Fiat Dino Coupè 2000 1968

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Vehicle Details

Condition Auto in vendita
Year 1968
Engine 1987
CV 163
Fuel Benzina - Petrol
Condition Auto in vendita
Make Fiat
Model Dino Coupè 2000
Year 1968
Fuel Benzina - Petrol
Color Giallo Positano 208
Body Style Coupè
Transmission Manual
Doors 2
Engine 1987
CV 163

Vehicle Description

Fiat Dino coupè 135 AC 2000. Rare and spectacular color combination, among the most beautiful of the Dino, Giallo Positano 208 with blu scuro skai interior (matching colors).

Italian car, registered on May 15, 1968 in the province of Novara and then, on February 9, 1976, in the province of Venice.

2 previous owners. Carefully preserved, incredible condition, approximately 145,000 km.

Healthy, accident-free bodywork, professionally polished partially original paint.

Original interior carefully preserved, healthy dashboard (no gaps).

Original mechanics (matching numbers) in perfect working order, partially overhauled with complete clutch replacement, brake overhaul, rubber hoses, pumps, fluids, filters, carburetors overhauled etc.

Original Ferrari engine (135 B000), perfect gearbox and differential (self-locking).

Black plates and original booklet.

Tool kit and double keys supplied.

Brief history: The Dino Fiat was born from an agreement between FIAT and Ferrari, signed for the need of the Maranello company to rapidly build a sufficient number of Dino engines (so called because they were derived from a 1956 project by the late son of Enzo Ferrari, Alfredo, known as Dino) to obtain homologation in Formula 2 for the Ferrari Dino 166 F2. Thus, alongside the more expensive Dino 206 GTs, the production of more affordable (albeit always expensive) versions of the FIAT brand was decided. In reality, the technical sharing between the Ferrari “Dino” and the FIAT ones was limited to the V6 engine. The Dino Coupé was presented at the Turin Motor Show in 1967, with bodywork designed by Bertone. Equipped with the same mechanics as the “Spider” (except for the wheelbase extended to 2550 mm), the Coupé was more elegant than sporty (the dimensions of the imposing fastback coupe, with room for 4 people, were important: 4514 mm in length and 1709 wide). Also in this case, as in that of the spider, the production was also entrusted to the designer himself who produced more than 6,000 copies in the five years of the model’s life  The road behavior was less reactive than that of the spider, especially due to the longer wheelbase, the lower compactness of the bodywork (the spider was 4107 mm long) and the greater mass (1280 kg against 1150).

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