After Ferrari had built and raced a series of six- and eight-cylinder cars under the Dino banner (so named to commemorate Enzo's fallen son), it was inevitable that a road-going car would be built under this name, and in 1968 the gorgeous mid-engined, two-seat Dino 206 GT appeared. Like many Ferraris of the period, the Dino's beautiful body was designed by Pininfarina and produced by Scaglietti, and in this case was aluminum for the entire run of 150 built in late 1968 and 1969. The transverse mounted 2-liter, 160-hp V-6 had an aluminum block as well, built by Fiat.
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