In 1967, Ferrari released its first mid-engine road car under the Dino badge, the 206 GT. The car had excellent driving characteristics, a beautiful shape, and was powered by a V6 — hence Ferrari's decision not to sell it as a Ferrari, in order to differentiate it from the V12-powered models. This 1966 Dino is the second prototype built and is very similar to the production version but with a few noticeable differences. The biggest is the longitudinally mounted engine, which was changed to a transverse layout for the production car, lengthening the body. An important part of Ferrari history, this prototype for the first mid-engine Ferrari will command a premium when it auctions at Pebble Beach.