How much is a Bizzarrini car worth?

How much is a Bizzarrini car worth?

The average value of a Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada in perfect condition is $1.2 million, triple what it was in 2010, according to Jonathan Klinger, a spokesman for Hagerty. Today a Bizzarrini 5300 GT America in perfect condition has an average value of $850,000—more than two and a half times its value in 2010.

Is bizzarrini a real car?

Bizzarrini S.p.A. was an Italian automotive manufacturer in the 1960s founded by former Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and Iso engineer Giotto Bizzarrini. The company built a small number of highly developed and advanced sport and racing automobiles before failing in 1969. Notable models include the 5300 GT Strada and the P538S.

What kind of car is a bizzarrini?

The Bizzarrini Strada (also 5300 GT Strada and 5300 GT), was a sports car produced by Bizzarrini from 1964 to 1968. Sold as an exceptionally low slung 2-seat coupe, roadster, and track-tuned “Corsa” racer, it proved to be Bizzarrini’s most successful model.

Who owns Bizzarrini P538?

Larry Kosilla
Larry Kosilla is no stranger to detailing expensive and unique cars. He’s done everything from a Formula One car to a classic McLaren F1 GTR LT. As insane as it sounds, getting his hands on a one-of-six Bizzarrini P538 isn’t too surprising.

What kind of car was the Bizzarrini Manta?

Built from Bizzarrini parts, the Manta was one of Giorgetto Giugiaro’s first independent designs as an independent consultant. He used it to promote and launch Ital Design in Turin. The Manta is remarkable as it was built up from an ex-Le Mans racer and it is one of the first cars the world to use a triple seat arrangement.

Is the Bizzarrini 5300 GT available for sale?

At Classic Driver, we offer a worldwide selection of Bizzarrini 5300 GTs for sale. Use the filters to narrow down your selection based on price, year and mileage – to help find your dream Bizzarrini 5300 GT.

What did Giorgetto Giugiaro use for the Bizzarrini Manta?

Giorgetto Giugiaro had a personal interest in the car from its inception and he drew up a plan with Giotto Bizzarrini to use his most developed chassis for a radical showcar. This chassis, borrowed from the P538 prototype, was a tubular steel design that was meant to endure the hardship of Lemans and the grunt from a fully tuned Chevrolet V8.

When did the Bizzarrini car company close down?

Bizzarrini was an Italian automotive company, founded by former Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and Lamborghini engineer Giotto Bizzarrini in 1964. The company produced around 200 high performance coupés – including the 5300 Strada – before closing down in 1969.