Ferrari 246 Gt Dino

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Ferrari 246 Gt Dino
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1973 Ferrari 246 GT DINO

Ferrari red with black leather interior.
Well documented all original two owner car, last 20 years in Hawaii.
Odometer 96,500 miles but only 17,000 miles since complete professional engine and transmission rebuild with compression readings well within specs.
Cold factory AC and power windows.
No rust or collision repair.
Car serviced and maintained by local Ferrari expert.
New AC condenser, electric lines, air blower and rebuilt compressor with new main bearing.
Radiator cleaned and tested.
New clutch cable – the original type.
Rebuilt power brake booster and master cylinder.
New German high efficiency water pump.
Rebuilt alternator.
Rebuilt carburetors.
Car professionally detailed.
Waited Campanology rims and good tires.
Re-chromed bumpers and new rubber moldings.
New fuel pump and fuel filter.
New Italian radiator cooling fans and temperature sensor.
Rebuilt distributor and new ignition wires.
Original jack, tool bad and most tools.
New oil cooler hose.
The Dino family of cars was named after Enzo’s son who played a large role in the development of the V6 drive-train. The Dino 206 GT was the first road-going Ferrari to adopt the V6 which previously, had been exclusive to racing models. The 206 GT was an alloy-bodied coupe that was first seen on the market in 1968. During its release, the 206 GT changed Ferrari’s market. This was a less expensive and less power full model than all the other Ferrari’s at that time. This made the 206 and subsequent 246 GT, direct competition with marques such as Porsche.
The engine was the same as that used in the Fiat Dino. This is one of the first times a mass-produced engine was used in a Ferrari. Compared to the Ferrari V6, the Fiat power-plant had been cast in iron rather than aluminum alloy.
Also changed to steel was the bodywork. Between the two models, the styling remained almost identical except the 246 had pressed steel panels instead of the alloy body found on the 206.

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