In the 1960 to 1963 the company "Northeast Engineering Co.", which was based in Turin under the "Intermeccanica" name, produced about 20 coupés. The distribution company "Intermeccanica-Puch" (Italy/Austria) received the brand name IMP. IMP was outwardly very much a Fiat and/or Abarth lookalike but was was an aluminum two seater coupe with a top speed of 160 km/h built on the body platform of the Steyr-Puch, a small structure that had a two-cylinder rear engine with either 500cc or 650cc. The racing version won the 500cc class at Nurburgring. In 1963, the production of Frank Reisner's "Intermeccanica" was abandoned.
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