Fancy a cheap convertible Ferrari? This is about as close as you’ll get without having the actual Prancing Horse badge on the nose. Styled by Pininfarina and using the same engines that powered the Dino GTs, they also have rarity on their side as far as collectibility goes. Early models had an all-alloy two-litre engine and a solid axle on leaf springs. In 1969 it was all change to an iron block 2.4-litre V6 with another 15bhp, and the rear axle was changed to an independent unit on coil springs. Mechanical and body parts still in good supply.
info from Octane