Ferrari Dino, 246, 308 and 328 By Alan Henry
The Dino, named after Enzo Ferrari's late son, may have lacked the outright speed of its 12-cylinder contemporaries, but in its various manifestations it was among the most stylish and affordable of Ferraris. Benefiting from a legacy of achievement on both road and track, today the series is rightly regarded as providing some of the most coveted classic sports cars. Ferrari Dino is a comprehensive guide, not only to the three models carried in the book's title, but also to the associated models which shared the Dino name. The author traces the series through its progressively more powerful V6 and V8 engines, its ever widening choice of body styles, and the racing career of the purpose-built competition models.