Comments - Unique of the Week: 1969 Iso Rivolta Lele

Published: Feb 16, 2013
Description: A few weeks ago we had a feature article about the Iso Rivolta Fidia, an Italian luxury sedan that may have looked the part but definitely didn't have the build quality to match its expensive pri...
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Adam Thomson Feb 16, 2013
I like it.
matthew barrett Feb 16, 2013
I like it's wedge shape
Logan Delony Feb 16, 2013
Not the prettiest thing, but it's still pretty cool.
Description: First launched in 1969, the Lele was a 2+2 large coupe powered by a V8 engine and designed by Marcello Gandini while he was working at Bertone. The name Lele comes from Lele Rivolta, the wife of Piero...
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Description: This turned out to be the case so instead of trying to make a credit deal with GM, Iso Rivolta turned to Ford instead. The new engine was the beloved Cleveland V8. The original GM V8 produced up to 35...
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Chris Gaines Feb 16, 2013
the back quarter is killing me lok
Ian Barger Feb 16, 2013
I would take the Porsche in the garage.
Description: Each of the cars had their sound deadened and power steering taken out in order to cut weight but were also given a newly designed dash and the engine received some modifications. In addition, the car...
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Description: It was originally owned by an Iso factory employee before making its way to California in 1984. Power comes from the original Chevy V8 mated to a five-speed manual transmission. With its white exterio...
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Dylan Porteous Feb 16, 2013
Where did it say the engine "had to be rebuilt"?
Shelby Cassandra Feb 16, 2013
I bet the Ford-powered one wouldn't have to be rebuilt at 70k.
Zalmy Ny Feb 16, 2013
Warm interior. Really nice
Tara Fitria Feb 16, 2013
Wow...it is
Adam Thomson Feb 16, 2013
Thats a great interior
Ashton Summers Feb 16, 2013
The Pièce de résistance of this car. And no, it's not the horsepower or the V8 soundtrack. It just that, these are so easy to work on, a caveman could do it.
Description: The seller claims the car has been displayed at the Pebble Beach Concours for the past 26 years and has won many awards at other venues as well. The current bid is $20,000 but for something as rare as...
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Alberto Massarotto Apr 14, 2013
Fiat 124 Sport Coupe tail lamps I think.
Trey Villarreal Feb 17, 2013
More like 2+3
Isaac Jacob Jimenez Feb 17, 2013
Plush
Zalmy Ny Feb 16, 2013
Fit for a living room
Zalmy Ny Feb 16, 2013
Lol mathew
matthew barrett Feb 16, 2013
Just think of all the pink cows that had to be skinned to make this :(
Logan Delony Feb 16, 2013
Mother of leather!