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Dino 246 GT

Dino 246 GT (Italy, 1969)

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Launched in 1969 the Dino 246 GT was an evolution of the Dino 206 GT. The new model got a larger V6 engine and a wheelbase lengthened by 60 mm. In terms of the design both cars were almost identical, only distinguishable through the longer engine cover and the repositioned fuel cap.

The Dino 246 GT made its official debut at the Turin Show in November 1969, although the production run had already commenced. From 1969 up to 1974 the car was a true commercial success and had three series built. Even when production stopped, demand was still high.

During the production period of the 246 GT from 1969 to 1974, there were no major changes to any features, although various smaller items and details did change, leading to the three series of cars referred to as “L”, “M” and “E”. This is apart from the different market versions, and the targa-roof 246 GTS model.



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