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1968 Fiat Dino 2000

Lutziger Classic Cars AG

1968 Fiat Dino 2000
Lutziger Classic Cars AG
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24-0318019

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Netherlands

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ENGINE SIZE 1987 ccm

 

CYLINDERS 6

 

POWER 160 PS

 

DOORS 2

 

SEATS 4

 

EXTERIOR COLOUR RED

 

INTERIOR COLOUR BLACK

Description

First registration 02.1968 Swiss delivery Swiss road registration with veteran entry This beautiful Fiat Dino 2000 Coupé was delivered in Switzerland and is veteran-approved. It has always been well maintained and serviced regularly. Recently the carburetor and the water pump were revised. Many documents like original manuals, spare parts catalogs and invoices are present. The car is in very nice and top maintained condition. The Fiat Dino is a sports car that was introduced in the spring of 1966 by Fiat on the occasion of the one hundredth birthday of the company founder Giovanni Agnelli. First appeared the convertible called Spider, which was followed in the spring of 1967 by the coupe, designed by Bertone. Dino is short for Alfredino and was the nickname of Enzo Ferrari’s son. Legend has it that Alfredo Ferrari, on his deathbed in 1956, whispered the data for the V6 engine into the ear of Vittorio Jano, a proven and experienced racing engine designer employed by Ferrari. Jano is then said to have designed this engine according to Alfredino’s specifications. The Dino engine was used in Formula 2 and also in other competitions. For homologation, production of at least 500 units was required. Since Ferrari was not in a position to produce such a number, Fiat took over this task. Incidentally, Fiat then also supplied the engines to Ferrari for the Dino 206 and Dino 246 GT.