The concept of a compact, mid-engined sports car was a milestone in Ferrari history.

Sure, it only has 6 cylinders — but its quite gorgeous!

 

 

Source: Classic Driver

See Also: A Fashionably Late Rendezvous Ferrari Dino

 

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Source: Classic Driver

See Also: A Fashionably Late Rendezvous Ferrari Dino

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2 Responses to “1971 Ferrari ‘Dino’ 246 GT”

  1. Grunschev says:

    So what if it only has 6 cylinders? As you say, it’s gorgeous. Besides, I’m regularly able to run down Ferraris, Porsches, and Corvettes at the track in my little four banger Lotus Elise (which is arguably descended from the 246 GT. Okay, I don’t “regularly” run down Ferraris. You F car guys so seldom take them to the track.