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Blue Alu: 1966 Lancia Fulvia Sport by Zagato

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We agree that the Fulvia Sport built by Zagato is not an extremely rare car, however if we talk about the first 200 specimens things change. This first batch of cars in fact had the bodywork entirely in aluminum and … Continue reading

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Wheeler Dealers: 1972 Lancia Fulvia Coupé

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I haven’t seen Wheeler Dealers lately, especially since Edd China is no longer in the cast. Surely moving the set to North Hollywood has been a marketing requirement in order to widen the program’s visibility and make the American audience … Continue reading

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Cheaper is harder/5: 1963 Lancia Flaminia GT Convertibile by Touring

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In fact it is just like the title says: it is very difficult that you can find another Convertible GT at this asking price. Above all then, since we speak not of a “normal” version, that is of a 2.5 … Continue reading

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Blue find: 1959 Lancia Appia Convertibile by Vignale

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This is certainly one of the best Lancia barn find that we have seen in recent years, from many points of view. It still has the New York license plate which, although we do not know if it is the … Continue reading

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Hybrid output: 1953 Lancia – Ariel Square Four MKII

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Who says Custom culture has been limited only to the United States? Also in Italy he found followers although, due to the restrictive laws on motor vehicle modifications, everything was more difficult. Nevertheless, in the past many have experimented with … Continue reading

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

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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 … Continue reading

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One’s enough: 1962 Lancia Flaminia Coupé by Pininfarina

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It is not certain that, to cars that are potentially interesting, correspond also ads with detailed descriptions, and this is precisely the case with this Pininfarina Flaminia Coupé. But there is more (indeed, less): in addition to an extremely brief … Continue reading

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Maroon six: 1951 Lancia Aurelia B21 S

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Despite what one might imagine, this car is very rare, for a very specific reason that lancisti know well. The same lancisti just mentioned, in fact, will have immediately noticed a detail (which in reality is not detail): it is … Continue reading

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Pilot’s car: 1950 Lancia Aurelia B50 by Vignale

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It is not unusual to find a Lancia Aurelia, built in the immediate post-war period, which has a special body, and this car is an example. Obviously, “it is not unusual” does not mean that you can find one at … Continue reading

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First year: 1963 Lancia Flaminia Coupé by Pininfarina

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1963 was the first year of production of the famous V6 engine with the displacement increased to 2.8 liters, and is also the year of production of this Flaminia Coupé. Precisely because of the displacement – for those times and … Continue reading

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