A modern-day homage to the 70’s classic Ferrari Dino, the JH Classics DGT306 is a production car platform
which has been transformed with composite bodywork, upgraded engine and detailed aesthetics into a classic
styled car with modern performance and safety.
Built in 2016, DGT25W, was the 25th car built by John using an MR2 Mk2 donor car. The car was built to a very
detailed spec to satisfy the requirements of the original customer, an avid Ferrari driver himself.
The engine used was a low mileage 3 Litre V6 Toyota Camry engine mated to a 6-paddle high performance
clutch and lightweight Fidanza flywheel delivering c200BHP and 0-60 in c6s. The car’s performance was further
enhanced by fully adjustable HSD competition coil over dampers, competition drop links, fully poly bushed
suspension, vented brake discs with ABS braking and braded brake lines and a high-performance aluminium
The stainless-steel exhaust with four slash back tail pipes finishes off the performance enhancements
and delivers an awesome, powerful deep exhaust note that can be heard across the rev range. All in all,
performance and handling are significantly better than the original Dino.
The eye catching classic look and feel is delivered by the simply beautiful Blue Metallizzato paint (which has
been ceramic coated to provide long lasting protection and easy maintenance), Cromodora chrome 16 x 7
wheels, stainless steel polished bumpers, and ample chrome external trim including Dino original wing mirrors
and rear number plate light.
The attention to detail and classic feel continues inside the cabin with specially commissioned Blenheim ochre
wool tailored and edged carpets and mats, full leather interior including Daytona seats, with matching door
cards, and fluted rear bulkhead panel. The polished three spoke prototipo steering wheel and boss in chrome
with wood trim, chromed slider heater controls to original specification, chrome rimmed instruments and
polished H gate gearshift really make you feel you are driving in a rare classic icon. The car also comes with air
conditioning (a rare extra in the original Dinos and signified by three as opposed to two dashboard vents),
Targa top with panels trimmed in black vinyl for that open top driving feeling, electric windows, central locking
and stereo with quadraphonic speakers.
The engine has recently had a full overhaul including new head gaskets, water pump and timing belt, new
radiator and coolant change, oil change and new fuel filter. The car is rust free and fully undersealed. The car is
MOT’d until July 2021 with 46k miles, only 5k miles added since it was completed in 2015. Low maintenance,
insurance premiums and vehicle tax make this an affordable weekend or daily driver