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1972 Dino 246 GTS Series III [607E]

1972 Dino 246 GTS [607E] in Hart to Hart, TV Series, 1979-1984 IMDB Ep. pilot

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT — Made for: USA

1972 Dino 246 GTS Series III [607E]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle


ahight US

2009-05-14 15:40

[Image: 1dino1.2666.jpg] [Image: 1dino2.16.jpg] [Image: 1dino3.1892.jpg] [Image: 1dino4.3117.jpg] [Image: 1dino5.131.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2009-05-14 15:46:18

rpcm PT

2009-09-22 00:58

It's a 1972+ 3rd series.

jettalover US

2009-09-22 02:10

In the 5th thumbnail what is the small lever not being touched next to the stickshift.

HunterMan US

2009-10-24 04:14

I was able to find online one time, a complete list of the cars the Hart's used on the show. It listed Jonathan's Ferrari (used in the "Pilot" TV Movie only!) as a 1973 Red Ferrari Dino 246 GTS Convertible.

-- Last edit: 2009-10-24 04:16:17

rjluna2 US

2009-10-24 20:57

USA version due to sidemarker and amber indicator.

HunterMan US

2009-10-26 06:35

USA version of what...a Ferrari Dino, model? Does this supposedly change the year? I've read it was a '73 but some here say a '72.

rjluna2 US

2009-10-27 02:16

@HunterMan: This car is made for USA due to federal law requiring side markers both front and rear fender and amber turn signal whereas in Italy, they have repeater on the front fender only and white turn signal.

See /search.php?resultsStyle=asList&sortBy=0&make=Dino&model=246 .

-- Last edit: 2009-10-27 02:17:10

HunterMan US

2009-10-27 06:29

Ok, thanks for the info on the Dino being a USA model. But, what about the year? As I've said I've read info and acquired a list of cars used on the show (see full list on the general show page, under all the car pics for "Hart To Hart") and it says this Ferrari Dino was a 1973, not a 72. Which is it?


2009-11-01 04:42

Dino was sold as a separate Marque and never had a Ferrari badge.

jettalover the "small lever" in the thumbnail looks like a cigar lighter to me.

HunterMan US

2009-11-01 05:28

So what about the year? Was the Ferrari a 72 or a 73?


2009-11-01 05:37

HunterMan wrote So what about the year? Was the Ferrari a 72 or a 73?

It is not a Ferrari... [:kiki]

The way this site works is that the car is listed as the first year that the car "could be" in this case a 1972 unless and until someone has proof that it is another year.

-- Last edit: 2009-11-01 05:39:49

HunterMan US

2009-11-01 05:44

Maybe it wasn't a Ferrari, the list of the Hart's cars I acquired listed it as a 1973 Ferrari Dino. That's what I was going by. I was wondering if anyone can clarify, if it's a 72 or a 73.

HunterMan US

2012-09-04 07:24

Okay, I've looked online several places as well as bringing up tons of images and/or pictures of a 1972 and a 1973 Dino 246---and all of them list it as a Ferrari Dino. Sometimes in "slang" terms or a "quick" reference they were referred to as a "Dino"...but with the full actual model name I've not found anywhere that referred to the car as just a Dino. Ferrari was always included as well.

So, I know a few years ago here, tonkaTRACKER claimed that Dino never had a Ferrari badge...but from what I could find this is wrong. From what I found Ferrari manufactured the Ferrari Dino from 1968-1976---and the 1972 to 1973 models look exactly like Jonathan Hart's in the main pic above.

So, I think perhaps "Ferrari" needs to be added again to the model name of this car.

-- Last edit: 2012-09-04 07:35:46

tonkatracker US

2012-12-14 17:15

Dino was a brand for mid-engined, rear-drive sports cars produced by Ferrari from 1968 to 1976. Listing this as a Ferrari Dino 246 would be like listing a Corvette as a General Motors Chevrolet Corvette...

OneAgeingRocker IE

2018-02-08 22:55

Maranello Concessionares of London started badging these as Ferrari as a result of lagging sales in the late 70's. Dino was used again for the 308 GT4. Bit surprised that the car was featured in the opening credits only and never used in any episode of the entire series run.

993cc VA

2020-04-07 18:11

It wasn't Maranello of London who did that, Ferrari did that to all cars coming out of the factory. But that is irrelevant in this discusion because it only concerns the later 308 GT4 Dino not the 246 which was always just "Dino".

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