A fabulous example of the Ferrari-powered Fiat Coupé from the '70s finished in glorious Azzuro Mettallizato with a black leather interior.
Offered here is a beautiful Fiat Dino that was delivered new to its first owner in Koblenz, Germany on 8th March 1972. This, second-series example features the larger 2.4-litre 180bhp Ferrari engine from the Dino 246 with triple carburettors and a ZF 5-speed gearbox as standard.
Our vendor personally sourced, imported and correctly UK-registered this Fiat Dino in 2019 to become part of his Collection. It was carefully selected as the body had been recently professionally painted in striking Azzuro Metallizzato and the nicely detailed, black leather interior was also in excellent condition.
Once back in the UK, the Fiat looked good and performed well but didn’t quite meet our vendor's high standards, so the decision was made to begin a schedule of works to have the underside of the car completely refinished. This work was conducted by one of the UK’s best authorities on Italian sports cars of this era, and detailed photographs along with invoices evidence the work carried out. The engine was checked and fully serviced, and the suspension, steering, fuel and braking systems completely overhauled. Some modern features were added for safety and reliability including electronic ignition and new alloy wheels. The original Cromodora wheels are included in the sale and were replaced with Superformance Cromodora-style alloys fitted with brand new period-style Pirelli Cinturato tyres.
The result of this extensive overhaul is a Fiat Dino that fires on-the-button, sounds very healthy and performs extremely well, and is now beautifully preserved for another 50 years of enjoyable motoring.
Accompanying the Fiat is a history file including invoices and paperwork from Europe, Fiat handbooks, owners manuals, old registration paperwork, all invoices for works conducted in the UK, current V5C ready for transfer or export and, although exempt, the car is offered with a clean MOT Certificate to July 2023.
A Ferrari-powered, Bertone-styled Fiat Coupé from the 1970s, all Italian with huge character and an interesting back story, makes this a fabulous sports car in which to arrive at any classic car event. A car to enjoy as an enthusiast or add to a collection of landmark sports cars from a particularly exciting era of European GTs
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