1974 Dino GTS
Watch as Jon pilots his magnificently restored 1974 Dino GTS through some
wonderful local backroads. If you're curious how this perfect Dino came to
be, please check out the website dedicated to the restoration project:
Race Tuned Ferrari Dino 246 GT Pulling away - amazing sound (HD)
Early 1970's Race Tuned Ferrari Dino 246GT pulling away
Still wasnt fully run in! hence the short shifting. -
Ill be uploading another video of this car soon, its all run in properly
now, just waiting for a nice day.
Check out my other video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUFceHQusLk
Ride in a Ferrari Dino 246 GT
DtRockstar1 takes a ride in a Dino 246 GT, the first Ferrari to have a
mid-engine layout. It's 2.4 liter V6 is plenty to get this car moving. It
is very lightweight, and has a very raw feel to it. The inside feels like a
race car. My legs were stretched straight out, barely bent at all. I would
like to thank the friendly owner for this amazing opportunity!
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1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT: Classic Ferrari Dino
Recently sold 1972 Ferrari Dino - take a look at the two photo galleries
and extra video here: http://www.sunsetclassics.com/1972-ferrari-dino-gt/
This is a beautiful Pininfarina designed Ferrari Dino 246 GT, restored in
This car is a blast to drive, and a definite must see! Supple leather
interior, original Cromadaro wheels with Pirelli SuperTouring P4000 tires,
the original Becker radio, Tubi Exhaust and a 2.4 L perfectly tuned 195hp
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Dino Ferrari 246 GT
AutoDigest raduna quattro Dino (Ferrari) 246 GT: il rombo e le impressioni
on board, sulla spettacolare GT del 1972.
Il Dossier completo lo trovate su Auto Digest n°59
Vintage Behind the Wheel: 1975 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4
The Dino 308 GT4 was low on the collector scale despite being
groundbreaking for Ferrari as it was their first production car to feature
a mid-engine V8, was the first Bertone design after a long line of curvy
sexy Pininfarina creation and was the first Ferrari sold as new in the US.
The name "Dino" came from Enzo Ferrari's only son, Alfredo or Alfredino to
his family, on whom the legacy of the Ferrari name hung. Unfortunately,
Dino had muscular dystrophy and passed away at age 24 and though the
gesture of naming the car after him was touching it lead to confused
customers and poor sales.
Nearly forty years after it hit the States, we got a chance to chat with
Mr. Anthony Rimicci about how he bought this car on accident, how the Dino
badge has become cool again and what it's like to drive this icon.
Shot: Los Angeles
On: Canon 5D Miii, Canon lenses, GoPro, DJI Phantom, Kessler Crane
Additional Camera: Gianluca Keeler