1972 Iso Rivolta Lele Coupe
The Iso Rivolta Lele began life as a gift from the son of company founder Piere Rivolta to his wife Rachelle "LeLe" Rivolta. Designed by the legendary Marcello Gandini, the Lele combined American V8 power with a chassis by Bizzarrini, who designed the Ferrari 250 GTO. Produced from 1969 to 1974, the Lele came first with Corvette V8s before switching to Ford's 325 horsepower Cleveland V8 in 1972, with either automatic or ZF manual gearboxes. This 1974 Lele received a complete restoration in Italy by former Iso employee and specialist Roberto Negri in 2009 and shows just over 16,000 miles over the life of the car. Currently registered in Germany, the car is ready to drive and waiting for its next owner.