The Ferrari Dino was named after Enzo’s son who died at the young age of 24. The Dino has become one of the most collectable Ferraris of the 1970’s. They are a joy to drive, perfectly balanced with a light and nimble handling due to the V6 2.4 liter mid engined configuration.
This particular example is quite unique. It has the distinction of being a one owner since new, and is probably one of the only Dinos left that can make that claim. The owner purchased it new and took delivery in Europe then had it shipped to the US where it stayed in Santa Monica. It has never been rusted or damaged and is optioned with the very desirable “Chairs and Flares” package one of only approximately 90 cars that were so equipped with the Daytona style seats, flared wheel arches and 7 1/2″ Campagnolo magnesium wheels.