Pretty much down to the last of the fiberglass. The 206 is much more difficult than the 246 to get all the various fiberglass pieces out.
Not much left to take off, as all the suspension, brakes etc were removed today along with the steering rack.. Many differenced between a 206 and 246. The fiberglass looks much more difficult to remove, I guess I’ll find out soon! Removing the suspension is kind of a milestone as it will need to go on a rotisserie or cart.
I have all the the doors and lids disassembled and off the car and at the media blaster for blasting and metal etch primer. These doors are a lot lighter than a 246, being aluminum skinned.
I spent some time on my 206 today taking it apart to get it ready for body work and paint. I thought the 246 motors were tight in getting out, the 206 motor is really tight and in after thought it would of been much easier to remove the bell housing first.. Live and learn. Anyways it’s out and will get a complete rebuild. The doors and all the lids are off and were delivered to the media blaster today. The gas tanks and fuel pumps were removed. There is quite a bit of difference between 206 and 246. I would like to get it on a rotisserie but I only have 2 and both in use. I think Grigio Ferro Metallizzato will be stunning on the 18th 206 made.
I had a few spare hours today so we took a few parts off my 206 to try and move it along. It has been sitting for awhile as I’ve had to work on other Dino’s. It’s going to be repainted to Grigio Ferro Metallizzato!
I brought it to cars and and coffee where Dino was the featured marque. About 7 or 8 nice Dino’s there.
The Ferrari Heritage certificate shows this car was delivered in Rosso Chiarro. This car has a lot of the impossible to find parts.