Intermeccanica was a custom design car company, founded by Frank and Paula Reisner in 1959. The company started by making speed equipment kits and exhaust systems. A US Formula Junior racer importer requested a racing car design from Intermeccanica and the model created was a real success, officially timed over 140 mph at the Monza track. After building race cars, Intermeccanica moved to making unique bodies for hand-assembled road cars. In 1962, the company released the Apollo prototype that won best in show at the New York Auto Show. Another highly successful model was the Torino, later re-branded as the Italia, a sexy and sporty design that was shipped to the U.S. from 1968 and sold in close to 400 units in North America and Germany. Intermeccanica developed the Indra with Bitter Cars and Opel in 1971.In 1975, the company relocated to California and started replica cars.
Should you be looking into purchasing a model designed by Intermeccanica, The Beverly Hills Car Club would be happy to help. Based in Los Angeles, the team has a large and growing inventory of classic cars for sale, ranging from pristine condition models to more affordable ones that need a little work. The team is also known for sharing some valuable tips and recommendations that will help you make the best possible transaction. For one, theyll suggest you hire a classic car expert to carry out a pre-purchase inspection so that youre fully aware of the condition and value of the model youre thinking about purchasing.
Connect with The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to hear all about the many services offered by the representatives or to inquire about their current inventory for sale. The team is looking forward to helping you find the Intermeccanica model you want. The team welcomes you to view the inventory anytime and the staff available and ready to assist you with your research at your convenience.
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