This car is a M-Type 246 GT with the enlarged 2418cc V6. The 246 also had a steel body (instead of aluminium like the 206) and a 60mm longer wheelbase than the 206. This car was built at the end of 1970 and its journey started in Italy, before being exported to Belgium in 1971. In 1979, it was exported to the UK where it stayed until 2006. Then it was exported again to Sweden. In 2018 it ended up in the Netherlands where it is now offered to you by Classic Park.
The car is finished in a stunning Giallo Senape, one of only 64 to ever be finished in this colour. At some point in its life the car had an extensively documented “body-off” restoration and was painted Ferrari red. The last owner restored the car back into its original colour. The car has a very complete history and comes with an official Ferrari Heritage Certificate. 246 GT’s are rare to start with, but another one in this colour in this condition will be nearly impossible to find.
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