Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Iso Rivolta Varedo 1972 With Iso involved in F1, Piero Rivolta decided that his company needed a mid-engined sportscar to join his range of road going GTs and this dramatic design by Ercole Spada was the result. The fibreglass body covered a tube frame chassis carrying a Ford V8 to provide healthy performance. We hope that the aircon was good as it appears that the only opening window was a small flap on the driverís side, this being neatly open on the model. The car sadly never made production but the sole example built still survives and the model checks out very well with its photos. The complex shape is neatly cast, the small parts are carefully fitted and the paint finish is excellent.
Very well finished resincast models, similar in style to Neo. Made in China for Italy.
Iso Rivolta Varedo model by Kess
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