Widely regarded as one of the best-handling cars of its era, the Ferrari Dino’s mid-engine layout proved a radical leap in road car design when it was released in 1968. The Dino brand was established to create a more accessible Ferrari.
Other notable changes from the 206 were the body, now made of steel instead of aluminium, and a 60 mm (2.4 in) longer wheelbase than the 206. Three series of the Dino 246 GT were built, with differences in wheels, windshield wiper coverage, and engine ventilation. Dino 246 production numbered 2,295 GTs and 1,274 GTSs, for a total production run of 3,569.
1969 Ferrari Dino 206 GT 00336 – sold for $495,000 Rare and desirable alloy-bodied 206 Dino. Finished new in the striking color-combination of Bianco Luna Metallizzato over Black. Believed to retain its original engine and transaxle. One of just 153 Dino 206 GTs produced. Sporting GT with excellent handling and iconic styling. Auction Source: The Amelia Island Auction 2015 by Bonhams
1969 Dino 206 GT 00338 – sold for $572,000 From Fabrizio Violati’s Collezione Maranello Rosso. Race-proved Berlinetta with transverse rear-engined V6 technology. Highly-original long-preserved museum-standard car. Now very rare opportunity to acquire this miniaturized GT Ferrari. Auction Source: 2014 Quail Lodge Auction by Bonhams
1968 Ferrari Dino 206 GT – sold for $165,000 Currently displaying 88,546 kilometers and accompanied by its original books and toolkit, this scintillating Dino 206 is a beautifully finished and properly restored example of Enzo Ferrari’s first mid-engine car, the benchmark of sleek design that commemorated his son. Auction Source: 2010 Gooding & Company Pebble Beach Auction