Adjust Payment Terms ×

We want to help you find the perfect car that fits your budget. Please adjust the options below so we can estimate the most accurate monthly payments.

Estimated Credit Score or Interest Rate

Desired Loan Term (months)

How much will you put down?

All tax, title and vehicle registration fees are additional. See dealer for complete details.

1969 Intermeccanica Italia Spyder


Are You Interested?

Our vehicle experts are standing by to answer any questions:

Call Us (949) 791-2167

Vehicle Location

Private Collection Motors
849 W 18th St
Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Email Us

Please check errors
1969 INTERMECHANNICA ITALIA SPYDER Complete Rotisserie Restoration 33.700 Actual Miles Rare and Desirable Spyder One of Only 354 Built Built in Torino, Italy Ford Chasis with 351 Windsor Race Motor with Complete Rebuild by Superior Automotive Engineering with 200 Miles on Rebuild Rare Red/Black Color Combination Excellent Performance Hurst Shifter Keft Hand Talbot Mirror Dino Wood Rimmed Steering Wheel New Michelin Tires 1960s Italian Style with Reliable American V-8Ford Windsor Motor Performance History Intermechannica was established in 1959 by chemical engineer Frank Reisner and his wife Paula. Their cars combined Italian artistry with an American drivetrain. The Reisners were passionate car enthusiasts who loved sports cars and racing. They traveled to Europe and settled in Torino, Italy where they opened their company and began manufacturing after market performance parts. in 1967, after a series of names, ownership and engineering changes within the company, the Reisners began producing the stunning italia Spyder. The design was one of a Ford chassis and Ford racing motor with Italian inspired body and design. The first Italias were exported to the US in 1968. sThe cards were unlike anything else on the market and quickly gained discerning American car lovers attention. However, the limited production and a price tag of $8500, only the affluent could afford them. To many aficionados, the 1969 intermechannica Italia Spyder was na automotive masterpiece. The carss Parancing Bull badging was a gracious nod to Torinos coat of arms. Its styling, when was classic Italian with vintage Ferrari undertones, was elegant. Its performance was equally impressive, as it could reach 0-60 mph in 6.2 seconds and had a top speed of 155 mph, which was attained through a powerful and proven Ford V-8 351 cu. in. motor. The Italias steel body was hand formed, and its chassis was made from tubular steel. With only 354 produced from 1967-1973, the Italia has since taken on an appealing mystique as a rare and collectible automobile. Today it is highly desired by collector and enthusiasts who seek a genuine classic Italian sports car thrill. The 1969 Intermechannica italia Spyder featured here is finished in a rare color combination of Red over a rich Black leather interior and Black convertible top, including plower windows and Borrani wire wheels. This limited-production Italian sports has been restored beautifully. A mere 33,700 miles are present on the odometer, a number that reflects the total mileage since new. This stunning Italia Spyder is for the investor, enthusiast or collector who appreciates limited production motorcars and a timeless Italian design.
  • Condition: Used
  • Model: Italia
  • Trim: Spyder
  • Exterior: Red
  • Interior: Black
  • Stock: B5589
  • VIN #: 59229314
  • Mileage: 33858
All pricing and details are believed to be accurate, but we do not warrant or guarantee such accuracy. The prices shown above, may vary from region to region, as will incentives, and are subject to change. Vehicle information is based off standard equipment and may vary from vehicle to vehicle. Call or email for complete vehicle specific information. WARNING: Operating, servicing and maintaining a passenger vehicle or off-road vehicle can expose you to chemicals including engine exhaust, carbon monoxide, phthalates, and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. To minimize exposure, avoid breathing exhaust, do not idle the engine except as necessary, service your vehicle in a well-ventilated area and wear gloves or wash your hands frequently when servicing your vehicle. For more information go to
1 Viewed