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Iso Lele - 1969-1979Details click here
Iso, originally a refrigerator manufacturer, turned to motor scooters after world war ii, then to bubble cars like the isetta and finally to fullscale autos powered by chevrolet v8 engines. The first example of the latter was the rivolta, introduced in late 1962. It was replaced by the lele, although the two actually overlapped. The lele was one of the last two iso models.
Isotta-fraschini 8a - 1924-1932Details click here
Even after fiat decided not to produce its long-rumored twelve-cylinder superfiat, italy continued to dominate the market for exports to the united states during the thirties. One key reason was the completely new look that isotta-fraschini gave to its popular tipo 8a model in its debut year of 1924.
Isotta-fraschini Km4 - 1911-1914Details click here
Three young milanese, oreste fraschini, his brother vincenzo, and cesare isotta, formed a partnership before the turn of the century to import renaults from france. Around 1908, they undertook the production of large four-cylinder cars and guaranteed their publicity by participating in several competitions, notably the targa florio of 1908.
Ital Design Aztec - 1988Details click here
For the 20th anniversary of his ital design studio, giorgio giugiaro unveiled a star wars prototype sports roadster called the aztec. This turbocharged car was not meant just for show: The company, which spent about si.2 million to make it, licensed the aztec to a japanese firm planning to produce 52 after modifying the design to road use.
Jaguar Mark Vii - 1950-1956Details click here
Many jaguars of the early fifites were wolves in sheeps clothing, their bulky frames hiding advanced machinery under a skin of steel. The mark vii was no exception
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