1970 FIAT Dino 2400

Fiat Dino 2400, fully restored and finished in "Azzurro Metallizzato"

Marketed under the Dino brand, and designed by Bertone, the 2400 was presented at the Salone di Torino in 1967. The Dino road cars was borned from a need of Ferrari to homologate a V6 engine for Formula 2 racing cars. In 1965 the Commission Sportive Internationale de la FIA had drawn up new rules, to be enacted for the 1967 season. F2 engines were required to have no more than six cylinders, and to be derived from a production engine, from a road car homologated in the GT class and produced in at least 500 examples within 12 months. Since a small manufacturer like Ferrari did not possess the production capacity to reach such quotas, an agreement was signed with Fiat and made public on 1 March 1965: Fiat would produce the 500 engines needed for the homologation, to be installed in a GT car which remained to be specified.

Car has been perfectly restored. 

 

PRODUCTION INFORMATION 

  • Model: DINO COUPE 2400
  • Total produced: 2398

VEHICLE INFORMATION

  • Model Year: 1970
  • Manufacturer: FIAT
  • Current Country of Registration: Europe
  • VIN: BC00392
  • Homologation: OM07308
  • Last Mileage (Km or Miles): 92385

HISTORY

  • Total Owners: 2

CURRENT SPECIFICATIONS

  • Exterior Color: 448 Azzurro Metallizzato
  • Interior Color: Grey and Red
  • Interior Details: Velvet & Sky

    POWERTRAIN

    • Engine Type: 2418 cc 6 cylinder
    • Gearbox Type: 5 speed manual

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