Rarely does one come across a vintage Ferrari that remained within the same family for almost a half a century. This 1973 Dino 246 GTS is a rare example of this. The Dino’s fame comes from its nomenclature (named after Enzo Ferrari’s deceased son, Alfredo “Dino” Ferrari), along with its V6 engine. This one is clad in Argento Auteuil Metallizzato over blue leather and has a mere 11K original miles on it, currently owned by the son of the original buyer. The Dino 246 GTS also has a removable targa top, a five-speed manual transmission, original Cromodora wheels with the Dino logo, and a Blaupunkt stereo system installed in 1975. It also comes with all service records, original sales paperwork, and original owner’s manuals. The current high bid is $302,000, and the price is indicative of the significance of this car.