Comments - Ferrari's V8: Dino 308 GT4

Published: Nov 26, 2012
Description: We begin the story of Ferrari's first production V8 with what is probably the most confusingly named model in the history of the prancing horse. This was not the only car called Dino, not the onl...
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Byakka Hirakawa Nov 28, 2012
Gt4 All trac turbo
Stephen Ishard Nov 26, 2012
Oh ok thanks
Stephen Ishard Nov 26, 2012
What did Dino mean? Like was it random or what? I don't know
Byakka Hirakawa Nov 26, 2012
Carbuzz, ur pissin me off with the celica haten!!
Carlton Salmon Nov 26, 2012
I've always liked the look of these.
Raschard Jackson Nov 26, 2012
Yeah I was wondering about that too! That might be the only Ferrari I have ever seen with a single exhaust. And a shitty looking one at that!
Sam Sexton Nov 26, 2012
it's a pity that they make such a nice car and then put a junk-looking exhaust on it
Description: The GT4 was a 2+2 which first debuted in 1973 to be sold alongside the Dino 246, which at the time was Ferrari's entry-level sports car. This would later be replaced by the V8-powered 308 GTB, wh...
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Description: Because the setup is even more unusual in a 2+2 than it had been in previous Dino models, one would think this would be the sort of thing which wouldn't have gotten past him. But the GT4 was buil...
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Raschard Jackson Nov 26, 2012
I'd *
Raschard Jackson Nov 26, 2012
This is beautiful but is rather take the navy blue diablo instead.
Description: The angular look of the design was a more Seventies style, and when Lamborghini replaced the Miura with the Countach the following year, it was obvious that Bertone had anticipated the trend correctly...
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Rob Art Morgan Nov 27, 2012
I never cared for the angular look with the exception of the Lancia Stratos. As for Dino, the pinnacle was the 69-74 246 GT.
Description: This was really quite a good specific output for the time. In 1975, Ferrari introduced the Dino 208 GT4, basically the same car but with a 2.0-liter V8 in place of the 3.0-liter unit. This was one of ...
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Description: Of course, these were the days when Ferrari believed that Dino-badged cars weren't thought of as Ferraris, but history has clearly proven otherwise. It has been rumored, although never proven, th...
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Description: But the GT4 wasn't expected to sell any more than that, and it was certainly successful enough that Ferrari decided to bring out another mid-engine V8 2+2 after it. The car still gets some flack ...
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Dimitry Mikhailovich Malikov Nov 26, 2012
Never really liked this one.
Logan Delony Nov 26, 2012
Anyone else see 80's Esprit?
Pompey Paul Nov 26, 2012
I saw this car in Monaco