Model Overview

History of the 1964-1968 DeTomaso Vallelunga

Alejandro De Tomaso was born into cattle money in the Rio de la Plata region of Argentina, but he turned his attentions to racing and became a giant in Italy’s automotive industry, eventually taking control of Maserati and Innocenti as well as the company that bore his name. De Tomaso got his start making Formula One cars in the late 1950s, and likely had some of his heiress wife Isabelle’s capital behind him. The first road-going vehicle he produced was the Vallelunga, which started production with open-top and coupe prototypes in 1963. The Vallelunga was named after one of De Tomaso’s favorite race courses in Italy, and approximately 50 production examples – all coupes – were made in 1964-1965 and sold until 1968. A few additional racing examples were also produced.

1967 detomaso vallelunga Info

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