Boasted Pininfarina of his new creation: "The voluptuous thematic of the curves, stylistically fascinating and aerodynamically exact, goes beyond any hasty criticism which might object to the front, exposed to bumps and mud. This being Il Commendatore's first-ever mid-engine car -- and powered by a puny V-6 at that -- the maestro of the V is said to have snorted something to the effect of: "Non mettere il mio nome su quella merda. This is one of just examples with the Marrone Dino Metallizzato paint job. The GT used a transverse-mounted 2. The Dino is '50s meets '80s, old school and new broom, a genuine watershed in Ferrari's history. Matching numbers car -Chassis number , Engine Number First registered
Ferrari 246 'Dino' (1969 - 1974)
Driving the classics: Ferrari Dino 246 GT (1972) review
Normally Aspirated 2 Turbo 0 Supercharger 0 Show more. If only poor Alfredo had lived to see it. Although the GT was available from through , the GTS featured a removable roof panel, and it was only produced from until the line was retired in Taxed, tested and ready for immediate use, this clearly cherished and well maintained example looks like a very tempting investment at the guide price suggested today. Third, the Dino is simply a great car to drive.
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The small steering wheel comes up at you at something of a go-kart angle, and while there's a taut discipline to the way the nose responds to your inputs, there's also movement everywhere. Boasted Pininfarina of his new creation: "The voluptuous thematic of the curves, stylistically fascinating and aerodynamically exact, goes beyond any hasty criticism which might object to the front, exposed to bumps and mud. In their stead, the winding, breezy, sol-kissed, but increasingly narrow roads that skirt centuries-old buildings and public squares around Lake Como. The cockpit smells of worn leather and decades of sunlight. The race series never materialized, so all units only saw road use. If there were hi-fi knobs to control the sound, the exhaust is the bass and a gearbox whine is the treble; but as you build the revs a crisp song cuts through the middle, an urgent, rising howl that absorbs and amplifies bass and treble into a whole.
It was Motor Trend Classic that finally brought the dream to life. Brand new in box Takara Tomica. I start pushing harder into the turns, and the Ferrari -- hell, yes, this is a Ferrari -- loves that, too. Please fill out this field with valid email address. In the inaugural issue of Motor Trend Classic, we ranked the Dino 7 on the list of all-time greatest Ferraris. A V8 from a Ferrari F