The Dino debuted in 1967 as Ferrari's first production mid-engine car. Powered by a 2-liter V6, the Dino name was chosen in honor of Enzo Ferrari's late son and to differentiate the premium front-engine V12 models from smaller-engined, mid-engine designs at a lower price. The two brands would be merged in 1976 under the Ferrari badge. This 1973 Dino 246 GTS is a targa-top model with steel-bodied construction and the larger 192 horsepower 2.4-liter V6 that it shared with the legendary Lancia Stratos HF. Painted white with a black leather interior with factory air conditioning, this Dino shows only 21,000 miles on the odometer since new has been immaculately maintained, making it a great example of an important piece of Ferrari history.
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