From 1967 to 1973, fewer than 400 Italia models were built, only 222 as convertibles. Carrozzeria Automobile Intermeccanica was established in Torino, Italy, in 1959 by chemical engineer Frank Reisner and his wife, Paula. Their cars combined Italian design with an American powertrain and their dream was to build beautiful performance cars. In 1967 the Reisners began production of the stunning Italia Spyder. The first Italias were exported to the United States in 1968. The cars were unlike anything else on the market and quickly gained the attention of discerning American car lovers. Its styling, which was classic Italian with vintage Ferrari undertones, was elegant. The Italias steel body was hand-formed, and its chassis was made from tubular steel. The coachwork is designed by Franco Scaglione. This 1969 Intermeccanica Italia Spyder represents a labor of love where no expense was too great in order to make it the best performing in existence. It was restored for more than $150.000. It even received engineering and modifications from the legendary Andy Granatelli Indy Car shop. The Chevrolet V-8 engine with 350 Cubic Inch and 345 HP is amazing. This is one of the rarest Italian coach-built vehicles in existence. The documentation is as extensive as it is impressive. Its sculpted lines are every bit as seductive as any Ferrari ever created. An outstanding blend of Italien design and American muscle.
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