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    Report: Totaled Ferrari Dino sculpture sold for $250k

    How much would you pay for a Dino? Although this sub-brand was supposed to offer lower-cost alternatives to more expensive Ferraris, a 246 GTS model with "chairs and flares" can fetch big bucks. The later, more angular 308 GT4 is less desirable, but the one above just sold for $250,000. Oh, and ...

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    Meadow Brook Concours 2009: The Ferraris

    Ferrari at Concours d'Elegance - Click above for high-res image gallery
    Summers in Michigan are little more than a series of car shows, with events ranging from the Woodward Dream Cruise to the Meadow Brook Concours d'Elegance. While we love Woodward's tribute to American Muscle, only the ...

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    Dino Roso design study takes another stab at reviving Ferrari's classic 246 GT

    Dino Roso design study– Click above for a high-res image gallery
    Good or bad, everybody's got an opinion on the styling of contemporary Ferrari offerings – a fact that could go a long way toward explaining why everybody and their cousin wants to have a go at designing the Italian ...

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    Ferrari GT heading to Paris, teaser site launched

    It's been photographed for months and referred to alternately as Dino and F149, but for now at least, the newest stallion from Maranello goes by the generic moniker, Ferrari GT. Today, the automaker launched where the car will be gradually revealed during the runup to the ...

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    Spy Shots: baby Ferrari at it again

    At last month's Geneva Motor Show, Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo surprised the industry by revealing that his company would be coming to the Paris Motor Show in October with a new model. Widely anticipated to be the oft-refuted new "entry-level" Ferrari, dubbed tentatively as the Dino or ...

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    Don't call it "Dino": Ferrari bringing new model to Paris

    Ferrari officials have supposedly confirmed that their new mini-model is coming to the Paris Motor Show this fall and in keeping with the company line, it won't be sporting a "Dino" badge when it's unveiled.We've seen more camo-clad spy shots of the new model undergoing testing in recent months and ...

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    Paris '08 Preview: New small Ferrari F149 to debut?

    As Ferraris have achieved progressively higher performance, the automotive world has been rife with speculation about a new, smaller model from Maranello. All the while, Ferrari has continuously thrown cold water on the idea, saying that such a new model would push production volumes beyond where ...

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    From the Prancing Horse's Mouth: no truck, no V6 from Ferrari

    Like a family of cockroaches living behind your kitchen cabinets, some rumors just won't die. No matter how ridiculous, they just won't go away. And so we waste our cyber-space reassuring our loyal readership of that they're nothing more than smoke and mirrors. Here we're talking about the ...

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    Spy shots: Ferrari Dino and F430 successor

    It is official, at least from the pages of Car magazine: Ferrari's we-aren't-building-a-Dino Dino will appear at the Geneva Auto Show in March of '08. It arose from a stillborn Maserati that was to be a companion to the Granturismo. Maserati couldn't afford to make it, so the project became the ...

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    Ferrari bringing folding hardtop to Detroit, set to do battle with V8 Vantage

    During Ferrari's press conference in Detroit this January, the Italian stallions will be pulling the wraps of a new 2+2 coupe-cabriolet, complete with a folding hardtop.Built off a stretched version of the next generation F430's aluminum architecture, the "F149" 430 GT California will have a 450 HP ...

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    Future Ferrari: lighter weight, 2+2 V8, new supercar

    Ferrari's getting in on the environmental game. Well, relatively speaking. The next supercar from the home of the prancing horse will be lighter and use a lower-displacement engine, but still have at least 500 HP. Thoughts are that such a car would derive its powerplant from the one mooted for the ...

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    Hear what Ferrari's "Dino" mule sounds like

    We're no closer to figuring out what this car will actually be, but thanks to some cameramen lurking in bushes, we know more about how it sounds. The Ferrari "Dino"/possible Maserati Ghibli has been caught on tape during what appears to be a field trip from the Alfa Romeo factory to the 'Ring and ...

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    More details on Ferrari's "Dino" prototype

    Following yesterday's reveal of this new Ferrari prototype, more information about the car has surfaced. The guys at Winding Road are claiming it'll be available as a either a 2+2 or a strict two-seater and its chassis will be constructed with aluminum by Alcoa. Apparently you'll be able to option ...

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    Spy Shots: Ferrari Dino caught!

    click above image for high-res gallery of Ferrari Dino spy shotsIt appears that spy photographers from Brenda Priddy & Co. may have snagged shots of Ferrari's upcoming and oft denied entry-level Dino model. The car is wearing 599 bodywork, but from certain angles it looks like a kid wearing its ...

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    Speculazione: Is this a new Maserati or the Ferrari Dino?

    Manufacturers testing development mules for upcoming models go to great lengths to camouflage their prototypes in order to hide from the public what they're working on. That never stops the motoring press, in print and in cyberspace, from speculating on what that the camouflage is disguising, ...

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    Designers to Ferrari: we will have a Dino with or without you!

    So many designers are getting in on Dino action these days, we can only hope the car doesn't turn into the automotive equivalent of Snakes on a Plane. Ferrari's consistent disavowals regarding any plans to make "a cheap Ferrari" is not stopping those with pens and intricate rendering software ...

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    Dyno Dino: Baby Ferrari test mule spotted

    "We are not developing a cheap Ferrari" is the oft-repeated party line in Maranello. "Just don't look over there," might as well be the next, as spy shots have turned up yet again suggesting that Ferrari is indeed developing an "entry-level" model to slot in the company's line-up below the ...

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    Best looking Ferrari Dino guess yet

    You have Turkish designer Ugur Sahin to thank for the Ferrari Dino Concept you see above. Sahin has nothing to do with Ferrari, and the car above is sprung from his imagination ... but if the actual Dino unveiled in Frankfurt happened to look just like this, we wouldn't be at all disappointed. His ...

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    Ferrari to debut new model in Frankfurt, not the Dino

    Looks like we'll be seeing the F430 Challenge Stradale at Frankfurt. Ferrari Chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo basically told reporters as much at the Geneva auto show. The model that will debut in Frankfurt is an evolution of the F430, which is expected to be more powerful and lighter than the ...

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    More rendered speculation: Dino

    Click for galleryAlong comes Infomotori to throw accelerant on the raging fire of Dino speculation. The return of the Dino has been rumored far and wide, and we'd all love to see a Ferrari that may be a little more obtainable for us plebians. Andrea Rosati has dreamed up a car that looks an awful ...


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