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For Sale 1967 Fiat Dino 2.0 Coupe

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  1. 19633500GT

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    #1 19633500GT, Aug 12, 2019
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    I am listing my 1967 Fiat Dino 2.0 Coupe I co-own with my best friend Nick.

    Car # 135AC0001463, she comes with a Fiat Certificate of Origin and has had extensive work done over the last 4 years. We bought her after a full glass out, to the metal respray in a gorgeous Alfa Rossa 130 Variant D. Nick has been finishing up a few odds and ends, and I am listing it here before eventually going to BaT if it doesn't find a home within a reasonable amount of time. We obviously intend to fully detail before more photos, but for now, to get a gist.

    She sits with Nick at his home in Colfax, CA. We are asking $48,900 for her or best offer.

    Other work includes:

    Just Dashes- CA- Restored the two pieces of the dash, the glove box and cover, and the center console: $3,500 bill for that

    Central Texas Custom Car Shop did the body and paint. It was stripped to 100% bare metal, and all body work was completed: $16,000+ bill for that. It is painted Alfa Romeo Rossa 130 Variant D.

    All of the wheels have been blasted and refinished

    Mileage is at 12,719kms (our assumption is that is 112K's) so roughly, 69,000 miles or so

    The engine has even compression, and doesn’t smoke. Carbs have been rebuilt and finishing the tune currently. The brakes have been resealed and now work well. Transmission shifts smoothly and is not clunky.

    Tach was redone by Palo Alto Speedometer in CA (the best gauge shop in the US imho)

    Recent electrical and tuning work at a shop outside Colfax, another $1K+ spent here

    The Koni shocks have very few miles on them and are like new

    Freshly re-chromed front bumper, and many of the other brightwork is either re-done, or in excellent condition. There is no rust, this is a sorted car.

    The exhaust is a 3-into-1, headers back system

    This is an early Dino, #1463, so not a Dinoplex car, just simple coil/points ignition system

    The interior is in excellent condition, and original. Many seals, gaskets and rubber stripping has been redone. The glass was all taken out for the body and paint, and is all resealed now. We purchased an original steering wheel and leather cover too.

    It is a nicer end, driver quality Dino. Not a 100 point car, but a car with fresh paint, sorted mechanicals, and an excellent interior.

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    Great looking car Ken! I think I'm one of the few that likes this body style better than the spider.

    I know that Just Dashes is pricey, but how happy were you with their work? Is it pretty close to indistinguishable from OEM? Fwiw, I have an Alfa Montreal and will need to have the dash repaired as well as the tri-fold panel under the rear glass that covers up the under hatch storage (someone cut holes in it for 6x9 speakers back in the day).

    Glws.
     
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    Thanks Mark. Me too. Never been a big Spider fan. Had a few Coupes and the body style is preferred IMO on looks.

    We’re happy with the dash, though the “scale” was probably hard to replicate to OEM. It seems a TEENY bit bigger than stock, but besides that excellent.

    Thanks for the kind words.
     
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    PS

    New shift knob, shift boot cover, horn button ordered for her. In the mail now and Nick will be installing.

    Currently tuning and dialing her in.

    Better idea of paint color here too

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    Still looking for a new home, and open to discussing the price point.

    Thanks, happy Friday.
     
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    Price drop on our Dino to $45,750
     

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