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Bizzarrini was an automotive manufacturer in the 1960s. Founded by former Ferrari engineer, Giotto Bizzarrini, the company built a number of automobiles before failing in 1969. The marque has been revived on a number of concept cars in the 2000s.
Although a number of names were used, most Bizzarrini products were variations of a single model, the A3C GT Strada. This entered production in 1965 and was later called the Grifo and 5300 GT before manufacturing ceased in 1969. A second model, the Europa, was also produced in low volumes. Bizzarrini also built a racing car, the P538, in 1966. The 1968 Manta concept car, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro of ItalDesign, was a forerunner of Giugiaro's radical designs from the 1970s, including the Stratos.
After the Bizzarrini concern ended in 1969, the factory turned to producing the AMC AMX.
1967 Bizzarrini P538
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