The Iso Rivolta Varedo was a designed by Ercole Spada and Piero Rivolta and was displayed at the 1972 Turin Motor Show. The car was created to generate publicity for Iso and to show they were looking to the future. The body was fabricated in fiberglass and the car featured a mid-mounted 5.7 litre. Ford 351 Cleveland engine with 325 hp with a 5-speed ZF gearbox.
It was called the Iso Varedo after Piero Rivolta's place of birth. Only one Iso Varedo was ever made. In 1973 Piero Rivolta sold the company to Dr. Ivo Pera. Iso went into administration in 1974 due to the oil-crisis. The car was left in a corner of the Iso factory were it was later found by Piero Rivolta damaged. He bought the car and restored it back to it's original condiion. The Iso Varedo can now been seen at the Iso Museum in Sarasota USA.
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