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Classic Car: Dino 246
Until 1975, all street legal Ferraris were powered by V12 engines, when the V8 powered Ferrari 308 went into production. In 1968, Enzo Ferrari decided to created a V6 sports car. Since Ferraris had V12 engines, Ferrari created a new brand of sports car. He named the brand "Dino" after his late son Alfredo "Dino" Ferrari. The first of the Dino cars was the Dino 206 GT. Production for the 206 GT ended in 1969. To replace the 206 GT, Ferrari created the 246 GT and 246 GTS, the targa top version of the 246 GT. From 1969 to 1974, 3,761 Dino 246 were built. The name for Dinos were three digit numbers. The first two digits told the size of the engine and the third digit was for the number of cylinders in the engine. The Dino 246 had a 2.4L V6 engine. There have debates whether or not the Dino cars were true Ferraris.
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