Burning Ashpalt in a 1970′s Ferrari Dino 208 GT4

Mar 17, 2014

If you are a regular reader of our Handbook, you are probably already familiar with our vintage car expert, Bradley Price. Each week, he authors compelling pieces for us about classic cars from the past that maintain a timeless charm and appeal. In addition to writing about cars, he happens to be a collector himself. We invite you to press play on the video below to see Bradley hugging some serious curves in his own prized possession, a vintage 1976 Ferrari Dino 208 GT4. The sleek Italian car exhibits remarkable handling and verve, and the commentary from Bradley offers the viewer keen insight into the thoughtful design and engineering of this exceptional vehicle.

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