For sale: Iso Grifo GL 350 1967
If you are interested in buying a car like this, I assume you already know about the Iso brand and their cars. There were only 413 Iso Grifos built and there were 3 engine variations. A 300hp V8, a 350hp and a 390hp. This car is the 350hp with a 5 speed ZF gearbox from factory. It is a matching numbers car. The paint is old and worn and in the grill area and left wheel arch it is in black primer. It had the front and the rear end recently rebuilt with new bushings shocks, brakes etc. Tyres are new and the exhaust is new. New carpets with ISO logo. Interior is completely original and looks good. All instruments work. The car passed Technical Control in Sweden (MOT, TUF) in May. Owners and maintenace records is well documented.
History: Acording to chassinumber the car was produced 1967 and the first delivery was to Germany. There is a copy of the German fahrzeugbrief and a sales reciept dated 1977 when Ingvar Malmstroem bought the car for the price of 8000DM and took it to Sweden. First registration in Sweden is 1981 acording to Swedish T.S. But the car was used here from 1977 and was owned by a lady in Malmö and then it was passed between 3 car dealers. A total of 6 owners in Sweden including dealers.
The Iso Grifo is for me one of the best classic sportscars in the world. It has styling that stands out and is admired even by crowds clueless about classic sportscars. It has performance and sound to match the looks without being overly complicated and expensive to maintain. It is big enough to bring a small family and a suitcase for those Grand Touring trips. Driving it is addictive, you want to go a little bit more every time, and it is a car that you can drive long and hard knowing that the likelihood of meeting somebody else with the same car is very small.
Please note, this is a limited time offer. Most of these cars are today toprestored and are very expencive. Here is your chance to buy an excellent driver for a very reasonable price. Ten years ago you could buy a Grifo for 35.000$! Look at what these cars cost today! And where will they be in another ten years? Buy one while you can.