Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching Ferrari Dino With Rare Beach-Seat Inserts

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The Dino is often regarded as a shift in the way Ferrari produced its cars—not only because of its V6 powerplant, but because it was the first Ferrari model to be produced in high numbers.

Two generations were released, starting with the 206 GT from 1967-'69 and followed by the 246 GT and GTS from 1969-'74.

This 1968 Ferrari Dino 206 GT is a first-generation example finished in Rosso Dino over a Nero and Panno Arancio interior.

Being a 206, power comes from a 2.0-liter V6 that's said to be good for 178 horsepower and 138 lb.-ft. of torque.

The listing also points out that the Dino was "comprehensively restored" in 2015 at a cost "totaling over $250,000.00."

Also of note on this 206 GT are the rare "Beach Seat" inserts in the interior.

Included in the sale are various documents highlighting the car's history, along with a reproduction tool kit.

Find this 1968 Ferrari Dino 206 GT for $649,500 over at Fantasy Junction.

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wspohn Dork
8/28/20 7:45 p.m.

I knew I shouldn't have turned down a Dino coupe for $20K back in the 80s.

BTW, isn't it still incorrect to refer to them as Ferrari Dinos?  Ferrari never did.

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