Magneto Magazine features our Ferrari Dino restoration in issue 13 February 2022 and asks is this the World’s Greatest Ferrari Dino Restoration?
“back in the ’80s and ’90s when Dinos were relatively cheap that they were being restored – often badly. And that further skewed opinions against them.
So the question came up as to how a Dino would look and feel if it was restored to the same levels as, say, a 250GT or a 275GTB. And that led us to this car, chassis 00436, finished in August 1969. It was the seventh of just 357 L-series Dinos built between the low-volume 206GT and the more common M- and E-series production 246GTs”
“My goodness it’s lovely. To spend time with a Dino 246GT and learn its unusual ways is to fall in love, and that’s all the easier with an example so perfectly finished, so deserving of a top-quality restoration. Putting aside value and kudos, I’d have this over a 275GTB or Daytona because it’s so much more nimble and usable. Smitten? You bet.”
To view the full details of this project visit our Restoration page here