How much? If you have to ask...
A rare Ferrari previously owned by former F1 team boss Ross Brawn - and now the sport’s managing director - is being offered for sale by classic car dealer Hexagon Classics. The car is just one of 12 examples in the world.
The special 1974 open-top Dino features the famous ‘Flares’ package of factory-fitted 7½-inch sand-cast Campagnolo wheels with a wider track and flared wheelarches. This right-hand-drive car is also the penultimate model to be exported to the UK, further adding to its desirability.
Freshly re-painted in period Bianco Polo Park white and with just 24,000 miles it is in almost as-new condition and, according to the classic car dealer, represents a fantastic opportunity for collectors and enthusiasts.
As with all Dinos, power comes from a mid-mounted 195hp 2.4-litre V6 giving a top speed of 146mph. The car comes complete with the manufacturer’s order and associated invoices to Maranello Concessionaires, the original Concessionaires sales order and correspondence, operating handbook and parts book, handbook wallet and historical chassis file including marque specialist invoices. Ferrari has also issued it a Classiche certification.
It also features re-trimmed black leather seats to Daytona specification. When combined with the wheelarches and Campagnolo wheels in period, the factory-fitted package was known as ‘Chairs and Flares’.
“This is one very special Dino indeed," said Hexagon Classics chairman Paul Michaels. "Not only does it have a famous previous owner in the shape of Ross Brawn, but it is also one of the rarest in the world. The factory-fitted ‘Flares’ package is rightly highly desirable – those stunning Campagnolo wheels, wider track and, of course, flared arches, are subtle yet stunning additions to an already striking car.
“Factor in the retro-fitted Daytona seats, right-hand drive and its status as the penultimate Dino to be brought to the UK and you have a very collectable classic Ferrari. This is without doubt a wonderful opportunity to purchase one of the finest Dinos currently on sale anywhere.”
There’s no word price, but it’s probably a case of if you have to ask then you can’t afford it.
Source: Hexagon Classics