Talk to any lover of vintage Ferraris and the Dino will definitely come up in conversation. And for good reason. The Dino represents one of the world’s best-loved and biggest selling Ferraris that combined a saloon car body and a six-cylinder engine designed by Enzo Ferrari’s son – Dino.
To celebrate 50 years since this car first had its road debut (it was first presented as a prototype at the Paris Motor Show in October 1965), Ferrari invited Dino owners to the Fiorano track where they got to parade their beautiful cars together. A fun fact to note was that the car was actually officially launched in November of 1967 but of course the good folks over at Ferrari didn’t want it to be overshadowed by their 70th anniversary celebrations and thus, they chose to celebrate the Dino’s road debut in 1968.