15. Bizzarinni 5300 GT Strada
Giotto Bizzarrini is one of the greatest names in the history of automotive engineering. As a person who worked for Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Iso, he helped create some of the finest sports cars of the ‘60s, including the mythical Ferrari 250 GTO. In the mid-60s, Giotto decided to produce his own sports car. So by using an Iso Grifo base, he introduced the Bizzarrini GT 5300 Strada.
This was a semi-racing model he transformed into a road-going coupe. Under the hood was 5.3-liter Chevrolet V8; hence, the name, GT 5300. They tuned the engine to produce higher HP ratings. Also, they moved it as far back as possible for the best weight distribution. They built the car out of aluminum. And since it was light, it was fast, even by today’s standards as well as a good basis for a racing car.