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206 GT Dino

Make: Ferrari 206 GT Dino

Mileage: 11,800km shown

Year of Manufacture: 1969

Colors: Argento Auteuil 106-E-1/Similpelle Nera 161 – Panno Bleu

Location: Munich, Germany

Price: P.O.A., Taxes paid

Key Facts:

OUR 206 GT Dino

Chassis 00388 was born in February 1969 in the color of Argento 106-E-1 over a Similpelle Nera 161 with the iconic Panno Bleu seat inserts, characteristic of the early 206 GT Dino. According to the Ferrari Classiche Certificate, the Dino was delivered new through Nocentini Automobili S.p.a. in Italy.

According to the Massini report accompanying chassis 00388, the Dino was first registered in Florence, where the first owner, Lorenzo Tempesti resided. Tempesti used the car and by November 1970, it had accumulated over 32,000km. The second owner, an Italian car dealer going by the name Giovanni Tronci, acquired the Dino in March 1971 and proceeded to sell it to its third owner a few months later. The new caretaker would registered chassis 00388 in Milano, and own it for around a year before finding the Dino a new home. The fourth owner, Saverio Catanese, kept the 206 GT until September 1974, when he sold it to Michele D’Urso, another Italian resident. By the late 70’s, the Dino found its way to Southern California. It was sold to Kenneth Kront from San Josà, and then owned by Rick Marshall in Santa Barbara, from 1982 to 1989. From 1989 to 2003, it was owned by Ben Murillo, resident in Sausalito. It was then owned by two further California residents, until it was sold to Billionaire car collector Friedhelm Loh, who imported the Dino to Germany. Two years later, the 206 was offered for sale by dealer Eberhard Thiesen KG in Düsseldorf. In the next seven years, the GT would change hands four times, and in 2015, it was sold to the current Munich-resident owner who has taken great care of the Dino.

The Dino was awarded a Ferrari Classiche Certificate in 2007, confirming that chassis 00388 is fully matching numbers engine, gearbox and differential, as well as the original color combination of Argento Auteuil over Nero/Blu interior. Specialist Tom Fischer in Germany stored the 206 for the client and made sure that the car was always serviced. More recently in February 2024, all fluids were replaced. This includes engine, gearbox, and differential oil, as well as the brake fluid. Furthermore, the carburetors were synchronized. 

Currently for sale with us in Munich, Germany, this represents a rare opportunity to own one of the 152 206 GT Dino examples, in a very attractive color combination and in fantastic condition. The car can be inspected on appointment.

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