Fiat Dino 2400 Spyder 1970 – SPRZEDANY

Sportowe Dino produkowane w latach 1966-1973, wyposażone w silnik V6 skonstruowany przez Alfredo Ferrari, służący za podstawę do homologacji nowego silnika Formuły 2, był jednym z najbardziej interesujących sportowych modeli produkowanych pod koniec lat 60. Fiat Dino Spyder stylizowany przez studio Pininfarina, zaprezentowany został po raz pierwszy podczas turyńskich targów motoryzacyjnych w 1966 roku. 160 KM, pięciobiegowa skrzynia i hamulce tarczowe przy wszystkich kołach, czyniły z niego prawdziwie elegancki pocisk. Okaz wystawiony na aukcji powstał w 1970 roku i trafił do pierwszego właściciela, mieszkającego w Mediolanie. W 2006 roku zlecono jego renowację w Carrozzeria Old Car of Gaggiano, wtedy to wybrano dla niego subtelny odcień żółtego: Giallo Colorado, kontrastujący z nową czarną skórzaną tapicerką. Następnie Dino zostało sprzedane, przechodząc w ręce kolejnych francuskich entuzjastów. Dziś po remoncie zawieszenia i układu hamulcowego, prezentuje się wyśmienicie i tak też jeździ. Fiat Dino 2400 Spyder oferowany z włoskimi dokumentami rejestracyjnymi, fakturami i zdjęciami z epoki, prezentuje się pięknie, a wylicytowany został za 108100 euro, czyli 460819 złotych.


Coachwork by Pininfarina Chassis no. 135BS001223
€ 100,000 – 150,000
PLN 420,000 – 620,000

1970 FIAT Dino 2400 Spyder with Hardtop
Coachwork by Pininfarina
Chassis no. 135BS001223
•Delivered new in Milan, Italy
•Recent extensive refurbishment
•Attractive colour scheme
•Registered in Italy

In the mid-1960s, Ferrari needed a 2.0-litre production-based engine for the new Formula 2, conceiving the mid-engined Dino to provide the necessary basis. Faced with the daunting task of building 500 units per annum to meet the homologation requirements, Ferrari turned to FIAT for assistance, the resulting agreement for the latter to build the Dino’s four-cam V6 engine leading to a spin-off model for FIAT. Launched in Pininfarina-bodied Spider form at the 1966 Turin Show, the FIAT Dino carried its 2.0-litre, 160bhp engine ahead of the driver in conventional manner and was notable as the first FIAT to employ four overhead camshafts and a limited-slip differential as standard. Steel bodied, the newcomer employed a FIAT five-speed gearbox and featured independent front suspension by means of wishbones and coil springs, a live rear axle and disc brakes all round. A longer-wheelbase Coupé model with Bertone coachwork appeared the following year, and in 1969 the V6 engine’s capacity was increased to 2,418cc, a ZF gearbox and FIAT 130-type trailing-arm independent rear suspension being adopted at the same time. Power went up to 180bhp (DIN) at 6,600rpm. Styling changes were few: in the Spider’s case being confined to a new front grille, rubber centre strips in the bumpers, and different wheel centres, while the interior benefited from improved switch gear and a carpeted boot. A stylish conveyance for four, the FIAT Dino raced to 100km/h in around 8 seconds and could reach 210km/h while making all the right Ferrari-esque noises. Production ceased in 1972.

Built in 1970, we are informed that this FIAT Dino 2400 Spider was delivered in Milan to its first owner, Giancarlo Boniello, and while in his ownership was registered 'MIL27381′. Around 2006, the previous owner commissioned a restoration by Carrozzeria Old Car of Gaggiano (a suburb of Milan). The colour chosen was Giallo Colorado, a subtle shade of yellow that contrasts well with the new black leather upholstery (black leather was also used to cover the dashboard and door cards). Subsequently, the Dino was sold, passing through the hands of a succession of French enthusiasts.

It has since returned to its native Italy and recently benefited from a thorough rebuild of the front suspension and the braking system. At the same time, the fuel tank was dismantled, freed of rust, and repainted, while the starter motor, alternator, and distributor were overhauled, and the water pump replaced. To finish the work, a new set of correct Michelin 205/70 VR14 XWX classic tyres was fitted.

Offered with Italian registration documents, sundry restoration invoices and photographs, the car presents beautifully and is ready to be enjoyed by its next custodian in the summers to come.