When the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer launched in 1973, it marked a revolution for the legendary Italian automaker. The Pininfarina design did away with the smooth, curvy shapes the Ferrari was known for, and it was the first mid-engine car to wear the Prancing Horse badge. The final form of the BB would be the 512 BBi of 1984, with only 144 made — making it the most sought-after model in the series. This 512 BBi is one of the best examples on the market, with a fully-documented restoration at a cost of over $275,000 and just over 7,000 miles on the odometer. The car has its original center-mount wheels and Michelin TRX tires, along with the original US import documentation, making it an excellent example of the end of the beginning of a new era at Ferrari.