The Automobilist does not speak fluent Ferrari, but is confident this is the genuine article. Early models were marketed as Dinos, after Enzo Ferrari’s son, as a sort of entry-level supercar. Later ones were designated full-fledged Ferraris.
This 1979 example is reportedly owned by an art dealer and gentleman collector of Italian exotics, known as Olivier Renaud-Clément. Like most of his cars, this 308 GT4 has a vanity license plate with a variation of Monsieur Renaud-Clément’s initials – “ORC”.