Ferrari Dino Cars & Parts For Sale

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Ferrari Dino Used and New Parts

Ferrari Dino Air Conditioning & Heat
Ferrari Dino Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Ferrari Dino Brakes
Ferrari Dino Charging and Staring Systems
Ferrari Dino Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Ferrari Dino Cooling System
Ferrari Dino Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Ferrari Dino Emission System
Ferrari Dino Engines & Components
Ferrari Dino Exhaust
Ferrari Dino Exterior
Ferrari Dino Filters
Ferrari Dino Gaskets
Ferrari Dino Gauges
Ferrari Dino Glass
Ferrari Dino Ignition System
Ferrari Dino Interior
Ferrari Dino Lighting & Lamps
Ferrari Dino Parts Cars
Ferrari Dino Safety & Security
Ferrari Dino Suspension & Steering
Ferrari Dino Transmission & Drivetrain
Ferrari Dino Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Ferrari Dino Wheels and Tires
Ferrari Dino Other Parts
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Ferrari Dino
The Dino was made from 1968 until 1976, and was a mid-engine sports car with rear wheel drive. It is an iconic sports car because it was the first mass produced Ferrari.
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The original Dino was a car designed by Fiat and only had a V6 engine. These cars did not wear the Ferrari name because Enzo Ferrari was worried that the cars would be unsafe with the mid-engine and low front end. Later V8 models were part of the 308 GT4 and 308 GTB lines, and many people do not consider these to be true Dinos. This was a very recognizable car during the 1970s, and it was even named the 6th best sports car of the decade. The only body style was the Berlinetta coupe. Production numbers were around 4,000 for all models, a record for Ferrari at the time. Those numbers are still quite low compared to most other cars, making them considerbly rare. You might be able to find one or two listed on eBay, if you're lucky. You might also be able to find parts on there, if you are fortunate enough to already have one in the rebuilding stage.
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