1975 Iso Lele 2+2 for sale in London (RHD)
- An exceptionally rare and striking GT car of the 1970s
- 1 of only 45 RHD examples produced
- Recently the subject of a thorough program of recommissioning by its previous owner
- Supplied with the original owners manual
The Iso Lele can rightly be termed today as an act of vision. It resulted from a promise that Piero Rivolta, son of Iso founder Renzo Rivolta, made to his wife, for whom the Lele was named, that Iso would be a full-line car company.
Even among Italo-exotica, the Lele is an incredible rarity. A total of 285 were built from 1970 through 1974, with a mere 45 having been produced in Right Hand Drive configuration. It is believed that only around half of those Right hand drive cars survive today.
Registered on 27th January 1975, and finished in the classic combination of Rosso with a Tan/Nero leather interior, this very rare survivor is one of the last Lele’s produced by ISO.
The engine received a service with new fluids, and the fitting of a new fuel pump. To improve running and reliability the distributor was uprated to a new electronic unit. The rear exhaust sections were renewed and the suspension was also attended to, with the fitting of new shock absorbers, new rear springs and new track rod ends. As a finishing touch the wheels have been refurbished and look beautiful..
Now running and driving as it should, and offered with its UK V5 document and current MoT certificate, this is a fantastic opportunity to find yourself behind the wheel of a very rare and striking GT car of the 1970s.
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