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IsoRivolta Lele Sport


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1st Reg. date: 1974

Color: Yellow

Interior: Black Leather

Price: €POA

The Lele Sport is the lightweight and more powerful version of the Lele and was created as a direct result of Iso's brief involvement with Formula 1 during 1973 and 1974. During this period Frank Williams ran the Iso-Marlboro team, fielding his own cars with Marlboro and Iso sponsorship. Following an original request by Philip Morris (Marlboro) for two "special" and more potent versions of the Lele for the use of their two Iso-Marlboro F1  drivers, a virtually identical car was put into limited production as the Lele Sport. They were made only in 1973/4 and the total production run was no more than 20, with right hand drive of course being exceptionally rare. They were also considerably more expensive than the standard Lele, costing approximately twice as much as a Ferrari Dino 246. Additionally, a special lightweight interior was designed exclusively for the Sport version, with a more sporting and "driver-friendly" dashboard and a vinyl/fabric combination for the upholstery, and also featured separate rear seats, vinyl was used instead of the usual leather to save weight. The Ford 351 Cobra Jet engine was exclusive to the Lele Sport and produced 365BHP. The Sport version is around 500 lbs lighter than standard.

This nice and well maintained RHD Lele Sport is currently available for sale. It was subject to a comprehensive mechanical and cosmetic service. The car is offered with valid UK title and documented history file.


This particular car was the actual car featured in the March 1974 edition of the "Motor Sport" magazine for their test evaluation, (as well as some other motoring magazines including the Australian "Motor").

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