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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

IMPCO Technologies, Inc. (IMCO)

7/12/2006 Proxy Information

Acquisition of BRC

In a series of related transactions between October 2, 2002 and July 29, 2003, we acquired 50% of BRC’s equity from two of its founders, Mariano Costamagna and his brother, Pier Antonio Costamagna. The aggregate price for the purchase of the initial 50% equity interest was $25.5 million (including total direct costs of $1.6 million). On October 22, 2004, we entered into an agreement to purchase the remaining 50% equity interest from those same individuals using a combination of cash and stock. The terms of the transaction included a cash payment of approximately $10.0 million and an issuance of 5,098,284 shares of common stock. As of October 22, 2004, the date of the BRC acquisition agreement, the value of that consideration was approximately $37.6 million based on a stock price of approximately $5.40. On March 10, 2005, our stockholders approved the issuance of 5,098,284 shares of common stock to be used as part of the purchase price for the acquisition of the 50% remaining ownership of BRC. The BRC purchase transaction was completed and closed on March 31, 2005. Based on the weighted average closing price of our common stock for the three days prior to and following October 22, 2004 of $5.74, the equity component of the purchase price was valued at approximately $29.3 million and the total purchase price was valued at approximately $40.8 million (including total direct costs of $1.5 million).

On December 23, 2004 we entered into the MTM loan pursuant to which we borrowed $22.0 million. The loan proceeds were used to retire all debts and related obligations we had incurred pursuant to a Securities Purchase Agreement dated July 18, 2003 with Bison. The MTM loan carries an interest rate equal to 3-month EURIBOR plus 1.5% per annum, which totaled approximately 4.0% as of December 1, 2005. The MTM loan matures on December 31, 2009 and will be repaid in quarterly installments beginning April 1, 2005, each payment in the amount of not less than $0.65 million in the first two years, $0.8 million in the third year, $1.0 million in the fourth year and $1.15 million in the final year, with a $5.0 million “balloon payment” of the remaining unpaid principal and interest due on December 31, 2009. This loan may be accelerated in the event that any payment is not made within 15 days of the date when due, if the employment of Mariano Costamagna as Chief Executive Officer is terminated for any reason (with certain exceptions for termination upon Mr. Costamagna’s death), if we materially breaches his employment agreement or upon written notice of any other default under the agreement. As of December 31, 2005, approximately $19.4 million was outstanding under the MTM loan.

Mariano Costamagna and Pier Antonio Costamagna made a guaranty in favor of MTM dated as of December 23, 2004 pursuant to which they jointly and severally guaranty the Company’s payment of the MTM loan in order to provide additional support for the MTM loan agreement. The guaranty will continue for the entire term of the MTM loan and provides that MTM may demand full performance of the loan from Messrs. Costamagna, jointly and severally, in case of a default by the Company.

In order to provide recourse for Messrs. Costamagna in the event the Company defaults on the MTM loan and they are required under the guaranty to make any payments on the loan, we have pledged all of our interest in BRC to Messrs. Costamagna pursuant to a pledge agreement dated as of December 23, 2004. Pursuant to the pledge agreement, if we default on the loan agreement and either of Messrs. Costamagna pays any portion of the MTM loan and provides notice to the Company of his intent to exercise his rights under the pledge agreement, then he has the right to any cash dividends in respect of the pledged interests and the right to require that all shares or units representing the pledged interests be registered in his name and to thereafter exercise all rights of an owner of such shares or units. The pledge will terminate upon the repayment of the loan and discharge of the guaranty.

In connection with the BRC transaction, Mariano Costamagna became the Company’s Chief Executive Officer on January 1, 2005. Mariano Costamagna has served as a director since June 2003. Pier Antonio Costamagna is an employee of MTM. In addition, Messrs. Costamagna were the holders of approximately 7.3% of IMPCO common stock prior to the completion of the acquisition, as a result of the transactions between October 2002 and July 2003. As of December 31, 2005, Messrs. Costamagna were the beneficial owners of approximately 23.6% of IMPCO common stock.

The board of directors formed a special committee of independent directors who had no financial or other material relationship with Messrs. Costamagna or BRC (other than their positions as directors) that oversaw the negotiations of the acquisition. As well, the terms of the loan agreement, guaranty and pledge agreement and the terms of the Costamagna’s employment agreements were determined in arms-length negotiations between the Company and Messrs. Costamagna. These negotiations were overseen by a special committee comprised solely of independent directors.

On February 4, 2005, we sold 4,000,000 shares of common stock as part of a public offering to investors and realized net proceeds of approximately $20.9 million inclusive of approximately $1.0 million of issuance expenses. On February 11, 2005, the underwriters exercised their over-allotment option, and we sold an additional 600,000 shares from which we received additional net proceeds of approximately $3.2 million. As a precondition to the remaining 50% acquisition of BRC, we used approximately $10.0 million of the proceeds as payment to the sellers of BRC.

Marco Di Toro, who was appointed as a director effective April 1, 2005, is a partner in the law firm of Grosso, de Rienzo, Riscossa, Gerlin e Associati in Turin, Italy. In connection with the February common stock offering and before Mr. Di Toro became a director, we retained Mr. Di Toro’s firm to deliver an opinion regarding certain legal matters with respect to BRC and, as of December 31, 2005, the Company has paid Mr. Di Toro’s firm $25,000 in consideration for such services. In addition, pursuant to the terms of the BRC acquisition agreement, the Company paid the firm approximately $113,000 for legal fees and expenses incurred by the firm in acting as the legal and financial advisors to Messrs. Costamagna.

As a condition to his obligations under the BRC purchase agreement, Pier Antonio Costamagna entered into an employment agreement with MTM effective March 31, 2005 pursuant to which he became MTM’s Chief Engineering Officer until May 31, 2009. Mr. Costamagna’s initial base salary is $360,000 per year, and he is entitled to participate in MTM’s existing bonus plans and arrangements, but not entitled to receive bonus incentives from IMPCO. Pier Antonio Costamagna’s employment agreement does not contain the severance provisions contained in Mariano Costamagna’s agreement, nor does such termination represent a default under the MTM loan.

Retention of a Director’s Law Firm

Mr. Di Toro is a partner in the law firm of Groso, de Rienzo, Riscossa, Gerlin e Associati, which BRC has retained in connection with a litigation matter and, as of December 31, 2005, has paid the firm approximately $27,000 for related fees and expenses incurred in 2004 and 2005.

Family Relationships Among Executive Officers and Other Employees

Doug Garner is the father of Brad Garner, our Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Doug Garner has been employed as a Senior Technical Field Representative since January 1, 2001. He reports to the

North America Business Manager who in turn reports to the Director of Sales and Marketing. His base annual compensation for 2005 was $60,000. Pier Antonio Costamagna, Chief Engineering Officer of MTM, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BRC, is the brother of Mariano Costamagna, our Chief Executive Officer, President and Director. Pier Antonio Costamagna’s base annual compensation for 2005 was $374,000.

Sale/Leaseback Transaction

In July 2002, BRC sold two parcels of real property located in Cherasco, Italy, including the buildings situated thereon, to IMCOS Due SrL, a real estate investment company owned 100% by Messrs. Mariano Costamagna, Pier Antonio Costamagna and members of their immediate families. The price and other terms of this sale reflected the fair market value for the property based upon an appraisal conducted at the time of the purchase. Subsequently, IMCOS Due leased back to BRC and MTM under an eight-year lease, the portion of these properties that were previously occupied by those entities. The terms of this lease reflect the fair market value for the lease of such property based upon an appraisal conducted at the time of the leasing transaction. Lease payments by BRC in 2004 were $540,000. In 2005, BRC leased an additional building from IMCOS Due. Total lease payments to IMCOS Due for 2005 were approximately $725,000.