These days every Ferrari
features either a V8 or a V12, but that wasn't always the case. When racing homologation mandated Ferrari produce a V6, that's just what it did, and in addition to its Formula II racers, it was placed inside the Dino. Technically not a Ferrari, the Dino represented an additional model line separate from Maranello's principal range of eight- and twelve-cylinder sportscars, bearing the name of Enzo Ferrari's late son. What we have here is one of the most desirable examples.