Look at some of the more recent work that has gone through The Workshop
See a great Fiat Dino Deveopment and Testing film from 1968 on the Films
Some new entries have been added to the Films
The next installment of the Spider 2400 Restoration
blog is now available expaining in detail the repairs to the chassis.
We have started on the restoration of a Fiat Dino 2400 Spider - follow progress here: Spider 2400 Restoration
A new Film
has been added: Aida Rubio - Agora. Music Video (2012).
have been added: Mark il Poliziotto (1975), Kojak episode (1977), Italian Vodafone TV ad (2012).
A new Film
has been added: Emanuelle e Françoise le sorelline (1975).
Special for Friday the 13th... A mammoth report has been prepared after much work which details the replacement of the front-end during the comprehensive restoration of Fiat Dino Spider #726. See Front End Replacement.
After much work on the car and much work preparing the report and captions... here is the next installment of the Blog detailing the comprehensive restoration of Fiat Dino Spider #726. See Shell Restoration Commences. A-Post Area.
Here is the next installment of the Blog detailing the comprehensive restoration of Fiat Dino Spider #726. See Old Work Uncovered.
Blog detailing the comprehensive restoration of Fiat Dino Spider #726 carried out by ourselves here as TwentyFourHundred. See Spider Restoration.
A new book detailing the Dino 206GT, 246GT and 246GTS will be available mid-January 2012. "This book categorizes the road vehicles Ferrari Dino 206 GT / 246 GT / 246 GTS and documents the differences between each series, highlights their original features, and points out their unique Pininfarina design". See: Dino Book
4/10/2011 New look web-site officially launched! We hope you like the crisper, cleaner presentation of the site. Thanks to Jackie Skelton for the original design.
Welcome to Chris Hamilton with his superb red Fiat Dino Coupé 2400. See Your Cars
Longstone Tyres added to the Links
See the next part of Lincoln's Dinoplex adventure here: Dinoplex working
Pictures of the Fiat Dino colour "silver birch" (603) have been corrected. The colour is very light grey - the car almost looks white. See Fiat Dino Colours
More pictures of the Fiat Dino Spider 2400 silver (605) and black/blue combination have been added to the Fiat Dino Colours
page. Thanks to Patrick of Belgium!
The Fiat Dino Colours
page has been updated with some new colours that were originally available.
Happy New Year! Here is a short video of Lincoln's coupé going up the hill at Bardi (Italia) - Bardi Video 2010
The Dino Register Deutschland
is very active and during the year organise different interesting events that are always well attended. They also find time to write a kind of newsletter (but much more) of about 50 pages two times a year. The pages are packed with interesting articles both of histroic and more recent interest. Well done to all involved! You only need to understand German to appreciate it to the full!
These pictures show how similar the front-end of the various Moretti models are to the Fiat Dino Spider. They are (in order): Moretti Fiat 124 Coupé 4 seater, Moretti Fiat 124 Coupé 2+2, Moretti Fiat 124 Coupé 5 seater, Moretti Fiat 850 Coupé 2 seater.
See also the Engine
page which has some new pictures of engines and a list of all the different V 65° engines.
This "one-off" Fiat Dino Coupé "Daytona" was discovered in a barn by Walter after 30 years of collecting dust. The front lights come from a Rover 3500 Vanden Plas while the rear from a contemporary Ferrari. The bodywork was hand modified making for an interesting shape at both ends.
Read a write-up of the first Club Dino Italia metting
which took place at Lake Iseo in northern Italy on the 12th September 2010.
Pininfarina 330 GTC (1967) Displayed at the Brussels Motor Show of the same year and produced as a one-off. The rear part is very similar to the Dino.
See a new picture of the 206GT
during aerodynamic tests in 1966. See a new picture of Lualdi's 206SP
winning the first edition of the Trofeo Città di Orvieto 1966.
have been added.
While on holiday in the Alps I came across this little ceramic mug - quite appropriate for that shot of something warming in the cold evenings! (click on the image to enlarge it).
Welcome to Jonathan from Yorkshire with his recently restored Fiat Dino Coupé 2000. See Your Cars
French Dino For Sale - 9,000 euros. Contact Michel Loulergue: (33)05 55 66 20 88 or email@example.com. Michel says:
"For several years, I used this wonderful car as my only vehicle (I was a film producer, now retired), then I had several Rovers Vandenplas 3500 HDI, which were more roomy and comfortable for family use. I used the Dino as my second car during those years, until someone tried to steal it and broke the direction stand in the process. I then decided to store the Dino in a perfectly watertight barn, where the car was well covered and I would run the engine from time to time. This is how it was stored for the last 10 years. I just changed the direction stand and rebuilt as new the water pump. The car runs beautifully. The bodywork is impeccable, with the exception of two small points of corrosion at the bottom of the front wings. The car can be seen in the center of France near Aubusson 23200 (a very beautiful region with many old villages and castles)."
Look here: Diario Italiano
to see a very nice 2.4 Fiat Dino Spider I saw whilst on a weekend break in Liguria.
See "Brambilla" the wood venier specialist here: Diario Italiano
See some pictures and a video of the "Auto Italia" day here: Brooklands 2010
A trip to the "Concorso D'Eleganza" at Villa D'Este: Diario Italiano
See a trip to an interesting bodywork shop (Sonnino) in the Diario Italiano
Something for the younger Dino enthusiast! (click on the image to enlarge it).
Has anyone else noticed the similarity between the Fiat Dino Ginevra of 1968 and the Abarth Coupe Giugiaro 1600 of 1969? (click on the image to enlarge it).
The 156 F2 and 156 F1 models have been added to the Dino Models
section. I've completed another couple of jobs on my 2000 Coupé: Diario Italiano
. The Literature
section has been expanded and reorganised in date order.
The 166P and 166 F2 models have been added to the Dino Models
section. Catch up with some maintenance on my 2000 Coupé: Diario Italiano
There is a new section called Dino Models
which includes many interesting pictures. The Events
section has been updated with the 2010 event dates.
Welcome to the web-site Brian Boxall whose comprehensive and interesting Dino ownership write-up can be seen here: Your Cars
Happy New Year! Thanks to Tobias Punzmann for informing us of the French/German tv series which features a silver 2400 Coupe. See the Films
section for a picture and clip of the series. You can also find the Italian film "Cuore matto... matto da legare" (1967) in the same section.
See the various fuel filter configurations used across the various versions. See Technical
A warm welcome Darran Crawford to the Your Cars
Another day, another autojumble. This time at Novegro, Milano: Diario Italiano
See a report on the biggest Italian Classic car event of the year: Diario Italiano
. Pictures and a description of the 1971 GIPSY Dino can be found here in the Models section.
A new entry in Diario Italiano
reporting on a trip to Piacenza to visit a fellow Dino owner.
Welcome Lorenzo Ferrari to the Your Cars
See Diario Italiano
for a look at a trip to the "Milano Classic Motors" autojumble.
You can see a new clip of a red 2000 Dino Spider in 1967 film titled "I Tigri Giovani" (The Young Tigers) in the Films
section. Thanks to Sigi Rachbaue for sending this clip in!
The new Fulda 205/70 R14 VR Tyres are on! See Diario Italiano
Link to Andrew Morris's hatrick of Coupès in Links
A new Events
section has been added with pictures and info about the Italian Car Day at Gaydon.
Craig Goodfellow's RHD Silver Coupé has been added to Your Cars
Rear Lights fixed and a few other small jobs done. See Diario Italiano
Fructis TV advert added to the Films
Some more interesting Dino Links
added as well as some of Your Cars
3/9/2009 Official Launch of the FiatDinoUK.com web site brought to you by TwentyFourHundred the Dino Specialists!.