The Bizzarrini Europa was basically the shrunk version of the bigger and very expensive 5300 GT Strada, equipped with an aluminium body and a 327 c.i. Chevrolet Engine.
The Europa, on the other side, was equally beautiful but was build in order to fulfill the needs and the wallet of a less rich customers; it had a fiberglass body and generally was equipped with a 1897 c.c. inline-four Opel engine, although these cars were built upon request and many of them had different features.
Maybe just because these cars were basically “custom” made, we didn’t know about a spider version: the one published here looks a pure spider without even the soft top, we don’t know if the car was intended to be so or if the soft top has been just lost. Interiors look quite raw,more similar to a kit car than to a GT; the engine has one only carburetor but all the Bizzarrini we’ve seen so far had the same engine fed by a couple of Webers; we’d have so many questions about it but one certainty: the car looks beautiful Find it here near Milano, Italy, with bidding at $20,100 and no reserve price.