by Mike –
Remember when there were black and white photos and typewriters, or printed letters on paper? Years ago when I used film I would use black and white film sometimes because it was cheaper than color film.
The black and white photos below of the Iso Grifo A3/L Prototype were taken by Ron Kellogg, the owner at the time, in the mid-1970s.
UPDATE: See David Grant’s Comment in the Comment section about these color photos.
The color photos below were taken in Ron Kellogg’s driveway in 1995. The new owner wanted Ron and his wife Sonya to see the Iso Grifo A3/L Prototype after the restoration.
The Iso Grifo A3/L Prototype advertisement below was a fax dated October 27, 1996. It is interesting to read – the price had been reduced to $130,000 from $195,000. That is quite a large price reduction but today there would be another zero added.
Below is a typed, or printed written letter (not an email) to Ron Kellogg from David Grant, a regular reader of My Car Quest. David has worked on many Isos, including my former Grifo.
My thanks to Ron and Sonya Kellogg for the use of the photos and documents above.
More recent photos of the Iso Grifo A3/L are here.