History: A USA version E-Series LHD Dino GT, produced on February 11, 1972 and delivered new to Chinetti-Garthwaite Imports in Paoli, Pennsylvania. Then sold to the official authorized Ferrari dealer Knautz Continental Autos in Lake Forest, Illinois. In March of 1972, it is sold to its first registered owner.
In 1975, the Dino GT is residing in Southern California. It stays in Southern California with the next three owners. It receives a comprehensive bare shell restoration from 2012-2014. Featured in European Car Magazine in February 2015.
Condition: Completely restored in 2012-2014 by Dino Restorations in Escondido, California at a cost in excess of $250,000. A full photo album of the restoration process and the written receipts. Engine and transaxle rebuild by Patrick Ottis Ferrari Service in Berkeley, California, with receipts for $65,000
Final tune and detailing by Chris Dugan in Oceanside, California. One of the finest examples of a 246 GT Dino one could hope to find. Then $23,000 of service and attention to details completed in the summer of 2022 at Grand Prix Classics. Approximately 2,400 miles since restoration.