1963 Innocenti SpyderSOLD

AutoSport 2007 Auction, The NEC - Birmingham UK, Saturday 13th January 2007

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Estimate: ú2,000-4,000

Sold: ú2,000

Innocenti was founded in 1931 by Ferdinando Innocenti as a manufacturer of steel tubing. The company soon became very successful, due largely to its patented scaffolding system. Following the Second World War, in which much of its production facilities were destroyed, Innocenti used generous government grants to venture into scooter production at his rebuilt plant in the Lambratte area of Milan. He introduced the Lambretta in 1946, thus bringing mobility to the post-war Italian masses. He later branched out into the manufacture of automotive parts and car-body presses for such companies as Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia, Ford and VW. The Innocenti Spyder (1961-1970) was a re-bodied version of the Austin Healey Sprite. This cheeky example is a fully up and running example of this rare Italian sportscar. Complete with 12 months MoT and fully registered in the EU, this must represent a modestly priced great fun car in original condition.

Reference Number 5641

as of 1/2/2007

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Car 1963 Innocenti Spyder