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1968 Dino (Ferrari) 206 GT Serial Number 00160

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Lead photograph of 1968 Dino (Ferrari) 206 GT Serial Number 00160

Specifications

Make   Dino (Ferrari) Model   206 GT
Year   1968 Serial #   00160
Engine #    VIN   
Engine Type   236B Chassis Type   607
Build Sequence #   30 Number Built   152
Body Type   Berlinetta Body Builder   Scaglietti
First Owner   Italy Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   Oregon

Features

1968 Euro model 206 GT. 30th of 152 production 206 GTs built. Alloy body, short wheel base chassis, alloy engine block and cylinder heads. Light and nimble. The best looking of the 206–246 GT & GTS series. One owner for twenty–one years. Runs and drives well. Excellent syncros. Good original vinyl seats. Very nice body. Very good older paint. Very few 206 GTs were imported. The most collectable of the 206–246 GT & GTS series.

History

S/n 00160 GT. 206 GT. 1968 production date. The 30th production 206 GT built.

1977, with J. Doonan in Rockville, MD. Orange/black. For sale.

1977–?? with Dave Newton in O’Fallon, IL.

1984, June, in Washington State. Red/black. For sale.

198?–86 with Tom Black in Lake Oswego, OR. Repainted Fly Yellow while with Tom Black.

1986, May sold to current owner, Gladstone OR.

1987, January, engine rebuilt by Dick Guthrie at ATD, 1015 S.E. Main, Portland, OR, 97214. Invoice # 1126. As per detailed breakdown, engine @ $4200; clutch @ $840; Machine work @ $490.00 and parts at $2,975.18. Total $8,505.18 Mileage 70,164 kms.

1988, gearbox rebuilt, cam cover re–sealed, by Ron Tonkin Gran Turismo, 426 N.E. 102nd, Portland, OR. 97220. Invoice # 17861. $6,224.59 Mileage 74,345 kms.

2003, 20 May, new fuse box and relay board made up by Dick Guthrie at ATD, 1015 S.E. Main, Portland, OR, 97214. $1,520 labor plus parts for a total of $1,795.00.

2007, November, on consignment with Mike Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.

Note: The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.