The story of the Ferrari powered Fiat Dino is nowadays well known, the cars having long since achieved classic status. The Fiat Dino came about as a result of new rules imposed by the FIA upon the marques competing in the 1967 Formula Two championship, in which Ferrari was a prominent contender. The resulting Fiat Dino was introduced at the 1966 Turin Motor Show, along with the first prototype of the Dino Berlinetta GT, which later evolved into the Ferrari Dino 246. This specific car was acquired by the Museum in Greece through Government auction and has Greek license plates.
Built year: 1970
Engine type / cc: Ferrari V6 / 2,418cc
Engine output: 185bhp / 6,600rpm
Top speed: 205 km/h
Number produced: 424