ISO Rivolta Fidia 1971

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25,000.00 - 45,000.00

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Kavelnummer: 120 - 117

Kaveltype: BTW

Veilingkosten:

Ophaaldag: Bekijk transportmogelijkheden

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Specificaties
  • Brand

  • ISO

  • Model

  • Rivolta

  • Type

  • Fidia

  • Body

  • Saloon

  • Year

  • 1971

  • Registration

  • Dutch documents inactive

  • License plate

  • 49-02-RD

  • Chassis number

  • B*010125

  • Date of first admission

  • 10-08-1971

  • Date of first admission (NL)

  • 10-08-1971

  • Fuel

  • Petrol

  • Odometer reading

  • 89811 Km

  • Color

  • Gray

  • Transmission

  • Manual

  • LHD or RHD

  • LHD

Beschrijving

The ISO Rivolta Fidia is a luxury sedan produced by the Italian car brand ISO Autobeicoli S.P.A. between 1967 and 1975. The car was named after Piero Rivolta's wife, Fidia. The Fidia was first presented to the public in September 1967 at the Frankfurt International Motor Show. The official press presentation took place more than a year later in Athens in February 1969. By that time, fifteen cars had been built. The car was marketed as a unique combination of comfort and sportiness. It was called "Le Quattro Poltrone Piu Veloci del Mondo" (the four fastest seats in the world). It was the only ISO four-door model. Its first competitor was the Maserati Quattroporte, in production until 1970. The body was the work of Giorgetto Giugiaro, at the time in the service of Ghia. The high development costs resulted in a higher sales price than a Rolls-Royce. The interior was redesigned in 1971 to match the style of the ISO Lele. The wooden dashboard was replaced by a leather copy which, according to comments of the time, was more elegant but also less practical. Like all cars produced by ISO, the Fidia's were originally equipped with a Chevrolet V8 engine, which made the car quite fast. Starting in 1973, General Motors required a down payment for the engines, so ISO switched to Ford as its supplier. From then on, the cars were equipped with a Ford 5.8-liter V8 connected to a ZF five-speed manual transmission or a Ford engine. A total of 192 Fidias were built before ISO went bankrupt in 1974. Famous Fidia owners included John Lennon, James Last, Pete Townshend and Sonny Bono. The car was originally delivered new in the Netherlands. The cars on offer are part of a static collection that has been accumulated over the last 40 years. They are mainly in an unrestored, original but dusty condition. We have not tried to start any of the cars. We have been informed that the engines have been turned, on a regular basis, but the exact condition of the cars and the engines is unknown to us. You can inspect the cars on the viewing days for which you have to make a reservation through our ticketshop.

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