Fiat Dino 2400 Coupe's history

Fiat Dino 2400 Coupe, 1970 - with Ferrari engine: 



Fiat Dino has a surname in honor of Enzo Ferrari's son Fernadino - called Dino, who died of leukemia in 1956. He helped develop a 6-cylinder V engine intended for Formula 2 racing. It was finished in the mid 60's and was used in the (Ferrari) Dino 206.

Ferrari produced a model called Dino 206 and Dino 246, Fiat produced two models Fiat Dino Spider and Fiat Dino Coupe.

The Fiat Dino Coupe was designed by Bertone in 1967.

In 1969, the models were revised and upgraded to the 2.4 liter engine and this Coupe model has produced 2,398 cars at Ferrari's factory in Maranello.

The car has a 2.4 liter engine with 180 HP DIN, it has 3 dual Weber carburetors. It can run 210 km / h - and then there is the sound; it sounds like a Ferrari from that time should sound ……… ..

The car cost in 1970 approx. DKK 140,000 or DKK 30,000 more than a Jaguar E ………


This car is in original condition and it has been driven ca. 80,000 km from new.

The car has been featured in many European magazines due to its beautiful condition: Classic & Sports Car, Supercar Classics and Old Car, also in Bilmagasinet and on Bilmagasinet TV and can be seen on  


  1. Rome, Italy where it was owned by an antique dealer 1970 to 1987
  2. Richard Banks, UKs premier finder of mint or rust-free Alfa Romeo, FIAT, Maserati cars which he restored to mint condition 1987 - 1989.
  1. Chris Taylor, England 1989 - 1999
  2. Neil Vaughn - 2/5/1999 to 15/02/2000
  3. Tony Roswell 2000 to 2003 (Note from Tony: car won a National Italian car day concours. "All I did was wash it".
  4. Roger Neate - 15/2/2003 to 26/3/2003
  5. Knud Wilken-Jensen - Denmark, 2003 to 2008
  6. Klaus Baagøe-Nielsen - Denmark 2008 to 2020
  7. Keven Baines England - September 2020 ... 


Arrival in England after the boat trip.