Iso Rivolta: the Men and the machines
ISO, one of the Italian car constructors that even aspired to compete with Ferrari and Maserati in the Sixties and Seventies in the “thoroughbred” Grand Touring segment, has a long and fascinating history.
First as ISO, then as ISO RIVOLTA, the Italian company was able to create unforgettable cars, like the Isetta, forerunner of today’s city car, and the subsequent GT and Grifo, penned by the top stylists including Bertone, and designed by extraordinary technicians like Giotto Bizzarrini and Giampaolo Dallara.
And it is also through the testimonies of those men that this book reconstructs the absorbing story of this Italian atelier, from its origins to today, with an accurate text on the reconstruction of the facts, brought to life by great photography.
(PUB 09/2009, Autor: Wiston Goodfellow, Idioma: Inglês, 536 págs, 24X27 cms, capa mole, 130 fotos a cores e 950 p/b)