This years Padova Classic Car exhibition was a large as usual, although it could not get any bigger in the current location as all the exhibition halls are currently used and parking can be a nightmare. I left home at 5am to beat the Milan traffic and after meeting up with Walter, we arrived at 8am in time to find a parking place right next to the entrance and more importantly, a bar for a much needed breakfast.
We were among the first ones in at 9am when the doors opened and we headed straight for the club stands and cars on show, both for sale and just for show, in order to see them properly without the crowds of people that arrive later on. There was as usual much to see and on the Dino from there were 2 red 246GTs, 3 Fiat Dino Spiders (all 2 litres), 1 Fiat Dino coupé (2 litre) and a Stratos. The Spiders and 246GTs were not for sale, while the asking price for the white coupé was 21,500 euros. There were also a couple of adverts for coupés, one for 21,000 euros and other one optimistically asking for 35,000 euros!