1967 Ferrari Dino 206 S Race Car

Alfredo Ferrari, or Dino, was a mechanical engineer who helped develop a 1.5-liter V6 for Ferrari's Formula Two efforts. Dino's life was cut short in 1956 at the age of 24 due to Duchenne muscular dystrophy, but his name would go on to grace both the V6 he helped design and Ferrari's first production mid-engine car. The Dino 206 S was introduced for the 1966 racing season, clad in bodywork that looked like a smaller version of the 330 P3, Ferrari's top-level endurance racer. Chassis no. 032, pictured here, is the last of the Drogo Spyder-bodied Dino's built. The car was raced in hill climbs during the '66 and '67 seasons, before passing through a number of well-known collections and running again in historic events through the 2000s. The car was restored by Ferrari in 2014 and earned its Ferrari Classiche certification, making it one of the most significant Ferrari race cars to come to auction.

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