Isn't it pretty - and so very 70s? This little model was made in the early 70s in Hong Kong by a company called "Tintoys", which were also sometimes called "Tins' Toys" and which apparently never made any tin toys...
They were one of the more mysterious outfits of the era and since seem to have vanished without a trace. But they left a bunch of interesting castings behind - and I will need to find more of them.
The Dino 206 Competizione was a one off made by Pininfarina for the 1967 Frankfurt Motor Show based on a Dino race car chassis. It was meant to show case what street legal version of the racing car would look like.
Pininfarina kept it until 2007, and then sold it to a wealthy Ferrari collector. Lucky him.