Car Catcher: Single-Family, 11,000-Mile Ferrari Dino

Yup, the time machine just dropped it off. This 1973 Ferrari 246 GTS has been with the same family since it was purchased from Le Mans Motors Inc. on September 14, 1973.

From the seller, Fantasy Junction:

Having been cared for, safely stored, and properly serviced, today this Dino exhibits an excellent preservation grade finish throughout. The car retains the major factory original Ferrari components including the matching numbers engine, gearbox, most of the original paint, factory glass, and the factory original interior.”

The condition is described as fresh off the time machine: “The paint is very nice throughout with high gloss and excellent sheen, and some typical small marks here and there around the body, visible when pointed out, or when viewed up close. There is a slight variation in the metallic finish when examining the passenger door in relation to the front and rear fender. This is consistent with a 1995 notation for “Door repaint” in the service documents. Also, of note is a slight change in texture to the hood area which appears to have been more recently painted and clear coated.”

Let’s do the numbers: Current mileage shows 10,895, while the asking price is $465,000.

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