Ferrari Dino 246 GTS 1973 Project

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Dino 246 GTS Project 2


1973 Dino 246 GTS Project

This could be an interesting project for the right buyer.   Looks to be a chair and flares GTS.    The owner probably ran out of funds or interest in completing the restoration.  Its a beautiful car to restore and well worth someone’s time and investment.   It is wearing what looks to be after market wheels (gotti perhaps) but provides a picture of a single Campagnolo wheel.    Buyer says correct wheels and tires come with the car.   It is best to confirm they are not aftermarket replicas and tires are within their life expectancy.


Dino 246 GTS Project 2

There is much to be learned about this car.   Buyer does not provide  pictures of the engine / interior/ or all  Campagnolo wheels but it has potential.    If it is a real chairs and flares Dino, it retains its daytona style seats.   Hopefully,  the  books and manuals / pouch / jack are included in the sale.   I would love to see a buyer take this car back to its original glory.

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Ferrari 246 GTS project needs paint and reassembly, options include chairs, flairs and ac.
New correct wheels and tires included, all glass is usable, engine runs, no rust ever. Some parts need to be purchased to complete reassembly.Clean title in hand email questions. 250K/OBO

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This dino’s original color was Roso Bordeaux
California Car: 3 owner car
At one point in its life , it was painted black.
In the last 5 years it has gone a restoration which as now stopped.
It has fresh new Michelin XWX tires on campagnolo wheels
It includes the original spare wheel
No books/ manuals/ or jack
Currently using 308 wheels as rollers
Has new door glass
Includes interior carpet set from Italy with the correct material
Engine showing 70,000 miles. Can not verify if true mileage.
Electric Windows.
Has black original daytona seats

door panels
bumpers/ grill
plastic trunk cover
all new gaskets
trunk carpet set
possible new tail lights
AC components still in car , does not work, missing pieces




Gullwing Motors appears to have bought the car from the seller.   Their price $289,000 in same condition.

The car now appears to be sold.  It is no longer available on their website.


The dino sold for full ask at Gullwing Motors.

This is s/n 5004


Matthias Bartz believes the first flares car s/n 5454.   Hopefully this is verified soon.



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