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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1963 - 1965
Numbers built:7 (Corsa)
Introduced at:1963 Turin Motor Show
Designed by:Giorgietto Giugiaro for Bertone
Successor:Bizzarrini 5300 GT Corsa
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:February 18, 2013
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Chassis B 0201 Built in the second half of 1963, this is the Iso A3/C displayed at the 1963 Turin Motor Show. It was subsequently prepared for racing and briefly campaigned by Pierre Noblet. Joined by Edgar Berney, he placed second in class and 19th overall in the 1964 ADAC 1000km at the N>>>

Chassis B 0202 Arguably the most famous Iso Grifo A3/C of them all, this was the car sold new to Ed Hugus to compete in the 1964 Sebring 12 Hours. Although it struggled with gearbox issues in the race and only placed 39th, it had certainly captured the attention from the gathered crowd and>>>

Chassis B 0207 Built to full competition specification, this A3/C was entered in the 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans by Auguste Veuillet for the factory. As the model was not fully homologated, it was forced to race in the prototype class. Shared by Pierre Noblet and Edgar Berney, it finished fou>>>

Chassis B 0209 Finished in a dark red with black leather seats and one of just ten built in 1964, this early Iso A3/C was delivered new to legendary French singer Jean-Philippe Smet, who was better known as Johnny Hallyday. 'The Elvis Presley' of France took delivery of the car late in 196>>>

Chassis B 0213 Completed early in 1965, this A3/C was sold new to a German enthusiast through local importer Auto Becker. Soon after arriving in Germany, it was road tested for Auto Motor und Sport magazine by Le Mans winning journalist Paul Frère. Chassis B 0213 was then sold >>>

Chassis B 0215 One of just a handful of right-hand drive Iso Grifo A3/Cs built with the original riveted Drogo bodywork, this example was delivered new to Derek Wharton in 1965. He raced the car at several events on the British Isles, making it the only right-hand drive A3/C with a period >>>

Chassis B 0222 Built early in 1965 as a works racing car, chassis 0222 was the penultimate Grifo A3/C. After failing to reach the finish in the ADAC 1000 km at the Nürburgring, it finished ninth overall and first in class at Le Mans. Following its contemporary racing career, the most >>>

  Article Image gallery (114) Chassis (7) Specifications