Ok, Ok, so Good Times didn’t hit the air until 1974, but that just proves how far ahead of its time this Dino-myte 1969 Ferrari Dino 246 GT ($126,500) really was. Enzo Ferrari’s son, Dino (hence the name), played a large role in developing the V6 drivetrain, making it the first road model to adopt that type of engine. This new lower powered, less expensive model was a gamechanger for Ferrari, suddenly making it a player in the market, as a direct competitor to Porsche. The 246 GT boasted a 195 bhp motor capable of hitting a top speed of 148mph, reaching 0-to-50 in 5.5 seconds. So impressive was the 246 GT that decades later, in 2004, Motor Trend Classic lauded the Dino 246 with the honor of the number 7 spot on its top ten list of “The Greatest Ferraris of all time.” Perhaps it has a place at top of your wish list as well?