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Fiat Ducato 2.0 LTR

FACTS

1967

CONSTRUCTION YEAR

GHIA

DESIGNERS

6 cylinders

1,988 CC

160 hp

ENGINE

7,650

NUMBER OF PIECES

1966 - 1972

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STORY

The Fiat Dino Coupe is a sports car produced by Fiat in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The history of the Fiat Dino Coupe is closely linked to the development of the Ferrari Dino.

In the 1960s, Enzo Ferrari introduced the name "Dino" to commemorate his son Alfredo "Dino" Ferrari, who died young. The Dino cars were named after Alfredo Ferrari, who was instrumental in the development of V6 engines. The first Ferrari with such a V6 engine was the 206 GT, which was introduced in 1968.

At the same time, in the late 1960s, Fiat developed a 2.0-litre V6 engine for racing use. In order to achieve homologation for participation in the Formula 2 racing series, a certain number of road cars had to be produced with the engine. This led to a collaboration between Ferrari and Fiat.

The Fiat Dino Coupe, introduced in 1967, was the result of this collaboration. The car had a 2.0-litre V6 engine developed by Ferrari.

The Fiat Dino Coupe remains a sought-after classic for car enthusiasts today, particularly due to its exceptional design and its connection to Ferrari through its V6 engine.

PERSONAL STORY

This Dino Coupe has always been at home in Europe. Its path took it from Italy to Belgium, then to Styria to a well-known Fiat collector.

We acquired this coupe from him for our extensive Fiat collection.

The dinosaur was completely restored in Belgium.

The 2.0 Coupe is a milestone in the Italian group's styling, which also appeals to younger collectors with its very modern yet classic design.

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