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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:1966
Numbers built:18
Designed by:Pierro Drogo Carrozzeria Sports Car
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:February 19, 2014
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Chassis 006 Supplied new to Colonel Ronnie J. Hoare's Marenello Concessionaires Racing Team, this was the third production 206 S Dino. It was raced all around Europe by the likes of Mike Parkes, David Piper and Mike Hailwood in the striking Maranello Concessionaires colours. Parkes achi>>>

Chassis 016 This 206 S Dino Spyder was acquired new by Scuderia Sant'Ambroeus for Edoardo Lualdi. He successfully campaigned the car in hillclimb events in Italy throughout the 1966 season. It subsequently passed through several hands and continued to be raced until the late 1960s. Amon>>>

Chassis 022 Completed in the summer of 1966, this 206 S Dino was sold to Clemente Ravetto with Spyder bodywork. He campaigned the car at select events, finishing second in the 1967 Monte Pellegrino hill-climb. It was then sold Pietro lo Piccolo at the start of the 1968 season. He raced >>>

Chassis 026 Early in 1967, this 206 S Dino was sold directly by the factory to Scuderia Filipinetti. The Swiss privateer fielded the car in the Sebring 12 Hours, where it failed to finish with suspension failure and the Nürburgring 24 Hours, where it suffered considerable fire dama>>>

Chassis 032 The final 206 S Dino produced, chassis 032 is believed to have been sold new to Vincenzo Arcuri. He had the car road registered and apparently never raced it in period. It subsequently passed through the hands of noted collectors like Corrado Cuppelini, Piere Bardinon, Rober>>>

  Article Image gallery (70) Chassis (5) Specifications