Spotted for sale is a Ferrari 308 GT4 Tribute to Niki Lauda for $65,950 USD. The seller states this is a 1975 Ferrari 308GT4 painted as a tribute to Niki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni. This car is duplicating the graphics found on 2 original factory 308GT4 cars provided to both drivers at the inaugural 1976 Long Beach Grand Prix. The graphics were inspired by the Formula One 312T race car. Also at this LBGP race, Clay Regazzoni was able to accomplish the triple crown in auto racing by Qualifying First, Race Winner , and Setting the Fastest Lap! It is in excellent condition with over $125,000 invested in the restoration which includes mechanical, electrical, and custom work. It has a european bumper conversion, stainless custom exhaust system, and more.
1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS
Odometer: 35,000 Original Miles
Location: Medina, Ohio
Price: Asking $325,000 OBO
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Wow a rare find! 1974 Ferrari Dino 246GTS in Ohio. Original owner car. You really dont see many all original owner cars that often. If what the seller says in true , then this maybe a bargain at 325k. From the pictures, it looks to be a good unrestored car. It has good patina and looks like an honest car. Owner states the 35,403 miles are genuine. So many Dinos have been restored to such a high level due to the rising values but few can be said to be as delivered to the showroom. I dont dislike total nut and bolt restorations but its a thrill to get into an all original car and drive it. Buyers should buy a ticket to Ohio and inspect the car in person.
Its seems the engine lid is missing from the pictures. The mouse hair dash looks worn the way I would expect from an original dash board. The window latches for the small door windows are missing. They commonly fall off due to inferior glue. All are minor easy fixes and can probably be sourced relatively easily.
I know some dealers that have offered $300,000 to and owner has refused. This could be a great car for the preservation class at Pebble Beach next year. Any Collectors looking for this car right now? Your thoughts!