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1967 Ferrari 206 S Dino Drogo Spyder Arnold Meier, Zollikon, Switzerland

The prototype Dino 206 S was built in 1965 to be a contender for the 1966 2-liter sports car class. The engine was based on the earlier 1.6-liter Ferrari 166 P, enlarged to 2-liters and fitted with 3 Weber carburetors, which were replaced on later cars by Lucas fuel injection. Initially, Ferrari planned to produce 50 cars for homologation purposes, but industrial unrest in Italy halted the car’s production and only 18 were ever completed. Piero Drogo designed the body, and the cars were all built by his company, Carrozzeria Sports Cars. This Dino 206 S (chassis 028) is one of the last built. Its first owner, Eduardo Lualdi-Gabardi, a Ferrari customer since 1953, raced the car in the European Hill Climb championship and at the 1000-km race at Monza. After 1971, the car changed hands several times before being acquired by its current owner in 2014.
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1967 Ferrari 206 S Dino Drogo Spyder Arnold Meier, Zollikon, Switzerland