This is the most highly optioned Intermeccanica Convertible d/ Roadster ever built at their factory in Vancouver, Canada. The exterior is an exquisite GM White Diamond Peal metallic matched with a full leather Espana Red interior and a deep burgundy Haartz Stayfast canvas soft top. The CB Performance massaged 2110cc VW Type 1 engine with 44 idf Webers turns out plenty of power and it is mated to a very rare 3 speed VW automatic transmission making this one of a handful of automatic replicas on the planet. Options include factory hardtop, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power door locks, air conditioning, high efficiency heater and defrost with 3 speed fan, 4 wheel disk brakes, remote alarm, radar detector, quartz clock, AM/FM/CD with Hirschmann auto antenna, H4 headlights, delay wipers, courtesy interior lights, right side mirror, power windshield washers , Nardi wood steering wheel, custom made shifter, custom cup holders, front and rear Euro bumper guards,15 inch Fuchs 5 spoke alloy wheels. This is a no expense spared recreation with every option imaginable incorporated in it. This is indeed. the Ultimate Driving ReCreation.
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