In the late 1960's through the 1970's Ferrari produced the Dino series - the 206, 246 and 308. Apart from
some prototypes these all had their own even number only chassis series and the range was from S/N
00102 through s/n 15604. That comes to a total of approximately 7,750 Dinos. The late 308 GT4's were
|Dino 206 GT||1967 - 1969||00102 - 00404||153|
|Dino 246 GT Series L||1969 - 1970||00400 - 01116||357|
|Dino 246 GT Series M||1970 - 1971||01118 - 02130||506|
|Dino 246 GT Series E||1971 - 1974||02132 - 07650||1624|
|Total 246 GT||2487|
|Dino 246 GTS||1972 - 1974||02174 - 08518||1274|
03408 - 1st GTS - European
08518 - Last Dino GTS - US version
|Dino 308 GT4||1973 - 1980||07202 - 15604||2826|
|Dino 208 GT4||1975 - 1980||08830 - 15596||840|
US and Euro versions had different indicators lights and side markers. The pollution control equipment stifled
the power output of the US version.
3 different series, the early onces had no license plates holders and lights, bumpers reached into the grill.
Dinos never left the factory with Plexiglass headlight covers, these were started by Maranello
Concessionaires, and their popularity spread.
Special rims required flaired wheel arches, late 308 GT4's could be ordered with Pirelli P7 tires, no 206/246
Dino ever left the factory wearing any sort of Ferrari badge, all such badging is "after market".