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1968 Iso Grifo GL 350 Series 1

Thiesen Hamburg GmbH

1968 Iso Grifo GL 350 Series 1
Thiesen Hamburg GmbH
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24-0429009

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Germany

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Colour Argento

 

Interior Leather black

 

Gearbox Manual shift

 

Drive Left

 

Power 350 PS

 

Engine 350 hp, 5,4 ltr. Chevrolet-V8-engine

Description

Fully restored Delivered in silver (argento) Only 242 vehicles produced in the 1st series Legendary Italian GT with powerful Chevrolet V8 350 HP engine and 4-speed manual gearbox Like many manufacturers after the Second World War, Renzo Rivolta dreamed of building a grand touring car and produced the Iso Rivolta in 1962. The following year, a more sportive and powerful successor to the Rivolta, the Grifo, was introduced, and and were delivered to customers from 1965 on. Giorgetto Giugiaro from Bertone, who later also designed the Maserati Ghibli and the BMW M1, was responsible for the impressive appearance with its deep and wide design. The chassis was developed by Giotto Bizzarrini, who was also the designer of the Ferrari 250 GTO. Combined with the robust and powerful Chevrolet engine, there was no doubt that this car could compete with some of the best sports cars in the world. The vehicle presented here was completely restored a few years ago and is part of an important collection of Italian sports cars. The vehicle has a German registration. A valuation report and the original build sheet are also available.
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