn-find trifecta, the Dino’s original tires and Koni shock absorbers needed replacements. In addition, the water pump required servicing and the coolant lines were replaced with stainless steel pieces; the dual fuel tanks have also been drained and cleaned, the crossover fuel lines replaced, and the carburetors rebuilt. Otherwise, the car looks and runs as if it left Chinetti’s dealership just yesterday.
The Dino’s Rosso Corsa paint is very good overall with some checking, and the Tan interior, which features Daytona-style bucket seats, has been described as “flawless.” All chrome is in excellent condition save for slight pitting in the left front bumper, probably the result of the car’s orientation in the corner of the storage building where it was found. The rubber is supple throughout, with the exception of the lift-off roof panel sealing strips, which will soon give way to correct replacements.
Citing some of the details that reveal a car’s secrets to the practiced eye, the cadmium- and zinc-plated components show none of the deterioration that normally happens over time, and the nylon ties used to secure undercarriage lines and hoses, normally yellowed and dried out over the years, are still fresh and white, looking like they were just installed.
Unlike most barn finds, the Dino also holds a treasure trove of documentation in the form of the original buyer’s order and sales contract from Luigi Chinetti Motors, Inc., complete manuals, the original dusting cloth and the complete original toolkit, all in an astonishingly well-preserved example, the likes of which we may never see again.
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Very surprised at the $270K you just posted. After 30 years of not being started it will need some work. Sure the exterior is flawless as well as the interior, but $100K - $130K over what the majority are selling for?
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All that work was done prior to being auctioned. Looks like someone bought a correctly valued time capsule. I also see what looks to be a black Daytona and a silver Maserati Bora in that find. Wonder what happened to those cars?

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1974 FERRARI 246 GTS "CHAIRS & FLARES" DINO

--Rosso Corsa with Black Daytona Seats and Black carpeting, 17,000 miles from new!, Documented factory "chairs and flares" option car, factory A/C and power windows.
This Chairs and Flares Dino has full history by Massini to document both its ownership as well as original 17,000 miles.
This 17,000 mile Dino has been enthusiastically and properly owned throughout it life to date. It has recently had a full engine rebuild by an authorized Ferrari dealer.
This Dino comes with factory books, pouch, factory tools, jack, service records and ownership history.

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Asking $300k but the tool kit is wrong
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Asking $329k and SOLD
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These cars are climbing in price
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Why are we talking about prices of the $300K range for Dino 246 GTS ????
Have they gone up in price that much????

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Why are we talking about prices of the $300K range for Dino 246 GTS ????
Have they gone up in price that much????
Two sold in Moneterey 8/2012 for over $300k USD with a Chairs & Flares car selling at $373k USD

So, yes they have risen ti a high level
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