1969 Fiat Dino 2400 Spider


1969 Fiat Dino 2400 Spider

1969 Fiat Dino 2400 Spider

In 1969 the joint Dino project by Ferrari and Fiat was completely revised including a new cast iron, 2.4-litre engine that powered the Fiat Dino 2400 Spider.

Production of the 2400 was moved over to Ferrari for the 2.4-liter cars where the “Fiats” were produced directly alongside the Dino 246 by Ferrari staff.

Only 424 of the Ferrari built Fiat Dino Spiders were produced.

In Detail

tags 2.4
submitted by Richard Owen
type Racing Car
built at Modena, Italy
coachbuilder Pininfarina
displacement 2418 cc / 147.56 in³
power 132.7 kw / 178 bhp @ 6600 rpm
specific output 73.61 bhp per litre
torque 215.6 nm / 159 ft lbs @ 4600 rpm
r suspension Independent w/Coil Springs

Auction Sales History

1969 Fiat Dino 2400 Spider

1972 Fiat Dino Spider 2,4L 1466 – sold for €152,576. This beautiful Dino Spider on offer, with the 2.4-litres Ferrari engine, was sold new in France and belonged to Jacques Trouillard for many years. Auction Source: Rétromobile 2015 by Artcurial Motorcars
1969 Fiat Dino 2400 Spider
1971 FIAT Dino 2.4 Spyder 1258 – sold for €138,000. One of the 424 examples produced, delivered new in France. Delivered new in dark blue and first registered on 18th June 1971 in France, this FIAT Dino Spyder was previously owned by the well-known French politician Dr. André Lacroix, who at different times occupied the posts of Conseiller Municipal de Thionville, Conseiller General de Moselle and Conseiller Regional de Lorraine. Purchased by Lacroix on 18th April 1980, the car was fully rebuilt (engine and bodywork) by Garage Francorchamps, Brussels between 1985 and 1990 (see invoices totalling circa BEF 400,000 and full photographic record on file). The odometer currently displays a total of only 13,422 kilometres and this beautiful and rarest of the FIAT Dino Spyders from long term private ownership is presented in concours condition, sporting blue coachwork with an immaculate burgundy interior. Auction Source: 2015 Les Grandes Marques du Monde au Grand Palais