This Flaminia Coupé (pretty rare, as little more than 1000 cars were built with the 2800 c.c. engine with three carburetors) shows a nice stone grey paint, chrome and a solid look. Again, this italian car is the typical “almost survivor” car, perhaps cared during its life probably with a respray and new chrome.
As usual, the original black plate is a nice plus on every italian classic car. Even from the rear point of view, this car seems complete, correct and not abused at all.
This kind of wrinkled leather is the collector’s dilemma: restore it or preserve it as is? Everyone has its reicipt and we think that there isn’t however a right decision. Glad to see that every bit is in place, including the ashtray which is an expensive item to buy (if you find it) as it was the same used on period Ferrari and Maserati. Find this wrinkled grandma for sale at €14,800 (today $20,000) here in Macerata, Italy.