Fiat Dino Spider
- Body Style:
- 2. very good condition
This car is in the online auction on www.jenden.eu
Price is the estimated yield.
Deze auto is in de online veiling op www.jenden.eu
Prijs is de geschatte opbrengst.
This beautiful Fiat Dino Spider has been in the possession of the current owner for 27 years. An absolute opportunity to acquire a beloved automobile like this one.
Only 1163 units of this Fiat Dino Spider were built, the one offered here is no. 797. This Fiat Dino Spider was restored by a Dutch Fiat dealer in the period from 1985 to 2002. In recent years, it has been serviced by a well-known Dutch classic car specialist executed.
The Fiat is in excellent condition, both optically and technically.
Performed in blue metallic in combination with a black interior, a feast for the eyes, you immediately imagine yourself in the Italian 60s with this car.
Ready for many fun rides are you the next lucky one?
The Fiat Dino Spider:
The Fiat Dino was introduced at the Turin Motor Show in October 1966 as a 2-seater Spider, the 2 + 2 Coupé version, built on a 270 mm (10.6 in) longer wheelbase, a few months later at the Motor Show. Geneva in March 1967.
The two bodies had very different lines as they were designed and manufactured for Fiat by two different bodybuilders: Pininfarina\’s Spider and Bertone\’s Coupé – where it was sketched by Giorgetto Giugiaro. Oddly enough, the Spider\’s type approval identified it as a 2 + 1 seater. Spiders produced after February 1967 had a wooden-rimmed steering wheel and a wooden trim on the dashboard, as the Coupé\’s sister car had since its inception. Option lists for both models were limited to radio. , metallic paint, leather upholstery, and for the Spider a vinyl-covered hardtop with stainless steel roll-bar style finish.
The car was offered with an all-aluminum DOHC 2.0 L V6 mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. The same 2.0-liter engine was used in the mid-engined Ferrari-built Dino 206 GT, which was introduced in pre-production form at the Turin Motor S