1966 Innocenti C Coupe Vehicle Profile

1966 Innocenti C photograph

1966 Innocenti C
Only 487 Innocenti coupes were produced for the European market between 1965 and 1968. None were imported into the U.S. This car was built in Milan and remained there until it was purchased from the President of the Innocenti Car Club.

This car was built as a joint effort between Austin-Healey, in England and Innocenti in Italy. The Austin-Healey Sprite chassis (Type HAN7), engine and running gear were shipped from England to Italy where the Italian-designed body, electrical system, and instruments were mated to the chassis. All coupes were left-handed drive with metric instrumentation.

Although the Innocenti Coupe' appears small, the interior space provides comfortable seating and headroom for six-foot drivers or passengers. The doors are 4-inches larger than the Austin-Healey Sprite and provide easy entry and exit. Performance/comfort is better than the Sprite due to the tight fitting body, Italian seats and roll-up windows.

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Vehicle Profiles

Chassis information for the Innocenti Spyder1965 Convertible
Coachbuilder: Ghia
Chassis Num: 301907

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