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If there was one model in Ferrari’s rich history of production cars that proved to be more unconventional than any other, it was surely the Dino 206 GT that appeared in 1969. Ferrari had pioneered this exotic approach with the 206 S and 206 SP prototype racecars of the early 1960s, it had never before been offered on a production car from Maranello.
The Dino’s 206 actually represented a 2.0-liter engine in six-cylinder form. The hand-formed aluminum alloy–paneled bodies of the 206 provided for lightweight body and agile handling.
The 206 GT used a transverse-mounted 2.0 litre all-aluminum, 160 hp (119 kW) at the 8,000 rpm redline, 65-degree V6 engine with dual overhead camshafts and a 9.7:1 compression ratio. Torque was 138 lbs/ft at 6,500 rpm. he 206 GT was the first car sold by Ferrari which used an electronic ignition, a Dinoplex C capacitive discharge ignition system that was developed by Magneti Marelli . The Ferrari 206 Dino was the 1st Ferrari to rack and pinion steering. 152 Ferrari 206 GT Dino were produced from 1968 to 1969.
The Ferrari 246 was built as a GT and GTS body. The engine size increased to 2.4 litre. Three series were built during 5 year product . Starting in 1970 The Series I cars, 357 of which were built used the same center-bolt wheels as did the 206. Series II cars had a production of 507 units with five-bolt Cromodora alloys and "clap-hands" wipers. The Series III cars had changes to the gear ratios and fuel system. The demand in the United States increased production. and were built at a much higher rate as sales in the United States for a total 1,431 Series III coupés and 1,274 GTS cars were built