The Dino was sold by the Yvon Lambert art dealer for $250,000 (€181,185) to an unidentified Turkish collector. It remains a mystery to me why anyone would spend so much money on a totaled Ferrari, when a good Ferrari Dino GT4 can be found for about €30,000 ($41,400) in European classifieds – you can drive it and then wreck it… The Bertone-designed Dino 308 GT4 was powered by a 3.0-liter V8 engine developing 252 horsepower (255 PS). The mid-engined 2+2 coupe was called Dino to differentiate it from Pininfarina-designed Ferrari V12 models. However, at the public’s request, the Dino name was replaced with Ferrari at the end of 1976. Ferrari produced around 2,800 units between 1973 and 1980.