We know well that, unlike other markets such as the American one, European cars, especially Italian, did not offer many paid options in the 1950s and 1960s, which is why we were interested in this Flaminia.
The first reason for our interest is certainly the state: the dealer says that this car is a survivor, and this is exactly what it seemed to us at first glance. The exterior paint is now faded but this patio is very charming. We do not know if the interiors are still the original ones but, seeing the general state of the car, we believe it is possible.
Then, the seller says that this car has a special package of factory installed options: power windows (never seen on a Flaminia), front seat backrest with electromagnetic lock (don’t ask us what that is), rear window defroster. It seems little, but on an Italian car from the 60s it is not at all. Fnd it for sale at €24,500 (today $30,000) here in Lugo, Italy.