Listen to the Glorious Ferrari Dino 208 GT4


This 1976 Ferrari Dino 208 GT4 may not be quite as fast as its 308 GT4 sibling, but it has a unique personality and sound all its own.

It may only have a 2.0-liter V8 engine, but this Ferrari Dino 208 GT4 was built specifically for the Italian market in order to avoid a specific tax. Because of that, the car is not quite as fast as its 3.0-liter counterpart, but the beautiful engine note definitely makes up for that. The wedge-shaped Italian beauty was built back in 1976, but it still has a very supple and refined ride. But this so-called supercar of the Seventies is, according to owner Bradley Price, an absolute pleasure to drive.

Instead of driving it into New York City for work, he prefers to take it cruising through the hills and curvy roads outside of the Big Apple. True, it’s certainly not the fastest Ferrari out there, but that lustrous V8 and classic Italian Seventies styling more than make up for its lack of raw performance.

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