"There’s always been a lot of snobbery toward Ferrari’s GT4 ‘Dino’. If you believe the Clarksonian dogma, it doesn’t even deserve the right to be called a Ferrari. But we think that view is a load of "
Ferrari 246 GT Dino
It might have been a ill conceived attempt at making a mini-Ferrari, but the cute, six cylinder 246 GT Dino is for us much more than that. It is, in our opinion, one of the prettiest cars ever to wear the Scuderia shield.
Named after Enzo’s beloved son, the 246 version of the production Dino used a the flat six, 2.4 litre engine that hummed beautifully, and its compact, accessible nature made it attractive to the sort of folk who might have plumped for a 911 in the early seventies.
Much rarer, more exotic, and undoubtedly more exotic than your vintage Porsche, the kudos of the Dino continues to grow in stature each year.
We’d like ours in yellow, please.
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