About a month ago, I wrote up a beautiful 1967 Dino Coupe, one of the cars closest to being a Ferrari without having any hint of the traditional Ferrari price tag. In that post, I also talked about the more desirably Pininfarina-styled Spider version. While the Coupe and Spider shared underpinnings, outside they looked quite different; the Spider has a decidedly more Ferrari-esque look than the Coupe and flaunts some impressive curves. That makes sense, and Bertone is generally known for its boxier style, while Pininfarina - well, I'm sure you know them well. In an absolutely lovely shade of green comes this 1967 version of the Dino Spider:
Model: Dino Spider
Engine: 2.0 liter V6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 89,877 mi
Price: Reserve Auction
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1967 Fiat Dino Spider finished in Dark Green with Tan leather interior. This Pininfarina designed Dino was built by Fiat in order for the Ferrari 2.0 Liter V6 engine to be homologated for use in their Formula 2 race cars. These engines were identical to the ones used in the early Ferrari 206 Dinos. Make no mistake. This car is all Ferrari. With prices on all vintage Ferraris hitting the stratosphere, this four passenger Convertible with it's flowing curvaceous lines has to be one of the best buys available in a top down Ferrari on the planet. Only 1,133 2.0 Fiat Dino Spiders were ever made. Finding a rust free example like this one is extremely difficult. The engine was completely rebuild less than 1k miles ago. For detailed information and pricing, please call Mark Starr @ 914 217-4817.
From the photos, the condition of the car appears to be quite impressive. The engine rebuild - and expensive undertaking - has already been sorted for you. I really like the unusual green on this car that really makes it pop and stand out. With nearly 90,000 miles on the chassis, most probably wouldn't consider this a pristine Concours car but that makes it all the more appealing to me. It's been driven and used yet still appears great. Pricing for top level show cars is approaching $100,000 these days; this car is likely more in the second tier at around $70,000. It's a lot for a Fiat, but as with the Coupe is downright cheap for a Ferrari.