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I hope who bought it removed those mods...looks gauche for me.
The car has been bought by a well known German collector and is being returned to it's original specification of Blu Notte Metallizzato with racing livery I believe as per these pictures courtesy of racingsportscars.com
 

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The car has been bought by a well known German collector and is being returned to it's original specification of Blu Notte Metallizzato with racing livery I believe as per these pictures courtesy of racingsportscars.com
Thanks for the information, glad to hear it! :thumbsup:
 

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Bringing this up, here are some auction results


Gooding Scottsdale 2013, lot 14 sold for USD $506,000.00 Dino #06462
1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS | Gooding & Company
Realized | Gooding & Company

RM Monterey 2012, lot 120 sold for USD $467,500.00 Dino #07908
1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS 'Chairs and Flares' | Monterey 2012 | RM AUCTIONS

RM Monterey 2013, lot 116 sold for USD $473,000.00 Dino #08274
1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS 'Chairs & Flares' | Monterey 2013 | RM AUCTIONS

RM Monterey 2013, lot 170 sold for USD $400,000.00 Dino #05720
1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS 'Chairs & Flares' | Arizona 2013 | RM AUCTIONS
 

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SCOTTSDALE 2014 AUCTION RESULTS:

Gooding:

Lot 25 Scottsdale 2014 (RESULTS: HAMMER $430k, TOTAL $473k)
Estimate: $425,000 - $475,000
Chassis: 04946
Please note this vehicle is titled 246GT04946, as a combination of the vehicle’s model and chassis numbers.
CAR HIGHLIGHTS TECHNICAL SPECS
One of as Few as Five US-Delivered Dino Coupes to feature the “Chairs and Flares” Option Combination
Exceptionally Well-Documented Restoration Completed in 2012
Presented with Books, Records and Tools
Stunning Overall Presentation
Documented by Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini
1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GT | Gooding & Company

Lot 109 Scottsdale 2014 (RESULTS: HAMMER $390k, TOTAL $429k)
Estimate: $350,000 - $450,000
Chassis: 05724
CAR HIGHLIGHTS TECHNICAL SPECS
Five-Year, Nut-and-Bolt Concours Restoration
FCA Platinum Winner, 2012 Pasadena Concorso Ferrari
Consigned from a Prestigious Private Collection
Rare and Beautiful Color Scheme
A Significant Dino 246 GTS Worthy of the Finest Collections
Desirable US Version with A/C and Power Windows
1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS | Gooding & Company

Lot 152 Scottsdale 2014 (RESULTS: HAMMER $265k, TOTAL $291.5k)
Estimate: $250,000 - $300,000
Chassis: 03978
Please note this vehicle is titled 246GT03978.
CAR HIGHLIGHTS TECHNICAL SPECS
European-Specification Example
Significantly Refurbished over the Last Three Years
Vibrant Fly Yellow Livery
Excellent Driving Example
Ferrari’s First Production-Based Mid-Engine Sports Car
1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT | Gooding & Company


RM Auctions:

Lot 19 (RESULTS: HAMMER $320k, TOTAL $352k)
1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS
To be auctioned on Thursday, January 16, 2014
$350,000 - $450,000
Chassis no. 04268 Engine no. 0010130
1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS | Arizona 2014 | RM AUCTIONS
 

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Gooding Amelia Island results

2014 results

GOODING:
Hammered at $570k +10% buyer's fee = $627k paid
1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT | Gooding & Company
Flares & Chairs GT
Chassis: 04970
CAR HIGHLIGHTS TECHNICAL SPECS
One of Five Known US-Specification Chairs & Flares Coupes
Original Drivetrain and Interior
Less than 31,000 Original Miles
Accompanied by Original Books, Keys and Tool Kit
Time-Capsule Condition
Documented by Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini


Hammered at $310k +10% buyer's fee = $341k paid
1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS | Gooding & Company
Chassis: 08070
CAR HIGHLIGHTS TECHNICAL SPECS
Rare Factory Paint Color
Longtime California Car
Low-Mileage Example
Cosmetic Restoration Completed in 2012
One of the Last Dinos Built
Offered with Manuals and Tool Kit


RM:
Hammered at $390k +10% buyer's fee = $429k paid
http://www.rmauctions.com/lots/lot.cfm?lot_id=1065066
1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS
Chassis no. 08286
This 246 Dino GTS, chassis number 08286, was produced in May 1974, as a U.S. model that was fitted with air conditioning, power windows, and standard Cromodora wheels, according to noted Ferrari historian Marcel Massini. It has since been fitted with the desirable factory Daytona seats, adding to the sporty interior. It was imported to the U.S. by Chinetti-Garthwaite Import Inc., of Paoli, Pennsylvania, and it was delivered to its first owner shortly thereafter.

This Dino has remained in the state of California since 2005, and under the stewardship of its current owner, it has benefitted from a thorough mechanical and cosmetic servicing by Ferrari specialists at Fast Cars Ltd. in Redondo Beach, California, which took place this past October and November. While the car appeared to be in fine condition overall, there were several details that the owner wished to be addressed in order to make the car factory correct. Invoices for this totaled to over $25,000 and included such work as refinishing all the chrome on the car, rebuilding the steering rack, replacing ball joints in the suspension, rebuilding the brake calipers, installing new stainless steel sill plates, installing a new battery, removing and repainting the grille, and touching up the paint on the lower nose section of the car. Additionally, copies of receipts from Fast Cars Ltd. and the Massini report are included on file.

This Dino is currently finished in silver, over a red leather interior with black Daytona-style seat inserts, and there is no doubt that it is eye catching. The silver perfectly accentuates the Dino’s brilliant Pininfarina-designed curves, while the interior offers the perfect amount of patina. With under 42,000 miles showing on its odometer, this Dino has certainly been no stranger to the open road, and when considering its most recent service, it is certainly ready to be driven by its new owner.

With escalating Ferrari prices, the Dino continues to be an affordable and user-friendly Ferrari that is a must-have for any sports car aficionado.
 

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Buy or Wait???

Find a still reasonably priced Dino now and buy it quickly? - Or: Wait a while, surely there must come a price adjustment?

What's your opinion??:ears:
 

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Find a still reasonably priced Dino now and buy it quickly? - Or: Wait a while, surely there must come a price adjustment?

What's your opinion??:ears:
The only way is up IMO. Sadly I have missed the boat :cry3:
 

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I missed it by several decades. Traded for a Daytona in 1978.
 

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David- $10,600 for me in 1975. Traded plus $5K for a Daytona in 1978.
 

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212- 14009 was by far the cheapest one on FML when she was put up for sale in 1979 for $30K while looking for a 365 GT4 BB replacement.
 

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David- $10,600 for me in 1975. Traded plus $5K for a Daytona in 1978.
Well done, indeed! Fortunately, I did have the sense to keep my 365bb which I purchased in 1984, though. Every once in a great while, I think about selling her, but don't. They just don't make 'em that way anymore!
 

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