Motor Boat & Yachting drives the greatest Riva ever built!
- Wed, 1 May 2013
Do not miss the June issue of Motor Boat & Yachting - out Thursday - where we bring you an eight-page special on the greatest classic Riva ever built.
The 1960 Riva Tritone Special Cadillac was a complete one-off, which Carlo Riva was nagged to build by a wealthy Italian industrialist.
SEE A GALLERY OF THE RIVA TRITONE SPECIAL CADILLAC
The result was hull no 132, known as Ribot III, which at the time was the longest, fastest and most powerful Riva ever built.
MBY editor Hugo was lucky enough to bag a ride before it goes up for auction in late May, where it's expected to go for between €500-700,000.
You can read his exclusive report in the June issue. Elsewhere in the magazine, we've got full tests of the new Princess 52, Outer Reef 700, and Cerri 102.
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