My Car Quest

March 1, 2024

The Intermeccanica Italia an Italian Convertible Sports Car

Deep in the My Car Quest archives in the Wayback Machine from June 2012 I found this interesting article written by Dan Eastwood (from Michigan). Don't forget to read the comments as well. I love reader stories and if any of you want to make a … [Read more...]

Missing: 1969 Intermeccanica Italia IMX

Where is it now? by Wallace Wyss - I don't know where it is. I don't even know if it's worth finding. But it is a one off show car Intermeccanica made for the 1969 Turin show. I think it was an update of the Italia. A coupe version. … [Read more...]

The Passion of an Intermeccanica Italia Owner

Text and photos by Warren Seifer - I have had my Intermeccanica Italia for 25 years. During my tenure, I’ve restored it, keeping it as original as possible. The Ford 351 engine, Hurst linkage 4 speed, and Ford rear end have been … [Read more...]

Another Mystery Car: Titania Veltro GTT 1500

by Wallace Wyss - Through the years I've looked at thousands of pictures of Italian cars. Some images stuck in my head. Like the one-off Titania, not only the unusual name (Titanic? Named after titanium?) but because of the shape, I always … [Read more...]

Restomod, Pro-Touring, Replica Or Something Completely Different

by Mike Gulett - I suspect that, like me, many of you are attracted to the idea of creating a custom car that is suited to your own tastes and may run on modern mechanicals for a better and more reliable driving experience than the original or it … [Read more...]

Editorial: A Suggestion for Pebble Beach – An Intermeccanica Class

by Wallace Wyss - When I was a kid I'd go to the Greenfield Village Old Car Show, in a village built by Henry Ford to recall America as it was in his youth. But I'd be a little bored because too many of the cars were from the teens or '30s. And … [Read more...]