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Dino 206 S
The first sports car to carry the Dino V6 engine was the Dino 166 which ran at Monza in 1965 with the 1592cc V6. This was the first car to carry the 'Dino' badge. However, this small Ferrari didn't do very well until the engine was upgraded to 1986cc and given to the Dino 206P for a triumphal German race later in 1965. In 1966 the Dino 206 S was announced with new Ferrari bodywork built by Piero Drogo’s Carrozzeria Sports cars in Modena. Intended to be a run of 50 cars for homologation the programme was cut short. Pininfarina rebodied some of the cars for design exercises, including the 1965 Paris Salon Dino 206 S Speciale by Aldo Brovarone, which was refined by Leonardo Fioravanti into the Dino 206 GT that went into production in 1968. The Frankfurt Salon of 1967 exhibited the 1967 Ferrari Dino 206 Competizione which was a design study by Paolo Martin on one of the 206 racing cars. Designated 'Competizione' it never raced and was street legal and fully roadworthy although it never ran
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Dino 206 S. Its beautiful body was by Carrozzeria Sports Cars in Modena, and was a semi monocoque chassis with an additional tubular steel structure to which the aluminium body panels were fixed.
Dino 206 S front
Dino 206 S. Using the innovative 1.5litre V6 engine developed by Enzo Ferrari's late son Alfredino Ferrari, but enlarged to 1986cc, the Dino 206 S hoped to conquer a new formula of racing.
Dino 206 S rear
Dino 206 S. A 1986cc V6 engine developed from the 1592cc design by Alfredino Ferrari was mounted longitudinally behind the driver in the 206S after the smaller engine in the 166 proved uncompetitive.
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Dino 206 S. The Ferrari homologation special that spawned the roadgoing Ferrari Dino GT cars. In this car the 1986cc V6 engine was longitudinally mounted, but for the production cars was transversely mounted.
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Dino 206 S - rear scoop
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Dino 206 S - rear wheel
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Paolo Martin
Ferrari 365 GT 2+2.
Aldo Brovarone
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