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February 29, 2020

Iso Rivolta GT For Sale – Barn Find – Restoration Project

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by Mike –

Are you looking for an Iso Rivolta GT for sale to restore? Or maybe a parts car for your current Iso Rivolta GT project? Or maybe something else?

This is a USA delivered Iso Rivolta that has not been driven since the early 1980s. It was built on September 5, 1967 and was delivered with an automatic transmission and a 3.31 axle ratio.

The photos speak for themselves. It wasn’t really in a barn but you get the idea.

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Make: Iso

Model: Rivolta GT IR300

Year: 1967

Chassis number: IR 420653

Body material: Steel

Exterior color: Green

Interior color: Tan

Engine description: 327 cid GM Block Stamp Date (T0524HC): the engine in the car doesn’t match the number on the ID plate

Odometer: 66,853 miles

Complete car, Barn Find, Needs Restoration

Ownership history – 2 owners, always in Georgia, USA with Georgia title

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Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

Iso Rivolta GT for sale

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Comments

  1. Price looks a bit too high given the condition, especially when compared to a silver one featured here that sold not too long ago

  2. brianwilliams335 says

    Given the exterior photos and the lifetime Georgia location, rockers, floors, trunk floor, valences will also require attention. Factor in the auto transmission, interior condition, likely mechanical issues, etc., I would say this is a $10,000-$15,000 car at the most. Thankfully the car looks to be reasonably complete.

  3. The bidding for this Iso Rivolta GT is now at $25,000 US on eBay.

  4. brianwilliams335 says

    Alas, assuming the auction activity is legitimate, my analysis and consequent valuation appear woefully off the mark!

  5. Brian, its so hard to tell which bids are legit and which are bogus. So many times I’ve seen cars with unrealistic high bids only to reappear on ebay. Personally I agree with your estimate

  6. I am told by the seller this Iso Rivolta GT has sold for $25,000!

  7. Nope. Back on Ebay.

  8. Brian Williams says

    Determined to get his $24,900!

  9. The fact that this car is pictured in front of the body shop should be the first caution flag. Looks like the seller had the work appraised but quickly decided to sell upon receiving the estimate. The buyer is a brave Iso fan!

  10. Oops, I thought it sold. Just reinforces what I said in my previous comment. It seems that the “previous buyer” could not complete transaction after seeing the car in person. The sale price is just too optimistic given the condition (essentially a complete parts car) and the fact that the value is not helped by the car being an automatic.

  11. Brian Williams says

    Speaking of parts, I like the steering wheel!

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