The first chapter: 1939 Lancia Aprilia Bilux by Farina

The history of the Lancia could be divided into three major chapters: Refinement, competitions and decline. This Aprilia is definitely part of the first chapter. In fact, as often happened before the Second World War, a large part of Lancia production was limited to the “bare” chassis which obviously included the engine, transmission and suspension.… Read More The first chapter: 1939 Lancia Aprilia Bilux by Farina

Approved by the son: 1955 Lancia Aprilia “Mille Miglia” Barchetta by OSA (recreation)

OSA was the acronym of Officina Specializzata Automobili, a workshop in Naples (Italy) specialized in tuning standard cars, during the 50s and 60s. This workshop was founded by Agostino Accadia who, besides being a mechanic, was also a car driver and one of the cars he drove at the Mille Miglia was a boat based… Read More Approved by the son: 1955 Lancia Aprilia “Mille Miglia” Barchetta by OSA (recreation)

Fischhaber’s special: 1953 Lancia Aprilia “Eigenbau”

February 28, 2016 Here it is again on eBay with a huge price drop to $105,000 September 18, 2105 Mr. Rapley never betrays expectations and indeed now has another very special car for sale. That’s a special coachbuilt car made in germany in the early fifties by Hans Fischhaber to compete in the German Championships… Read More Fischhaber’s special: 1953 Lancia Aprilia “Eigenbau”

Not a concours car: 1949 Lancia Aprilia Cabriolet by Pininfarina

When you think at the Lancia badge, you of course think about style, technology and elegance: this car is faithful to such concepts. This is one of the coachbuilt Aprilia made by Pininfarina across the end of the fourties and the beginning of the fifties and, most of all, it is speculated as being the 1949 show… Read More Not a concours car: 1949 Lancia Aprilia Cabriolet by Pininfarina