Auction Block: 1975 Ferrari 308 GT4 Safari

Aug 19, 2019

Category: Rides

Beautiful machines with the iconic Prancing Horse logo are typically built for blasting off on roads and dazzling fans at shows. However, this 1975 Ferrari 308 GT4 Safari has all the fixings to go on off-the-beaten-path adventures.

Earlier in the year, this Ferrari 308 GT4 was transformed into a Safari ride with over $26,000 of upgrades. The rugged vehicle has a raised suspension, custom front bumper, caged rear bumper, and whip antenna. It also has quad Hella driving lamps, solid D-hook mounts, fiberglass-reinforced rear mud flaps, and powder-coated grille vents. Under the hood rumbles a 3.0L quad-cam V8 mated to a five-speed manual gearbox for plenty of power for daring excursions. And it’s sitting on 15-inch steel wheels wrapped in Michelin XWX tires with satin black exterior detailing. Upgraded for action, this off-track devil is ready to be paired with an intrepid thrill-seeker looking for a unique ride. Now is your chance to take home a rare monster.

Purchase: $24,000+

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