Evaluation: US market car. The paint has a stone chip on the frunk lid. There are some repaired chips on the lower nose, and the Dino badge is aged. The rear trunk lid is misaligned. The engine compartment and underbody show some age and grime. The interior shows light wear from use. An order restoration that shows well as a driver’s car.
Bottom Line: This is a massive price that would have bought a concours-quality Dino with regular fenders and seats. It’s no fluke, however, as the better-preserved unrestored chairs and flares Dino at Gooding’s sale brought nearly a million dollars.