Undeniably pretty, and with a mid-mounted V6 in an alloy body, but two litres weren’t quite enough for Ferrari’s move into a more volume market and only around 150 206 GTs were built before it was replaced by the real deal 246 GT. OK, these were built in steel, with an iron rather than alloy engine block, but the four-cam 2.4-litre V6 would take it all the way to 150mph. The public snapped them up and they continue to feature on many an enthusiast’s wish list. Estimates vary, but between 1868 and 2609 were built.
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Information from Octane Magazine.