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- 143 kW / 195 HP
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Ferrari Dino 246 GT 1970, Series M
- 2487 GT produced, only 506 series M from 1970-71
- Chassis number 01516
- Engine number 135 C 000 0006784 547
- Gearbox number 706M
- Body number 192
- Matching numbers (engine, gearbox)
- Current colors: Rosso Corsa (Red) with beige & black interior (Daytona type)
- Original colors: Giallo Senape (Yellow-Green) with Nero (Black) vinyl. Only 64 produced in Giallo Senape.
- Motor: 2400cc with 195hp @7600rpm
- 5-speed manual gearbox
- Front brakes: ventilated disc; rear brakes: ventilated disc
1970 Delivered new to M.G. Crepaldi Automobil (Milano, Italy)
1971 Mr. Sandro Cartaino (Brescia, Italia)
2013-2014 Tony Erker (Germany)
2015 Private owner (Monte Carlo, Monaco), sold via DPM Motors
2015-2022 Private Belgian owner
2022 Bought by British & Sportscars (Overijse, Belgium)
The Dino family of cars was named after Enzo’s son who played a large role in the development of the V6 drivetrain. 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 powerful model than all the other Ferraris at that time. This made the 206 and subsequent 246 GT, direct competition with marques such as Porsche.
206GT production was low. Just one year after the 206 release, it was replaced with the revised 246 GT. The new 246 was a heavier car, thanks to the inclusion of Fiat’s cast-iron V6, which increased the capacity to 2418cc. 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 powerplant 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.
Documents with the car
Belgian technical control
Belgium registration documents
Production data info from Dino expert Matthias Bartz (writer Dino Compendium & Registry)
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