My Car Quest

August 5, 2021

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...]

Apollo GTs For Sale – Six of Them!

by Mike Gulett - The Apollo GT was an American made sports car produced and sold by International Motor Cars from 1962 to 1964 in Oakland, California. The Apollo project was the dream of Milt Brown and Newt Davis, who wanted to build an American … [Read more...]