1972 Dino 246 GT
03580 was built in March of 1972, and this left-hand drive U.S. version was delivered new to Bill Harrah's Modern Classic Motors of Reno, Nevada, equipped with air conditioning. The car's new owner, Bernie Stolzman of Santa Monica, CA would receive the Dino on October 4th 1972. This particular 1972 Dino 246 GT was originally finished in a very unique color combination of Marrone Dino Metallizzato paint over Sabbia leather interior.
The next owner on record was Lynn Jorgensen of Malibu, California, in 1981. Mrs. Jorgensen owned the car for over 30 years before it came into the ownership of its last owner. Under his direction, the car was sent to Fast Cars LTD of Redondo Beach, California, for a full restoration. The car was refinished in its original color combination, and nothing was overlooked in pursuit of bringing the Dino to as-new condition. Total cost for the project was nearly $225,000. Most importantly, receipts detailing the restoration process accompany the sale.
To many Tifosi, the Dino is indeed one of Ferrari's most compelling and exciting models and holds an important place in the marque's history. Beautiful from all angles and very exciting to drive, a well-restored Dino is a staple of many collections and a car that everyone should sample at least once in their lifetime. Beautifully restored in a highly compelling color combination, the Dino 246 GT presented here is sure to attract lots of attention wherever it goes and will proudly stand out among its peers.