Used 1974 Ferrari Dino 246 Gts for sale in San Antonio, Texas
This 1974 Dino 246 GTS is being offered for sale by Ferrari of San Antonio, an Authorized Ferrari Dealership. As she sits today, there are 37,620 all original miles! This 246 GTS is in truly wonderful condition inside and out! With a nearly 100% original interior, this Dino is an absolute beauty and diamond in the rough that will grace any collection! Live outside of the San Antonio area? No Problem! Ferrari of San Antonio is willing to help you arrange shipping to anywhere in the country. We are also happy to pick you up from any of our local airports and bring you into the dealership to view the Ferrari or other luxury pre owned vehicles you are most interested in. ABOUT FERRARI of SAN ANTONIO - Ferrari of San Antonio opened its doors in 2010 as San Antonio's first and only Factory Authorized Ferrari dealership. A stand-alone, full service dealership, we are dedicated to the Ferrari brand and the enthusiasts who own them. Ferrari of San Antonio brings together a staff assembled from Ferrari sales and service professionals from around the country. Combined, the team has decades of experience with the legendary brand and are ready to help you select your next Ferrari or provide care to the one you currently own. We invite you to view our latest vehicle inventory on our website, or stop by our showroom today and share in an experience that only a Ferrari dealership can provide you. DISCLAIMER: SALES TAX, TITLE FEE, LICENSE FEE, REGISTRATION FEE, DEALER DOCUMENTARY FEE, VEHICLE INVENTORY TAX, TEMPORARY TAG FEE, FINANCE CHARGES, EMISSION TESTING FEE AND COMPLIANCE FEE ARE ADDITIONAL TO THE ADVERTISED PRICE. Today, the mid-engined, two-seater Ferrari is a staple in the Ferrari lineup. Cars like the F355, 360 Modena, F430, and 458 Italia have cemented Ferrari's reputation around the globe as the world's premier manufacturer of mid-engined sports cars. All of these models owe the little Ferrari Dino their gratitude, for the Dino was the first mid-engined production Ferrari. Its six-cylinder engine packed a punch, and although Ferrari's later mid-engined, entry-level sports cars all boasted V-8s, the Dino is fondly remembered for its perfect balance of power and handling. This 246 GTS, a late E-Series example, was originally delivered new to the U.S., allegedly to Chris Martin, of Martin Guitar in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Although its early history is largely unknown, by the early 1990s the car was owned by Ken Dickey, of Casa Grande, Arizona. Shortly before he sold the car, a professional appraisal noted that the odometer was showing 27,883 original miles in May 1994. The car passed from Dickey to collector John Marconi, of Orange, California. At this time, the Dino still retained its original factory power windows and air conditioning and had been repainted at least once in the past to a very high standard, being finished in its original color scheme, which it still retains today. By 2009, chassis number 07794 had made its way to Long Island, being owned by Mark Fischler, of Hewlett Neck, New York. It was then purchased by its current owner in July 2011, and it has been well preserved and properly maintained since. At the time of cataloguing, its odometer showed 37,619 miles, which are still believed to be original and are supported by accompanying documentation. The car was serviced by Ferrari of Central Florida in February 2015 and is reported to be in splendid driving condition. Cosmetically, the Dino looks just as good as it drives. Its Argento Auteil metallic paint shows off the Dino's curves beautifully, and the finish shines bright. The car's interior is very welcoming, as it is finished in Rosso with black Daytona-style inserts, and it remains in wonderful condition as well.
Reference ID: GC-18655