1969 Fiat Dino Spider 2400

1969 Fiat Dino Spider 2400

My car is a 1969 Fiat Dino Spider 2400. These cars were built 1967 through 1971 as a collaboration between Fiat and Ferrari. Ferrari designed the 2.4 liter double overhead cam V6 engine and Fiat gained the right to use this engine in a car they designed. This car is #28 of 424 ever built. There are approximately 35 Fiat Dino 2400's in North America. The Fiat Dino 2400's were built by Ferrari in Italy and badged as Fiats.

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Tom Vail says ... on Friday, Feb 10 at 5:54 PM

Where is your car located ? I am a serious buyer for it if you want to sell it. Contact me at tomvailjr@gmail.com

Andy Volgger says ... on Saturday, Nov 19 at 11:03 AM

Hello, I know i am late in the day but please tell me if the Dino is still with you and if you would possible part with it some day soon, OR even in a couple of years. I am looking exactly for this car and it has my favorite colour combination, Thanx

thomas says ... on Sunday, Jul 17 at 3:39 PM

is it a show car do you take it to car shows or fiat meets

thomas says ... on Sunday, Jul 17 at 3:36 PM

nice 69 fiat dino spider in black but red would look better how much are you going to sell it for.

Gerry Coleman says ... on Tuesday, May 12 at 12:28 AM

Hello Is your Fiat Dino Spider for sale? rgcoleman@comcast.net

Rino Weber says ... on Monday, Mar 24 at 2:14 PM

Hi, what a beautyfull spider! I'm looking for that model since a long time. Is it maybe for sale? Kind regards, Rino Weber, Switzerland rinoweber@vtxmail.ch

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