The Italian Cobra? 1969 Intermeccanica Torino Italia

Intermeccanica, a still-going concern, has an interesting history. Starting out in Turin Italy, the specialty car manufacturer moved to the U.S. in 1975 and now calls Vancouver, British Columbia home. And starting in 1970, Intermeccanica had to ditch the… more»

Ford-Powered Rarity: 1971 Intermeccanica Italia

The Intermeccanica Italia is a rarely-seen V8-powered sports car that was built in extremely limited quantities. Today, we do see the topless version of the Italia appear for sale, but the fixed-roof coupe is very hard to come by…. more»

V8 Powered Italian! 1969 Intermeccanica Italia

The Intermeccanica Italia arrived in the US market in 1968 using what was then a proven formula — swoopy European body meets American V-8 power for a long-term relationship in the fast lane! The end result in this case… more»

Arizona Barn Find: 1968 Intermeccanica Italia Spyder

Some classic project cars appear, and even in their unrestored state, they are still achingly beautiful. This 1968 Intermeccanica Italia Spyder is a perfect example. It looks pretty sad at present, but if you look past the baked paint,… more»

Prototype Revisited: 1972 Intermeccanica Squire SS100

Here at Barn Finds, not only do we love to see and write about the hidden gems that people find that have been squirreled away for years, but occasionally, we also have the privilege of writing about these cars… more»

Stalled Restoration: 1971 Intermeccanica Italia

The person who buys this 1971 Intermeccanica Italia is going to need some patience when it comes to restoring the car. Their patience should be well rewarded, as once properly restored, they will find themselves owning a car that… more»

READER AD: Wild 1971 Intermeccanica Italia!

UPDATE 7/10/2019 – If you’d like to give this wild Intermeccanica a home, this might be your last chance before it goes to auction. John and Scott have decided to send it to Monterey to be auctioned by Mecum… more»

V8 Powered Italian: 1969 Intermeccanica Omega

If you’ve never seen or heard of an Intermeccanica Omega, no one will blame you. They built just 33 of these American powered Italians. Given the steel being used to build Italian cars in this era, rust issues are… more»

1 of 56: 1970 Intermeccanica Italia Coupe

Designed by renowned Italian designer Franco Scaglione, the Intermeccanica Italia was built between 1966 and 1970. For the first three years of production it was only built as a Spyder, with a very limited number of coupes built during… more»

Elvis’ Shooting Brake: Intermeccanica Murena GT

One of only eleven built, this Intermeccanica Murena GT is a rare and unusual classic, even more so for the fact that it was owned by Elvis Presley. Packing a factory Ford 429 V8, as well as air conditioning… more»

Ferrari 275 Fighter: 1967 Vetta Ventura

At first glance you might not know what this Rare Vetta Ventura is, I know I hadn’t ever heard of one before Dennis shared his most recent find with me. This now very rusty, but once beautiful machine is… more»

Flying Brick: 1969 Intermeccanica Murena GT

While surfing deep into the heart of eBay, I spotted a listing that caught my attention. The main photo was of a VIN tag, so that wasn’t of particular interest, but the name next to it was. Intermeccanica is… more»

1 Of 33: 1967 Intermeccanica Omega

UPDATE 1/9/15 – This Omega is back on eBay with a new seller and a higher starting bid. Thanks for the update 57Wayne! FROM 9/12/15 – It may not look like much in the photo, but this 1967 Intermeccanica Omega… more»

The Thorndyke Special

When reader John B. placed a bid for this rare 1965 Apollo GT on eBay, he had no idea just how special it really was. He discovered that this car had quite an interesting past. Read the whole story… more»

Storage Unit Find Revealed

If you guessed that the mystery car from earlier was a 1969 Intermeccanica Italia GT, than you guessed right! The seller of this Italia has owned it since the mid ’70s and parked it in 1975. The front end… more»

Lost Prototype: Intermeccanica Squire SS100

Intermeccanica began building their own cars in 1959, but in 1974 the company began developing their first replica, the Squire SS100. The first prototype was built in Italy and sent to Philadelphia in 1972, but shortly thereafter disappeared and… more»