FIAT DINO - COLLECTOR ITEM
- Condition: Used
- Make: Fiat
- Model: Other
- Type: Coupe
- Year: 1967
- Mileage: 5,241
- Color: Red
- Engine size: 2000 CC
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Windows
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Interior color: Red
- Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1967 Fiat OtherDESCRIPTION
1967 Fiat Dino Ferrari Bertone coupè engine 2000cc
number135of only3670coupes produced in its historywith only5241 miles. This is a collector item, and is a grade 2 Hagerty rated car. Please no time wasters.
For more info, or to make an offer, please call 415-902-6429 (Robert)The carfor salewas builtinItalyin 1967andit is in very good condition,bothmechanical part andbodywork. Last monththere has been regular maintenance work done and this Dino is ready to go!The car is registered to ASIItalianRegister of Vintage gold status car since 2009. Membership is guaranteed for original spare parts to 100% in the various renovations.
The car is a rare piece and the conditions for this kind of car that is almost 50 years old are fabulous. No problem of body andno sign of rust. The engine is fully functional and the tires are in good condition
The car isworking perfectlyanddrive iton the streetsis a funindescribable.
Please do NOT bid if you are not serious, OR, don't have the money! We are not here towaistour time. Serious buyers/collectors please. If you do win this auction and then decide to "pull a fast one" and not pay, we will immediately contact Ebay Motors and report you. Your Ebay account will be terminated.
We have now a U.S. partner who is assisting us. His name is Robert, and he also bought a car from us 3 months ago with no issues whatsoever. Robert speaks Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and English. We believe this will benefit all of us, especially for our U.S. customers, but not limited to others. For ANY questions, please call415-902-6429, and Robert will be glad to help. He is located in Long Beach, California.
The Fiat Dino was introduced as a 2-seater Spider at theTurin Motor Showin October 1966;a2+2Coupé version, built on a 270mm (10.6in) longerwheelbase, bowed a few months later at theGeneva Motor Showin March 1967.The two bodies showed very different lines, as they had been designed and were manufactured for Fiat by two different coachbuilders: the Spider byPininfarina, and the Coupé byBertone—where it had been sketched out byGiorgetto Giugiaro. Curiously the Spider type approval identified it as a 2+1 seater.The Spider had poorer interior trim than the Coupé, below par for its class: the dashboard was covered in vinyl, the metal-spoke steering wheel had a plastic rim, and the interior switchgear was derived from cheaper Fiat models.After a few months this issue was addressed, and Spiders produced after February 1967 had a wood-rimmed steering wheel as well as a wood trim on the dashboard like the sister Coupé car had since the beginning.Option lists for both models were limited to radio, metallic paint, leather upholstery, and for the Spider a vinyl-coveredhardtopwith roll-bar style stainless steel trim.
The car was offered with an all-aluminiumDOHC2.0L V6, coupled to a 5-speedmanual transmission. The same 2.0-litre engine was used in mid-engined, Ferrari-builtDino 206 GT, which was introduced in pre-production form at the 1967 Turin Motor Show and went on sale in 1968. Fiat quoted 160PS (118kW; 158hp) for the Fiat Dino, while in 1967 Ferrari—presenting the first prototype of the Dino 206 GT—claimed 180hp (130kW) despite both engines were made by Fiat workers in Turin on the same production line, without any discrimination as to their destination. Jean-Pierre Gabriel in "Les Ferraris de Turin" notes that, "La declaration de Ferrari ne reposait sur aucun fondament technique"—Ferrari's statement had no technical basis.The real reason for this difference was a mistake in between quotes made in SAE and BHP power output.On request we canprovide other info,some videosandmore photos.
Very important info section
Payments and confidence in us:
If you buy the car, you have to pay by bank transfer (to a US bank account), of which Robert will send you all the complete information, including Paypal (should you still choose).
If it is an issue of trust, below you we point all the tracings of containers containing more than 30 cars shipped to the United States from December to now. Then we point to the name and all information and our Customs broker in New York. You can call to get information about me.
Our shipments are shown from December 2015 to date. Each container contains or 3 or 4 cars. On request we can provide the detailed embarkation statement with the data of the loaded cars:
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This is the Customs broker in New York that you can contact if you want to ask questions about us and precisely on the expeditions that I, Mascione Bernardina do with them:
Cordaro Shipping Co, Inc.
119 North Park Avenue, Suite 300
Rockville Centre, NY 11570
on request I can provide the phone number of some customers who have already received the car from us.
Mascione Bernardina d.i.
Via Garibaldi, 72 / E
86028 - Torella del Sannio (CB)
tel 00393398094090- 0039 087476298