1973 Ferrari Dino GT Targa Coupe
The Ferrari Dino was produced between 1968 and 1976. The Dino name was used for models that had less than 12 cylinders so that the Ferrari name could be used exclusively for V-12 and flat 12 models. Dino was Ferrari's attempt to produce a more affordable sports car.
This is a 1973 Ferrari Dino GT Targa Coupe which has been restored by Ferrari-trained personnel to the absolute Concours standards.
- Veglia gauges
- European wrap around bumpers (front and rear)
- Momo steering wheel
- power antenna
- lift off Targa top
- extended wheel arches
- power windows
- Cromodoro wheels
- factory air conditioning
- power assisted four wheel disk brakes
- power assisted rack and pinion steering
- 2.6 litre DHC motor
This model has factory Corsa Rossa exterior paint, a black interior with black leather Daytona seats and black wool carpets.
It has a current mileage of 75,176. In excellent condition throughout.
This is a beautiful classic car with a rare combination of factory options. This model has been given an appraised value of $325,000 by Hagerty Insurance which is significantly more than our asking price.
A must-see for any classic car enthusiast.
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