One of only 35 Dinos ever finished in this medium-green metallic exterior. Desirable european specification, originally delivered in Italy, highly original, single ownership for over 35 years. Offered with books, tools, and extensive records/history file. Documented by ferrari historian Marcel Massini. Cromodora wheels, instrumentation in kilometers, and manual windows. Sold new to first owner, a resident of Como. Exported to U.S. in 1976, sold to a Dana Point, CA resident, remaining in the second owner’s care for over 35 years. Last service circa 1988 and road tested at 78,229 kms (48,609 miles) by European Auto Restoration, Inc in CA, and received its final registration in 1990 before being tucked away and forgotten in a CA garage. Stored for 25 years, this remarkable Dino is in largely untouched condition. Large portion of the original factory paintwork is still present, with a few minor areas of blending and touch-up evident. U.S.-spec side-marker lights on the rear quarter panels are presumed to be added when the car arrived stateside in the mid-1970s. Interior retains factory-original beige leather, and the body number (1272) is stamped on the rear trunk hinges and the coolant reservoir-mounting tab, and is also written in chalk on the rear trunk panel. Deserving candidate for either a high-point concours restoration or, for the preservation minded, a sympathetic mechanical recommissioning. Has been checked over and the engine started. Can be driven to be moved a short distance but will require a thorough service before driven on the road. A rare original color scheme and sporting European specifications, this example presents a great opportunity.