More or less just 300 GTL were built from 1963 to 1965; only three cars were equipped with the 2.5 litre engine, all the other specimens had the more powerful 2.8 litre engine equipped with three Weber carburetors.
The car wasn’t indeed a best seller: two more seats were a great thing for who had a very young child but these two additional seats forced the designer to modify the shape of the roof which was not as streamlined as the one of the two seater: who wanted the Flaminia Touring looked for the beauty first, and the GTL was the ugly duckling.
This particular car is said to have been imported in England in 1975 and, actually, lied for the last 30 years in a hangar where it has been photographed. It seems a car which needs a total restoration but it is complete (with the exception of the left sliding glass mechanism), also with a spare interiors set. The catch is that the car has not papers nor keys, and that’s not a good point where to start from. Find it for sale at €35,000 (today $38,000) here in Torino, Italy.