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White Pre A Model S at Sunset

Intermeccanica Pre-A Model "S"

The Intermeccanica “S Pre-A” is a custom built high quality reproduction of the 1955 “Bee Hive” Speedster.  This coachwork features in-house designed and built tubular steel perimeter chassis and Canadian made one piece composite body. Viewed by 356 enthusiasts and the most unique version this 1955 inspired Pre-A with is menacing looking “low bow” top, celestially pointing “bee hive” lights and minimalist (fuel gauge free) instrument panel has a character all of its own.  Just as easily configured to take on a truly “vintage” appearance as it is to be the embodiment of the “outlaw” spirit the Intermeccanica “S Pre-A” is the limited production end of a limited production product.   Each Intermeccanica “S Pre-A” is carefully assembled to the original specifications and materials.

Distinctive Features

Pure Sportscar Form

This raw but refined IM is the ultimate way to connect with nature and the road under you, and is the lightest Intermeccanica available,

Distinguished Design

The Pre-A sports traditional “bee hive” lights, a unique instrument panel, a full scissor action low profile top and has a highly customizable form.

Customised Comfort

Featuring traditional bucket seats with hip, shoulder and leg room for drivers 6 feet tall or more, power glass roll up windows, and positive window seals.

Silver Pre A Model S
Pre A Speedster Interior
  • Distinctive “Pre-A” design
  • Glass roll-up power windows with positive seal at windshield, hidden switches
  • Early style low bow convertible top, with original style with fully articulated top frame
  • Original inspired  “S” bucket seats
  • Pre-A dash featuring 100mm tach and speedo and 52mm center mounted oil temp gauge, vertical warning lights
  • Pre-A bee hive style tail lights
  • Shine down license plate light
  • Full custom construction hand-built to customer specifications
  • Original restoration grade detail and materials throughout
  • Intermeccanica designed and fabricated- tube-steel chassis
  • Original style cockpit layout with ample space and leg-room (even for drivers over six feet)
  • Canadian made one-piece, hand laid ISO resin composite body, box-section hood, trunk and doors
  • Oven post-cured body to guarantee fiberglass stability
  • High-quality body preparation and paint, utilizing epoxy primer and Glasurit German acrylic urethane paint
  • Full cut-polish finish
  • Dedicated body and suspension assembly by Intermeccanica staff utilizing a combination of in-house fabricated components and top quality original restoration parts