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Concours d’Élegance Paleis Het Loo 2016 Will Honor Dinos

Posted by on Jan 1, 2016

The now famous Concours d’Élegance Paleis Het Loo in Apeldoorn (Netherlands) has been announced for July 2nd & 3rd, 2016 – with the Dino being one of the themes. Paleis Het Loo is lcated at Koninklijk Park 1, 7315 JA Apeldoorn, NETHERLANDS. Contact +31 578 51116 (Phone) or  http://www.concourselegance.com/concours-delegance-2/what-is-it-all-about/ The Concours d’élégance Paleis Het Loo is not just a concours anymore. With the sprint of pre-war racecars, a royal fair, the palace museum, lots of food and drink and the International Concours cars displayed at the Basse-Court of the Royal Palace, it is an unprecedented automotive feast. The Dino is going to be one of the themes of the Concours d’Élegance 2016 and for the International Concours a class specifically dedicated to the Dino 206/246 GT and 246 GTS shall be judged, among others, by the great Dino connoisseur Matthias...

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“Not a Question of if, but When.”

Posted by on Jun 10, 2015

Autocar Magazine created quite a stir in the news recently when it quoted Fiat Leader Sergio Marchionne as saying a new Ferrari Dino was a certainty. His comment  “not a question of if, but when” left no room for doubt that Maranello has plans to further expand their product line. Marchionne took care to elaborate that a new Dino wouldn’t be “cheap”. Perhaps this added statement is an attempt to calm the fears of many loyal Tifosi who worry that an affordable Ferrari would dilute the marque and drag it down market. In theory, a new Dino would target the Porsche 911 as its’ predecessor did nearly 40 years ago. One could assume by that logic that the new Ferrari Dino would fall somewhere near the $240,000 mark. Marchionne went on to address the concerns of Ferrari expanding its’ production numbers even higher by...

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Dino Ferraris Highlighted at the Techno Classica Essen

Posted by on Mar 31, 2014

Techno Classica Essen, Germany, the biggest classic car show of the world opened its doors at the end of March for 26th time, from March 26-30, 2014. More than 1250 exhibitors came from around the world to be there and presented 2500 cars in 20 halls and 120 000 sq/m.  About sixty Ferrari were scattered about the Salon, and we could find three 365 GTC! The s/n 12019, the 1969 Bruxelles Show car, was for sale by Ferrari Eberlein Kassel, with also a beautiful 1971 Dino 246 Rosso Dino, a 1974 yellow Dino 246 GTS, a 1976 gold Dino 308 GT4 with two tone tan and brown interior, a 1959 grey with green interior 250 GT coupe Pinin Farina, a 1965 red 275 GTS, a 1969 yellow 365 GTB/4 ‘plexi nose’ and a 1990 red Testarossa. German E.Thiesen Automobile offered...

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