1979 Ferrari 308 GT4 (Noho)

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”.