So often the cars I research come with stories permanently attached. Stories of celebrity ownership or the classic “Fangio drove this car (insert any make) all over Europe.” It is great fun to research these stories but more often than not they are simply not true. Our subject car this month came with two stories—a wedding and a broken heart. One turned out to be false and the other a strong maybe. Read on.
The history of our subject Fiat Dino is derived from both primary and secondary sources. Wherever possible I prefer primary sources, the actual people who owned the car or who were intimately familiar with a particular car. Given the age and rarity of our subject Fiat Dino, however, I had to use public records as well.
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