Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe - 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

Bizzarrini (the company) was founded in the 1960’s by Giotto Bizzarrini, a former Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and ISO engineer. His CV includes the Ferrari 250 TR, the Ferrari 250 GT SWB, and the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO whilst working at Ferrari as a developer, designer, test driver, and chief engineer.

After he was fired from Ferrari in 1961, he was hired by Count Giovanni Volpi to convert a Ferrari 250 GT SWB to GTO spec, in the process creating the Ferrari 250 GT SWB Drogo (or Breadvan, to give it its more common name).

Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe - 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe – 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe - 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe – 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe - 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe – 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe - 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe – 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe - 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C

Jamie McIntyre and Bobby Verdon-Roe – 1964 ISO Bizzarrini A3C