Don’t make the mistake of thinking the Dino is any less of a Ferrari because of its “affordable” angle back when it was introduced in 1968. It might not have a Ferrari badge, but it’s still iconic. Named after Enzo’s then deceased son, the Dino 246/GT eschewed the big V12 engine and instead opted for a 2.4-liter V6. This 1972 version is now up for sale in excellent condition with the Dino’s famously curvaceous body clad in beautiful Rosso paint and a double Nero black interior. What’s more, this steed was once owned by none other than Sir Frank Williams, the founder of the Williams F1 team. It’s now up for sale with documentation of proper maintenance and restorative work, as well as the original tool kit.