The Sbarro Dominique III is a small sports car built in 1968.
It was powered by a Ford V8 GT40 engine and equipped with an air brake. Ther car was a one-off, the car was ordered by Pierre-Yves-Mourgues d'Algues, living in London. Franco Sbarro himself delivered the car in England, by road. The paint of the hood was damaged during the trip, leaving Franco Sbarro much embarrassed when he arrived in England. It was during this trip that Franco Sbarro met Eric Broadley, the Lola and GT40 designer. He was impressed by the Dominique III, so Sbarro took the opportunity to propose to make a road version of the Lola T70 MkIII, to be delivered in three months just for the Racing Car Show in London in January 1969. The Dominique III was initially painted in British racing green then in white. Dominique was the first name of the bride of the buyer and the number three referred to the third car designed by Franco Sbarro, the first two being Filipinetti 1 and Filipinetti 2.