Giotto Bizzarrini walked out on Ferrari (where he was working on the 250 GTO) in the ‘palace revolt of 1961.’ Soon after, he was working for himself, and accepted a commission he Renzo Rivolta, a wealthy Milanese industrialist, who wanted to build a GT car under his own Iso brand. Several cars resulted from this collaboration, eventually leading us to the Bizzarrini 5300 GT via Classic Driver:
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Source: Classic Driver
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