We are pleased to offer 1972 Dino 246 GTS s/n 04264. This 246 GTS is a 1972 USA production model and is a
well-documented three owner car. Very nicely restored during 1994 by Michael Sheehan’s European Auto Restoration.
Medium blue metallic with parchment leather, A.C., P.W.. Only 33,721 “no stories” miles. Has a detailed photo album
(with over 300 photos) of the restoration and all records from new. Complete with the original books, manuals, leather pouch,
original tool kit and fuses. Comes with the original sales invoice and lease contract from the first owner, the names and
addresses of the first two owners and copies of all the ads in the Ferrari Market Letter. Complete right down to the touch-up
paint supplied when restored. A “time capsule Ferrari.”
S/n 04264 GTS. 246 GTS. USA model. 1972 production.
New to Luigi Chinetti Motor Cars.
To Don Fong, Ferrari dealer for Atlanta, Georgia.
1972, sold new to Allen Wagner, College Park, Georgia.
1977,owned by Allen Wagner Jr., College Park, GA. Blue with tan interior, air and p/w. Per documents
with current owner, it had been sold new to Wagner by Donald W. Y. Fong.
1985, offered by C. Allen Wagner, Atlanta, GA.
“Metallic dark blue with parchment interior. 15,727 one owner miles.” (FML 1008).
Factory air, p/w, am/fm, 8-track. 16,200 miles.” (FML 1011).
1985, sold to Kenneth W. Frank, Buffalo, NY.
1990, 27 Oct.-24 Nov., offered in FML by Kenneth W. Frank, Buffalo, NY.
“Red with tan interior. 23,000 miles. $120,000.”
1992, purchased by current owner, Boulder, Colorado. The current owner is meticulous so the
inspection was very thorough.
1994, restored by Michael Sheehan’s European Auto Sales and Restoration, Inc. Bare metal paint.
New leather. Engine out service major service, transaxle overhauled. 04264 had a little less than 27,000 miles at the time of
1998, 8 Sept., spoke with the owner. He still has the 246 GTS s/n 04264. Gorgeous medium metallic blue
lacquer with new light tan leather. Now has about 28,000 miles.
2004, June, as per conversations with the owner: yes, he would like to sell the car. He keeps the car
at his home in Arizona and still has the photo album showing each step of the restoration and all service records since
the earth cooled.
The owner’s personal mechanic performed a full service on the Dino about a year ago, which included
adjusting the carbs. The car is in excellent shape but it is rarely driven other than to exercise it, so it is time to sell it.