One of only 497 M-Series Dinos ever made, this curvilinear yet swift mid-engined DOHVC-6 engine car boasts 195 BHP, with the outstanding handling and eye-catching looks ensuring the car has been a direct competitor to the Porsche 911 since its inception in 1972.
Often referred to as the Bugatti Veyron of beauty, the Ferrari Dino GT is the epitome of good looks, therefore it is of no surprise that so many people are falling over themselves to get their hands what could be the cheapest Dino in the country.
Indeed, Enzo Ferrari himself aptly sanctioned the use of the Dino name, after his son Alfredo also known as Alfredino – who passed away aged just 24 in the 1950s.
With just 52,825 miles on the clock, this right hand drive vehicle has a DOHVC-6 engine, five speed manual transmission gearbox, electric front windows, four wheel independent suspension and four wheel ventilated disc brakes.
This masterpiece is offered at £349,995.00 and is available to view now.
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