Of course “sixer” is not related to the car condition (as far as we can see9 but to the V6 engine of this elegant Flaminia Coupé.
Unfortunately the seller doesn’t specify if this was originally a 3b (three carburetors) car, but there are many possibilities that, being a 2nd series car, this is still a 2.5L, single carburetor car which leaved the factory with the actual specifications: that’s not a big depreciation factor but a bit more power never spoils the whole assembly, especially on a heavy car like the Flaminia.
Apart from technical specifications, this car lokks in very good order: the paint looks good, interiors seem correct and in very good shape and, last but not least, the engine bay gives good vibrations. Not a bad pack at all for the asking price, of course if the car runs and drives as good as it supposed to go. Find it for sale at €19,000 (today $21,000) here in Barge, Italy.