Call me Patina: 1966 Lancia Flaminia 2.8 Coupé by Pininfarina


Another Flaminia Coupé Pininfarina, another rare 2.8. This car has even much more patina than the one we posted here and, moreover, it’s painted with a very particular color which we can’t identify: who knows it? Said so, the seller says that this car is solid, never crashed and that the engine runs well with the exception of the clutch which needs to be serviced (or replaced).


The seller says also that this car carries its first registration black plate and it has the original papers. The faded paint screams “patina” as well as the interiors: the leather has a beautiful color and, considering the age, it’s in great conditions. The dashboard is almost perfect and it looks like it needs nothing to do on it.


It’s not easy to watch into the engine bay but what we can spot is a tired engine which looks coherent with the age of the car. Find it for sale at €12,000 (today $16,200) here in Sala Consilina, Italy.

2 thoughts on “Call me Patina: 1966 Lancia Flaminia 2.8 Coupé by Pininfarina

  1. Hi,
    Can you give me more information about this lancia?
    Is it the firts owner? Howmany kilometres? You have all the original papers? What’s the engine number and also the chassis number? Were can I see the car?
    Can you give the telephone number or email?

    Thanks, Marc


  2. We think that we will write a disclaimer on the top of the main page, but in the meantime we reiterate it: no car published here is ours; we have no affiliation with the sellers unless differently specified. If you want to know more contact the seller through the link provided at the end of the article.


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