1965 Innocenti Spyder Convertible / 301907 Vehicle Information

1965 Innocenti Spyder photograph

1965 Innocenti Spyder photograph

1965 Innocenti Spyder photograph

1965 Innocenti Spyder photograph

1965 Innocenti Spyder photograph

1965 Innocenti Spyder photograph

1965 Innocenti Spyder photograph

1965 Innocenti Spyder photograph

1965 Innocenti Spyder photograph

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Convertible
Coachwork: Ghia
Chassis #: 301907
The Innocenti Spyder S was based on the Austin-Healey Sprite, as it used the same suspension, steering, drivetrain, and engine, but it had a unique body styled by Ghia. It also included some luxuries not seen in the Sprite, such as wind-up windows, larger doors, and external door handles. This car is a Spyder S, which was introduced in 1963 with a slightly larger engine versus the original cars. The engine came from the Mark II Sprite. The S was different cosmetically over the earlier Innocenti Spyders, with a new grille, badging, hubcaps, and interior.


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


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