In 1967, this concept car was presented by Pininfarina.
Paolo Martin created a sportscar that influenced a lot of later designs.
The car is named Dino, because
it showed a 6-cylinder-engine,
not enough to be a Ferrari.
The name 206 means 2-litre-6-cylinder-engine,
typical for Ferrari.
Later the engine was used in cars like Dino 206GT, Fiat Dino, and Lancia Stratos.
Interesting spoilers at the front, and rear.
Made for competition, the dashboard.
And here's the engine.
These photos were taken at the
Thanks to Paolo Martin for additional pics and sketches.
Octane 63, September 2008
(7 pages, 12 photos)
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