Accessible rarity: 1968 Lancia Flaminia Convertible 2.8 by Touring

We don’t often publish cars like this one, not because it doesn’t deserve it, but because they are very rare. In fact, all Flaminia Convertibles are rare, but in the 2.8-liter version, only 180 were built and who knows how many of them survive to this day. probably, in percentage terms, much more than the… Read More Accessible rarity: 1968 Lancia Flaminia Convertible 2.8 by Touring

Italian woody: 1951 Lancia Aurelia B51 Giardinetta by Viotti

Even in Europe, in the late 1940s, the long wave of cars built with metal and wood arrived, a style dictated mostly by Chrysler and Ford since the early 40’s. Italy in those years had a strong commercial exchange with the United States (its main customer for many goods) and the American continent in general,… Read More Italian woody: 1951 Lancia Aurelia B51 Giardinetta by Viotti

Black aluminium/2: 1967 Lancia Fulvia Sport by Zagato

Whoever is looking for the Fulvia built by Zagato, looks for a car built in its first version because, unlike the following ones, it is lighter than the following series. The reason for the lightness is the bodywork which in 1967 was completely made of Peraluman, an aluminum and magnesium alloy with which the body… Read More Black aluminium/2: 1967 Lancia Fulvia Sport by Zagato