This show-winning Italian beauty has just 3,000 miles on the rebuild with only 68k original miles on the car overall.


The Dino 246 GT was doing well with sales, so Ferrari decided to step things up a notch by offering a version that allowed for some open fresh air while cruising around. Debuted at the 1972 Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari 246 GTS Dino received plenty of positive reactions and feedback. The car still retained the body lines and shape of the 246 GT, but it was fitted with a targa top for open-air adventures. Lucky Collector Car Auctions has this stunning and low-mile 1972 Ferrari GTS Dino (Lot 166) on their docket for its 2020 Spring Classic (Online Only) auction on May 30th and 31st, so go ahead and register to bid so you don't miss the opportunity to take this beaut home for yourself.

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A fully-detailed show-winning car, the body has been resprayed in a bold Fly Yellow several years ago from the bare metal up by Tim Taylor and Bob Norwood out of Texas. Given meticulous attention to detail with no expense spared on its restoration, even the plastic around the spare tire in the front trunk is flawless and a very rare sight on these cars. Even more, all of the chrome trim and accents show in perfect condition.

Powering this '72 Ferrari GTS is a rebuilt Euro Dino engine and gearbox that only has 3,000 miles on the rebuild. The original motor is also available with the car. In fact, only 68,396 original miles have been logged on the odometer on the car over its lifespan.

Only 68,396 original miles have accumulated on the odometer The car was also given a recent full service and is rearing to go. Open the doors or peer inside the open targa top to an incredible black original leather interior complete with new Wilton rugs.

Hailing from one of the finest collections of the region, this bold Ferrari is guaranteed to turn heads no matter where it goes. Full of style and grace, this car makes its presence known, especially in such a superb bold color. This gem is located near Seattle, Washington.

If this flawless 1972 Ferrari GTS Dino is calling your name, be sure to register to bid through Lucky Collector Car Auctions and check out the 2020 Spring Classic (Online Only) auction. Don't miss out on the chance to take this Italian beauty home for yourself.

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