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~エムオート ショームールより~
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温かい紅茶が恋しい季節がやってきましたね♪
本日、11月1日は「紅茶の日」だそうです。
紅茶ポリフェノールは、インフルエンザ予防や健康・美容に役立つ成分が含まれており、健康志向のお客様におすすめしたいお飲み物です。
Ferrariを見ながら、優雅なひと時を過ごし下さい・・・バリエーション豊富な紅茶をご用意しております(^^)/
また今月の限定お飲み物は、ミルクをたっぷりと注いだ「ほうじ茶ラテ」です☆
新刊の“Ferrari MAGAZINE”と共にお楽しみ下さい!
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皆様のご来店を心よりお待ちしております。
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#ferrari #ferrarilife #ferrarilifestyle #showroom #ferrarimagazine #フェラーリ #ショウルーム #エムオート #エムオートイタリア #季節のドリンク #おもてなし #広島
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    ~エムオート ショームールより~
    .
    温かい紅茶が恋しい季節がやってきましたね♪
    本日、11月1日は「紅茶の日」だそうです。
    紅茶ポリフェノールは、インフルエンザ予防や健康・美容に役立つ成分が含まれており、健康志向のお客様におすすめしたいお飲み物です。
    Ferrariを見ながら、優雅なひと時を過ごし下さい・・・バリエーション豊富な紅茶をご用意しております(^^)/
    また今月の限定お飲み物は、ミルクをたっぷりと注いだ「ほうじ茶ラテ」です☆
    新刊の“Ferrari MAGAZINE”と共にお楽しみ下さい!
    .
    皆様のご来店を心よりお待ちしております。
    .
    #ferrari #ferrarilife #ferrarilifestyle #showroom #ferrarimagazine #フェラーリ #ショウルーム #エムオート #エムオートイタリア #季節のドリンク #おもてなし #広島

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  • 1974 #Ferrari Dino 246 GTS by Scaglietti 📸 #EBCo .

Built in May 1974, very near the end of production, the American-market Dino 246 GTS offered here was delivered new to a New York-area architect, Charles D. Flayhan. Finished in Rosso Chiaro over beige leather with Daytona seats, the Dino remained with its Flayhan for more than a dozen years before being acquired by the current and only second owner in 1989. Copies of their correspondence corroborate the exceedingly low mileage the car had nearly 30 years ago when the current owner acquired it. Its two owners tallied up a mere 8,300 miles over the last 44 years, which makes this certainly one of the lowest-mileage Dinos in existence, and certainly one of the lowest-mileage and unrestored examples.

Most recently, Ferrari Classiche certification was completed in 2017 and confirms that its Scaglietti coachwork is as it left the factory in 1974. Its engine is the numbers-matching, original unit fitted with a trio of Weber downdraft carburetors. The original five-speed manual transmission remains fitted as well. In 2016, the 246 GTS was treated to over $55,000 worth of mechanical maintenance, including a suspension freshening by Ferrari experts at Classic Coach of Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Interestingly, as one of the last 246 GTS models produced, this car would have been the only two-seat offering available at Chinetti’s dealership in Greenwich, Connecticut, aside from the Daytona. For someone looking to complete Ferrari’s offering from the Fall of 1974, this exceptionally original Dino is just such a car. It was most certainly ready to be driven and shown by its new owner, only the third in over 40 years.

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SOLD for $401,000 US. .

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  • 1974 #Ferrari Dino 246 GTS by Scaglietti 📸 #EBCo .

    Built in May 1974, very near the end of production, the American-market Dino 246 GTS offered here was delivered new to a New York-area architect, Charles D. Flayhan. Finished in Rosso Chiaro over beige leather with Daytona seats, the Dino remained with its Flayhan for more than a dozen years before being acquired by the current and only second owner in 1989. Copies of their correspondence corroborate the exceedingly low mileage the car had nearly 30 years ago when the current owner acquired it. Its two owners tallied up a mere 8,300 miles over the last 44 years, which makes this certainly one of the lowest-mileage Dinos in existence, and certainly one of the lowest-mileage and unrestored examples.

    Most recently, Ferrari Classiche certification was completed in 2017 and confirms that its Scaglietti coachwork is as it left the factory in 1974. Its engine is the numbers-matching, original unit fitted with a trio of Weber downdraft carburetors. The original five-speed manual transmission remains fitted as well. In 2016, the 246 GTS was treated to over $55,000 worth of mechanical maintenance, including a suspension freshening by Ferrari experts at Classic Coach of Elizabeth, New Jersey.

    Interestingly, as one of the last 246 GTS models produced, this car would have been the only two-seat offering available at Chinetti’s dealership in Greenwich, Connecticut, aside from the Daytona. For someone looking to complete Ferrari’s offering from the Fall of 1974, this exceptionally original Dino is just such a car. It was most certainly ready to be driven and shown by its new owner, only the third in over 40 years.

    Exclusively Marketed by #EliteBrandsCo
    SOLD for $401,000 US. .

    #Ferrari #FerrariLovers #FerrariClub #FerrariMagazine #SocialMediaMarketing #Branding #BrandAwareness #InfluencerMarketing #Photoshoot #CommercialPhotoshoot #Storyteller .

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  •  1,099  0  26 September, 2019
  • Have you picked up the newest issue of @enzomagazinefrance ? Read all about why @autocave__ is the ultimate storage solution for car collections and collectors.
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  • 1974 #Ferrari Dino 246 GTS by Scaglietti 📸 #EBCo .

Built in May 1974, very near the end of production, the American-market Dino 246 GTS offered here was delivered new to a New York-area architect, Charles D. Flayhan. Finished in Rosso Chiaro over beige leather with Daytona seats, the Dino remained with its Flayhan for more than a dozen years before being acquired by the current and only second owner in 1989. Copies of their correspondence corroborate the exceedingly low mileage the car had nearly 30 years ago when the current owner acquired it. Its two owners tallied up a mere 8,300 miles over the last 44 years, which makes this certainly one of the lowest-mileage Dinos in existence, and certainly one of the lowest-mileage and unrestored examples.

Most recently, Ferrari Classiche certification was completed in 2017 and confirms that its Scaglietti coachwork is as it left the factory in 1974. Its engine is the numbers-matching, original unit fitted with a trio of Weber downdraft carburetors. The original five-speed manual transmission remains fitted as well. In 2016, the 246 GTS was treated to over $55,000 worth of mechanical maintenance, including a suspension freshening by Ferrari experts at Classic Coach of Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Interestingly, as one of the last 246 GTS models produced, this car would have been the only two-seat offering available at Chinetti’s dealership in Greenwich, Connecticut, aside from the Daytona. For someone looking to complete Ferrari’s offering from the Fall of 1974, this exceptionally original Dino is just such a car. It was most certainly ready to be driven and shown by its new owner, only the third in over 40 years.

Exclusively Marketed by #EliteBrandsCo 
SOLD for $401,000 US. .

#Ferrari #FerrariLovers #FerrariClub #FerrariMagazine #SocialMediaMarketing #Branding #BrandAwareness #InfluencerMarketing #Photoshoot #CommercialPhotoshoot #Storyteller .

Copyright © #EliteBrandsCo 👀
LINKS IN BIO
  • 1974 #Ferrari Dino 246 GTS by Scaglietti 📸 #EBCo .

    Built in May 1974, very near the end of production, the American-market Dino 246 GTS offered here was delivered new to a New York-area architect, Charles D. Flayhan. Finished in Rosso Chiaro over beige leather with Daytona seats, the Dino remained with its Flayhan for more than a dozen years before being acquired by the current and only second owner in 1989. Copies of their correspondence corroborate the exceedingly low mileage the car had nearly 30 years ago when the current owner acquired it. Its two owners tallied up a mere 8,300 miles over the last 44 years, which makes this certainly one of the lowest-mileage Dinos in existence, and certainly one of the lowest-mileage and unrestored examples.

    Most recently, Ferrari Classiche certification was completed in 2017 and confirms that its Scaglietti coachwork is as it left the factory in 1974. Its engine is the numbers-matching, original unit fitted with a trio of Weber downdraft carburetors. The original five-speed manual transmission remains fitted as well. In 2016, the 246 GTS was treated to over $55,000 worth of mechanical maintenance, including a suspension freshening by Ferrari experts at Classic Coach of Elizabeth, New Jersey.

    Interestingly, as one of the last 246 GTS models produced, this car would have been the only two-seat offering available at Chinetti’s dealership in Greenwich, Connecticut, aside from the Daytona. For someone looking to complete Ferrari’s offering from the Fall of 1974, this exceptionally original Dino is just such a car. It was most certainly ready to be driven and shown by its new owner, only the third in over 40 years.

    Exclusively Marketed by #EliteBrandsCo
    SOLD for $401,000 US. .

    #Ferrari #FerrariLovers #FerrariClub #FerrariMagazine #SocialMediaMarketing #Branding #BrandAwareness #InfluencerMarketing #Photoshoot #CommercialPhotoshoot #Storyteller .

    Copyright © #EliteBrandsCo 👀
    LINKS IN BIO

  •  1,099  0  26 September, 2019