Named after Enzo Ferrari's son and heir, the Dino was long seen by Ferrari purists as something of a lesser product. The first mid-engine production car from Maranello, the Dino wasn't badged as a Ferrari proper, with the prancing horse being reserved for the front-engined, V12 models. But the passage of time has been good to the Dino, and they've gained the respect of enthusiasts. This 1974 Dino has seen only two owners and just over 8,300 over 44 years and is completely original throughout. Offered with no reserve, this is one of the best cars to begin classic Ferrari ownership.