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This study depicts a trio of 1960 246 Ferrari Dinos during the 1994 Coys Historic Festival at Silverstone. The Dino was named after Enzo Ferrari’s son, Alfredo or ‘Alfredino’, who died tragically young in 1956. It was Dino, who had studied engineering in preparation to one day take charge at Ferrari, who first suggested the development of a V6 engine. He worked on it from his hospital bed but never got to see the engine in action, nor the car that shared his name.