1971 saw the targa-roofed Dino 246 GTS added to the Dino lineup. The removable top added a dose of open-air to the Dino's superb chassis, and the extra bracing only added 44 pounds, making sure the driving experience remained unchanged. This Dino 246 GTS left the factory on September 11, 1973, and was delivered to William F. Harrah's distributorship and then on to Ron Tonkin showroom in Portland, Oregon. The car was then sold to Tonkin's cousin in San Francisco, who racked up 48,000 miles over two decades up and down California's legendary coastal roads. From there, it spent some time in Japan and then Switzerland, making this a well-traveled Dino. The car was originally finished in Giallo Fly yellow over a grey interior but has since been refinished in black. It also carries the all-important Ferrari Classiche certification, although the motor has been replaced with the correct in-period unit from another car. Well driven and ready for the road, this is a great starting point for classic Ferrari ownership.