The Dino 308 GT4 heralded a new era for Ferrari. When Ferrari brought the Dino line under the Prancing Horse, the GT4 became the first mid-engined V8 car with bodywork by Bertone rather than Pininfarina. Bertone's Marcello Gandini had also penned the angular Lancia Stratos, Lamborghini Urraco, and Countach, giving rise to the "Italian Wedge" styling language of the 1970s. This 1975 308 GT4 was sold new in Nevada, receiving red-and-black Boxer Berlinetta paint and, in the hands of its latest owner, a conversion to Safari specification. Increased ride height comes from suspension components borrowed from the 308 GTB, along with four Hella driving lamps, custom front and rear bumpers, and an interior in black leather with corduroy inserts. As unique as Ferrari itself, this 308 GT4 would be right at home garaged with a 911 Safari.