Every time we talk about Ferrari we cannot avoid that come to mind mythic patterns as the Testarossa F40. However, the model that I bring in these lines is much more special. This is the only prototype of the Ferrari Dino 206 P Berlinetta Speciales, which the firm introduced in the year 1965. In addition, this model is also special because its name is due to the eldest son of Enzo Ferrari, Alfredo Dino Ferrari, who died at 24 years of age.
This prototype is one of the most important pieces of Museum of Le Mans since 1967, the moment in which was given by Sergio Pininfarina, with the permission of Enzo Ferrari. This prototype was equipped with the engine Dino with two liters of cubicaje and six cylinders in v of 65 degrees. If placed in longitudinal position and surrendered a power close to the 200 hp. However, the Dino GT production finally chose to mount it in settings cross.
The note of today with respect to this curious model puts the auction house in French Artcurial. The reason is that this prototype Ferrari Dino 206 P Berlinetta Speciale could be auctioned in the next Salon Retromobile that will take place next month February. Your price could reach figures stratospheric as it is one of the few prototypes that have never had an owner the fifty years of life that has.
Hopefully Artcurial confirm the catalog with the total number of lots that will be for sale, as well as the products that will go on each one of them. If it is confirmed and finally auction this sole prototype was to become one of the more coveted pieces of the Salon Retromobile and could snatch the title of vehicle is more expensive sold in Europe Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti achieved in the edition 2016.