Completely burned out and rusty Ferrari up for sale for £120k

A burnt-out Ferrari Dino from 1972 is up for sale at £120k, deemed the cheapest Dino on the market despite its scrapyard appearance.
A burnt-out Ferrari Dino from 1972 is up for sale at £120k, deemed the cheapest Dino on the market despite its scrapyard appearance.
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A completely burned out and rusty Ferrari has been put up for sale for a whopping £120k despite its trashed state.

The ‘Too Hot to Handle’ 1972 Ferrari 246GT Dino Project was an original car that was completely burned.

The original vehicle was kitted out with beige leather and was a Marrone Colorado colour.

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Buyers will receive a clear matching title and a Marcel Massini history report.

A burnt-out Ferrari Dino from 1972 is up for sale at £120k, deemed the cheapest Dino on the market despite its scrapyard appearance.
The burned out rusty Ferrari. (Picture: Jam Press)

In the images you can see that the once magnificent car looks like something that belongs on a scrapyard.

Now up for sale at a whopping £120K petrolheads have the chance to purchase the cheapest Dino on the market.

Gullwing Motor Cars, based in New York, USA have listed the car up for sale, as reported by Need To Know.

A burnt-out Ferrari Dino from 1972 is up for sale at £120k, deemed the cheapest Dino on the market despite its scrapyard appearance.
The burned out rusty Ferrari. (Picture: Jam Press)

The car dealership described the sale as: “This car clearly needs complete restoration, but the good news is that it’s certainly the cheapest one you will ever find.

“The Dino market is hot and shows no signs of cooling.

“An exciting opportunity to own an iconic 246GT Dino.

“This deal is on fire!”

A burnt-out Ferrari Dino from 1972 is up for sale at £120k, deemed the cheapest Dino on the market despite its scrapyard appearance.
The burned out rusty Ferrari. (Picture: Jam Press)

Petrolheads were shocked at the price of the burnt out and rusted motor.

Johnny Lang questioned: “£120,000 for that?

“I was thinking £30K for that or less.

“Basically unrestorable, someone is going to put it in their house as a sculpture.”

Randy Carlson jokingly asked: “Date codes on the tires?

“Any recent oil analysis?

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“How about paint metre readings?”

Phil Reed stated: “I love your optimism.”

Tom Nixon said: “What’s the mileage?”

Cristian Salvia stated: “A jewel in the making, just out of the volcanic stage.”

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