The Iso Grifo with a stunningly beautiful body was first presented to the public as a prototype (Iso A3L) at the 1963 Turin Motor Show. From 1970, the ISO was produced in the 2nd series with folding headlights. Of these, only 4 cars were built with a 7-litre engine and 20 with a 7.4-litre engine.
The Iso Grifo presented here was completed in Italy in October 1970 and delivered to the importer Auto Becker in Germany. This vehicle is the first one of the series II. Over a period of almost 10 years, the car was completely restored with great attention to detail by Modena Motorsport and other specialists. After completion, the Iso underwent extensive fine-tuning work, the engine was optimised for performance and power steering was retrofitted. The Iso Grifo is one of the most fascinating sports cars in Italian motoring history – and this is a very special example and interesting for any top-class collection! This exceptional vehicle has German H-registration and a current Classic Data certificate.
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