The Ferrari 246GT Dino, a legendary car with an amazing story.
"Competition for the 911? That can't be a Ferrari". Exclaimed Enzo. The Fiat belongs more to the sports car category. Couldn't the 12-cylinder symphony compete with a flattened 6 Series? So Alfredo Dino Ferrari, Enzo's son, was allowed to develop his study project further. The end result? Dino himself didn't live to see it due to a muscle disease, but it became an absolute legend!
The 246, like all racing cars of the time, refers to the engine. Modern Mercedes and Audis could learn a lot from this. The 2.4-litre six-cylinder is located directly behind the front seats. When you accelerate, you can hear the three twin webers sucking in the air behind you, the seat is so close to the floor that you dodge doorsteps like soaps on a prison floor, and the steering is on a par with Coronel's karts. That's real Ferrari driving, sorry Enzo!
And ours? As you are used to, especially good! From the Jan des Bouvrie collection, completely technically revised and refurbished by our specialist Lusso Classics. Jan des Bouvrie was known for having a clear opinion and a clear will; he had to have the Dino in black. There was none; so Frits Kroymans painted this original red Belgian Dino in black. Now in our clubhouse, ready for many smooth kilometres! Jan will be proud. A presto!