The Varedo was Iso's attempt to join in the mid-engined supercar craze of the early 70's. Conceived by Piero Rivolta (who's family controlled Iso at the time), the striking Ghia styled fibreglass bodywork encompassed a mid-mounted 5.7L Ford V8 pumping out a respectable 325bhp.
The Varedo debuted at the 1972 Torino Auto Show to much acclaim. Unfortunately, just a single example was produced due to the company changing hands and the eventual demise of the Iso marque following the 1974 oil crisis.
Piero found the car in a dilapidated state in the mid 1970's and had it restored to pristine condition. The car now resides in the Sarasota Classic Car Museum in Florida.