The Ferrari 308 GT4 occupies a bit of a strange place in the company's history. Originally badged under the Dino marque, named after Enzo's son for cars with less than twelve cylinders and mid-engine layouts. The 308 didn't become a Ferrari model until 1976 when the Dino name was phased out. It was also the first official mid-engined Ferrari road car and had 2+2 seating — definitely not Ferrari's standard fair at the time. This 1975 308 GT4 is anything but stock. Repainted in a matte black and red "boxer" scheme, the owner has $26,000 worth of receipts for turning this Ferrari into a lifted, off-road capable machine. The car came from the factory with a parcel shelf in place of the rear seat, and the 3-liter V8 and five-speed transmission look to be in good condition, along with the underbody and interior. A very unusual Ferrari even without the mods, this is sure to catch a lot of attention.