The Intermeccanica Cabrio was a car built by the Italian automotive firm Construzione Automobili Intermeccanica during the 1980s. It was similar in design to the third generation Ford Mustang.
For developing a better mechanism for convertibility than its competitors, Intermeccanica was authorized by Ford to produce Mustang convertibles in 1980. The Cabrio was built in California and was later introduced in 1982. It was mentioned in issues of Popular Mechanics in 1981 and 1983.
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