Omega (Suspension International Corporation)
From 1966 to 1967, Suspension International Corporation of Charlotte , North Carolina manufactured the vehicles. The company was founded by Steve Wilder , formerly the technical publisher of the magazine Car and Driver .Later From 1967 to 1969, Genser-Foreman from New York City continued the production.
The Omega GT was a two-door coupe. The Italian design all steel body with 50/50 weight distribution a large american V8 engine with Mallory distributor, Kelsey Heyes 6" wide 14" rims and bucket seats,The new engine for the Omega was a Ford -V8 with 4736 cc and a power of 200 bhp (149 kW) at 4400 min . On request, there was also the more powerful engine with 271 bhp (202 kW) at 6000 min .The following year, the 4.7-liter V8 engine had only 195 bhp (145 kW) at 4,600 min Alternatively, there was a V8 engine of Lincoln with 5517 cc and 154 hp (115 kW) at 3600 min or a Ford V8 with 4949 cc and 210 hp (156 kW) at 4600 min .A 3 speed auto of 4 speed maual gear box from Ford Options fitted to a ford rear axel with a final drive of 2:89 to 1 rack and pinion steering (3 & 3 quaters to lock)
After 1968, the same car, which had previously been in Italy as Apollo GT , was further developed at Costruzione Automobili Intermeccanica with European engines. Oldsmobile bought Wilder the name "Omega" to use for their own models
Wheelbase : 94 inches
Length : 175 inches
Weight 2500 lbs
Height: 46 inches
Automotive manufacturer of North Carolina.United States from 1966 to 1969.