For auto enthusiasts, finding the right car is an ever changing quest. In case you couldn’t tell, we’re big fans of classic cars. Ferrari debuted the Dino in 1967, marking the company’s first production mid-engine car. Today we get a look at a rather clean example that is set to hit the auction block. The ride was powered by a 2-liter V6, named in honor of Enzo Ferrari’s late son. This particular 1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS Coupe is a targa-top model with steel-bodied construction.
It is outfitted with a larger 192 horsepower 2.4-liter V6 that is shared with the legendary Lancia Stratos HF. This legendary machine is clean and remarkable. It’s painted with a fresh white paint job while a black leather interior with factory air conditioning adds to the charm. The ride only 21,000 miles on the odometer, and it has been immaculately maintained since new. More than just a classic car, it’s a great example of Ferrari’s history. This legendary machine is in damn-near perfect condition and it’s the perfect option for any auto enthusiast.
The ride is nothing short of iconic and one worth adding to any fleet of classic cars. Take a look at this beautiful machine in the images below and head over to Gooding Co. to find out more and place your bid. While you’re at it, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more classic cars coming soon.
Photos via Josh Hway