This relic is what remains of an Intermeccanica called Omega, but the first name given to this model when it came out in 1966 was “Griffith”.
Actually that’s not the first time we see this car for sale: of course it needs a huge amount of work but it’s a rare car and, last but not least, it has beautiful lines; at the end of the day the engine is Ford but it’s a classic italian desing what you see here.
The problem is of course not its design but the huge amount of rust visible everywhere: this poor baby has been leaved somewhere where it is rotten and somehow eated by rats. This baby needs very experts hands to fix all that metal and give it a correct shape. At least it looks almost complete and that’s always a good thing. Just for the reason above, we believe that to sell this car the reserve price could not be much far from the starting bid. Find it for sale here in Trenton, NJ, with a starting bid of $8,500 and reserve not met.