Classic Porsche 911s given the safari offroad treatment have become a popular trend, but Ferraris remain a hands-off when it comes to radical modifications. This 1975 Ferrari 308 Dino isn't one of those — when it went in for a restoration, it came out as a '70s-inspired rally car in the vein of the legendary Lancia Stratos. Both the Stratos and the 308 GT4 were designed by Marcello Gandini and shared the wedge shape seen in other Gandini designs like the Lamborghini Countach. Powered by a 3-liter, 240 horsepower V8, this Dino came from the factory with the rare backseat-delete option. A custom coilover suspension was installed to raise the ride height and 15-inch wheels wrapped in Michelin offroad tires. The interior has been completely restored in an eye-catching red and black scheme that matches the classic boxer exterior paint. Details like a CB whip antenna, four-point harnesses, a fire extinguisher, and Hella lighting make this safari conversion more than just a visual makeover.