ASA (Autocostruzioni Società per Azioni) was an Italian automobile manufacturer, whose main was the ASA 1000 GT. The car was developed by Ferrari, the engine being derived from the "250" 3-litre designed by Gioacchino Colombo, and the chassis by Giotto Bizzarrini, and derived from the tubular frame of the 250 GTO. The car was manufactured in Milan by a newly formed company called ASA (owned by the De Nora Electrochemical Group) from 1964 to 1969.
1967 ASA 1100 GT Spider - Autocostruzioni Societa per Azioni, or ASA, was a small Italian car company that got their start in 1962. ASA’s most popular model was the 1000 GT, with a 1.0-liter engine, but two cars – this being one of them – snuck out of the factory with an extra 100cc. Most of ASA’s cars were coupes. They only built a few convertibles, and this convertible wears a body by Bertone. ASA built about 125 cars before production ceased in 1969.
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