This Fiat Dino Spider shows its clean lines as the bumpers, both front and rear, have been removed. Now, we think that somehow the Dino Spider doesn’t look “complete” without them: better put them on. On the other hand, the car is equipped with its original and valuable hardtop.
Apart from the lack of the bumpers (which could also come with the car: the seller doesn’t mention them) this car looks good even with the prancing horse on the front grille: we hate such habit as it only has the effect to underline the “wannabe” attitude. The engine bay looks good but the original air filter box has been replaced with a period aftermarket – and quite rare – performance air filter: we suppose that it’s a Supersprint.
Interiors too looks nice: the dashboard looks original (with the exception of the aftermarket steering wheel) and the seats look like new. Greece is basically a dry country so, if this car has been stored for 20 years as the seller says, it wouldn’t give great headaches to the new owner. Find it for sale at €38,500 (today $52,000) here in Psychiko (!!!), Greece.