The Apollo was a United States-built sports car/personal automobile manufactured from 1962 to 1964 in Oakland, California. Engineered by Milt Brown and designed by Ron Plescia, it featured Italian handmade aluminum bodywork with a choice between two-seater convertible or fastback styles. Power came from a 215 cu in (3.5 l) or 300 cu in (4.9 l) Buick engine to a 4-speed manual. The company, International Motor Cars, built 42 cars before suspending production while seeking new financing. IMC allowed the sale of body/chassis units to Vanguard Motors in Dallas, Texas to produce cars under the Vetta Ventura name and these were made until 1966 by Vanguard Inc of Dallas, Texas. This was a stop-gap measure to keep the carrozzeria (body producer) Intermeccanica in business until new backers were fo

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  • The Apollo was a United States-built sports car/personal automobile manufactured from 1962 to 1964 in Oakland, California. Engineered by Milt Brown and designed by Ron Plescia, it featured Italian handmade aluminum bodywork with a choice between two-seater convertible or fastback styles. Power came from a 215 cu in (3.5 l) or 300 cu in (4.9 l) Buick engine to a 4-speed manual. The company, International Motor Cars, built 42 cars before suspending production while seeking new financing. IMC allowed the sale of body/chassis units to Vanguard Motors in Dallas, Texas to produce cars under the Vetta Ventura name and these were made until 1966 by Vanguard Inc of Dallas, Texas. This was a stop-gap measure to keep the carrozzeria (body producer) Intermeccanica in business until new backers were found. (en)
  • Der Apollo GT war ein in Italien hergestellter Sportwagen, der europäisches Design mit amerikanischer Großserientechnik verband und in den 1960er Jahren in erster Linie auf dem amerikanischen Markt vertrieben wurde. Die Fahrzeuge wurden nacheinander ohne wesentliche technische Änderungen unter einer ganzen Reihe unterschiedlicher Namen verkauft. Der Apollo GT ist der Vorläufer des auch in Europa erfolgreichen Intermeccanica Italia. (de)
  • La Apollo GT è stata un'automobile sportiva statunitense prodotta tra il 1962 ed il 1965 ad Oakland, California. (it)
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  • Der Apollo GT war ein in Italien hergestellter Sportwagen, der europäisches Design mit amerikanischer Großserientechnik verband und in den 1960er Jahren in erster Linie auf dem amerikanischen Markt vertrieben wurde. Die Fahrzeuge wurden nacheinander ohne wesentliche technische Änderungen unter einer ganzen Reihe unterschiedlicher Namen verkauft. Der Apollo GT ist der Vorläufer des auch in Europa erfolgreichen Intermeccanica Italia. (de)
  • La Apollo GT è stata un'automobile sportiva statunitense prodotta tra il 1962 ed il 1965 ad Oakland, California. (it)
  • The Apollo was a United States-built sports car/personal automobile manufactured from 1962 to 1964 in Oakland, California. Engineered by Milt Brown and designed by Ron Plescia, it featured Italian handmade aluminum bodywork with a choice between two-seater convertible or fastback styles. Power came from a 215 cu in (3.5 l) or 300 cu in (4.9 l) Buick engine to a 4-speed manual. The company, International Motor Cars, built 42 cars before suspending production while seeking new financing. IMC allowed the sale of body/chassis units to Vanguard Motors in Dallas, Texas to produce cars under the Vetta Ventura name and these were made until 1966 by Vanguard Inc of Dallas, Texas. This was a stop-gap measure to keep the carrozzeria (body producer) Intermeccanica in business until new backers were fo (en)
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