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  • Lot 33

    1989 Lancia Thema 8.32

    £14,000 - £16,000 est. £14,000 - £16,000 est.
    Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0DE
    Auction Date: 05 Apr 2017
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    • Engine size: 2.9
    Auction Date: 05 Apr 2017
    Brightwells
    01568 611122 VIEW CONTACT NUMBER
  • 1936 Lancia Astura “Tipo Bocca” Cabriolet

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    Hyman Ltd. is thrilled to offer this remarkable machine; the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Best in Show winning 1936 Lancia Astura Tipo Bocca Cabriolet by Pinin Farina. We are honored to welcome this very special automobile back into our fold, as we proudly sold it to the current owner in 2009 prior to his commission of what is a truly breathtaking restoration. Lancia’s flagship Astura debuted alongside the Artena replacing the venerable and groundbreaking Lambda. Lancia had extended his lineup with the two-model approach, the Artena powered by a robust four cylinder of under two liters, and the Astura a grand and luxurious affair with a spectacular 2.6 liter, narrow angle V8 engine. Vincenzo Lancia was a brilliant and creative engineer, though when it came to matters of style, he preferred his automobiles to wear conservative coachwork. But conservative lines weren’t always best suited to his highly advanced chassis, and Lancia dealers wanted more flamboyant coachwork to offer buyers who desired style that reflected the cutting edge mechanicals beneath the skin. Lancia trusted his dealers, and in particular, the Bocca Brothers, themselves highly successful Lancia agents and fellow Piedmontese. The brothers persuaded Vincenzo to allow the commission of a handful of Third Series, 2.9 liter Astura cabriolets to be styled by Pinin Farina with newly fashionable streamlined coachwork; each example slightly different from the next, on a common theme of stunning streamlined elegance. It is believed that no more than six of these “Bocca” cabriolets were built, our subject car finding its way to England early in its life. Research by David Burgess-White of Octane Magazine revealed the registration plate to be from London, November 1936, right after the final Olympia Motor Show (subsequent exhibitions would take place at Earl’s Court). It is surmised that this very car was the one shown on the Lancia of England stand at Olympia alongside two examples of the newly introduced Aprilia. The fascinating story of this very special Astura Cabriolet picks up again in 1962 when 20 year old Michael Scott, already owner of an Astura short chassis special, was directed by his friend and fellow Lancia enthusiast Ronald “Steady” Barker to a neglected, derelict and hedge-bound Astura that may be suitable for spare parts. When Scott and Barker visited the car, they immediately saw through the rust and filth to recognize it as something quite special; a rare and breathtaking Pinin Farina cabriolet. A deal was made to purchase the whole car for a scant 15 Pounds Sterling (!!) and Scott dragged the car home behind a Land Rover and it sat dormant in his parent’s garage for several months while he figured out his next move. Fortunately for Michael Scott and his newly acquired Lancia, his mate Steady Barker happened not only to be mad for old Lancias but also a highly respected journalist for The Autocar Magazine, and as such was quite well connected in the industry. At the Turin Auto Show, Steady showed photos of his friend’s Lancia to Battista “Pinin” Farina – the man who’s own hand drew the stunning Lancia in the earliest days of his firm Carrozzeria Pinin Farina, which he formed in 1930 after breaking from his elder brother’s shop, Stabilimenti Farina. Upon seeing the photos, Signore Farina made a proposition: If Steady’s friend could get the Astura mechanically sound; Pinin Farina would rebuild the body free of charge. This astounding gesture showed not only how proud Farina was of his design but also his deep, heartfelt fondness for the Lancia marque, a canvas where he created some of his finest work. Michael Scott lived up to his end of the bargain and spent considerable sums for the day rebuilding the 2.9 liter narrow angle V8 and restoring the chassis. More than a year later, the Astura had a fresh MOT and 1000 flawless test miles under its belt. Steady eloquently described the car as “sound in wind and limb but shabby as a tramp” as Scott and a friend set off for Italy. Despite initial protests by the manager of Pinin Farina’s warranty shop, work commenced and the Astura was gradually restored to its former glory, by many of the hands who originally built it, all of whom were overseen by the master himself; the man with the beautiful mind that dreamed up this beautiful machine. Bucks were made and missing and damaged panels hand crafted to return them to original. Wheel discs were spun by the same man who spun the originals. Restoration of the hydraulically operated roof proved difficult, but finally after more than a year, the car was completed and returned to original specification. Period photos show Battista “Pinin” Farina proudly posing with the restored Lancia in front of his workshops. The newly restored Lancia was resplendent and Michael Scott was determined to keep the car forever, using it regularly to promote his growing business and entertain clients. However, life changes meant he was forced to sell his beloved Astura. He initially offered it back to Pininfarina, though they were unable to purchase the car at that time. So in 1976, the car was sold for 10,800 Pounds Sterling to one Eric Clapton who, despite his partiality to Ferraris, declared the Lancia “the most fun I’ve had, off stage or out of bed!” Mr. Clapton held on to the Lancia into the 1980s when it was eventually reacquired by Pininfarina and displayed proudly in their collection for decades. Approximately seven years ago, this fabulous Tipo Bocca Cabriolet was acquired by Hyman Ltd. and passed on to its current owner who in turn commissioned a world-class, nut and bolt restoration to the highest of standards. The car was systematically disassembled and every single component restored to as-original quality. Incredibly, when Pinin Farina restored the car, they left behind bits of original metal and upholstery which confirmed the car was originally black over rich, cognac leather. Using a scant scrap of leather as a sample, new hides were produced in Italy to the exact original color and spec. The distinct basketweave pattern, known as Intrecciato was a signature leatherworking technique of the region. A piece of the original floor mat was taken to Italy where a new die was produced and mats recast by the original manufacturer. Jaeger instruments are restored to as-new specification – an unusual mixture of Imperial calibration and French lettering. For the body, original wooden bucks that support the panels were carefully preserved and only those sections deemed beyond repair were replaced using ash as original. The magnificent V8 engine was removed and a full rebuild to factory specification was performed by England-based Jim Stokes Workshops, the highly respected engine builders and experts in pre-war Italian machinery. JSW is no ordinary restoration shop, as their ability to reverse engineer and manufacture complex components to exacting original specification, including a foundry and full machining facility, sets a standard few can match. The jewel-like narrow-angle V8 engine was meticulously rebuilt, with fresh internals and any questionable components reproduced to factory-correct standards. Following the build, the engine was fully dyno-tested to ensure reliable performance. JSW’s team of experts also restored the transmission, hydraulic shocks and the complex hydraulic folding hood mechanism to perfect working order. The complex 3-position windscreen proved quite difficult to restore to operating condition, and the original, unusual curved side windows were painstakingly polished to restore their original clarity – that task alone consuming over 100 hours, per window! One of the greatest challenges was finding a craftsperson capable of restoring the intricate engraved body side mouldings. This stunning detail is one of the Lancia’s signatures and it took the owner five years to find someone capable of properly recreating the original pattern. The restoration on this magnificent Astura, overseen by a small team of Portland-based craftsmen, was recognized with three awards at the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance: Best in Class, the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award and the coveted, incomparable Best in Show trophy. The prestige of a Pebble Beach overall win is just reward for such a beautiful automobile, its remarkable story and truly astounding restoration. As one would expect, it still presents in impeccable order and functions as if factory fresh. The black paintwork is simply exquisite, complemented by a gorgeous cabin trimmed in cognac leather in the unusual, factory-correct intrecciato pattern. Included in the sale is comprehensive documentation of the history and restoration, samples of original materials taken from the car and exceedingly rare items such as an original and complete tool kit and owner’s manual. Vincenzo Lancia’s cars were engineered to the highest standards and deliver performance that belies their years. This astonishing Lancia Astura Pinin Farina “Tipo Bocco” Cabriolet has been judged against the best and declared one of the finest automobiles in the world. We are distinctly honored to offer it again following the meticulous restoration and worthy successes it has earned on the concours circuit.

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  • LANCIA DELTA HF TURBO IE 1991

    £19,950 £19,950

    1991 LANCIA INTEGRALE 16V, last of the integral's pre EVO so full power with alcantara headlining, Japanese car so no corrosion. Totally standard. Totally standard apart from a super sprint exhaust. Bodywork lovely wheels and tyres as New (TOYOS), Blue perforated white stitched leather in fantastic condition, All belts just done. Just put on your rally jacket and drive it away. ;

    • Mileage: 45345 mi
    • Engine size: 1.998
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  • 1955 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Series IV

    $185,000(£148,333) $185,000(£148,333)

    This car is currently not at Fantasy Junction but is available by appointment. 1955 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT, Series IV s/n 3618, engine no. 4372 Maroon with Tan wool interior Always known for their advanced and sophisticated engineering, Lancia’s B20 GT was the company’s greatest car. The car combined both prodigious performance and handling with a sublime, classic form while adding, and defining, the name Gran Turismo to the world lexicon. Shortly after its introduction a B20 GT finished second overall in the 1951 Millie Miglia, minutes behind the winning Ferrari 340 America. In the face of severe storms, the excellence of its chassis and smooth power delivery allowed the B20 to close in on the leading Ferrari only to lose ground on the final high speed run back into Brescia. Even the original B10 sedan was noted for its performance and quickly began to be entered in rallies and other events. With its lighter weight, cleaner shape and sense of chic the B20 replaced the sedan as a sporting vehicle and became the favorite mount of many a moneyed sportsman. The Aurelia design hosted a number of special features from its hemispherical head and aluminum construction V-6 engine to its tra

    • Year: 1955
    • Mileage: 93942 mi
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  • 1955 Lancia B20GT Aurelia Series IV

    $229,500(£184,013.10) $229,500(£184,013.10)

    1955 Lancia B20GT Aurelia s/n B20-3419, MOT20*4127* Powder Blue with Grey Cloth Interior Since their first offerings to the automotive public, Lancia has consistently designed and engineered some of the most technically advanced and beautiful racing and touring cars. This is certainly the case with this particularly remarkable Lancia B20 GT Aurelia - truly a Gran Tourismo car in every respect, boasting impeccable provenance, superb restoration, and highly respected ownership. The Aurelia design hosted a number of special features including a hemispherical head, aluminum V-6 engine with rear transaxle, offering excellent weight distribution and vastly improved handling. With the all-new unibody construction, the compact V-6 engine combined with the dynamic chassis, suspension and power resulted in a truly modern car. The Lancia B20 was an innovation in GT cars, literally inventing the term with this car as the very embodiment of Gran Tourismo. B20s evolved with multiple improvements in drive train and suspension until the recognized peak of refinement was achieved with this car. The Series IV is perhaps the best of the B-20's six series, combining excellent power to weight ratio via

    • Year: 1955
    • Mileage: 61390 mi
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  • Lancia Delta

    £39,995 £39,995

    EVO 2, MONZA RED, Warranted Mileage, Major service including belts done, Beige Alcantra Recaro Interior, High Back Seats,Four wheel-drive, Left-hand drive, Air conditioning, Central locking, 16'' Alloy wheels, CD Player, Electric windows, Radio. Original Spare Wheel, Original Tool Kit, Complete with bookpacks, 5 seats, Collectors Item

    • Mileage: 76000 mi
    • Engine size: 1990
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  • 1995 Lancia Delta 2.0 Integrale [LHD] EVO 2

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    EVO 2, MONZA RED, Warranted Mileage, Major service including belts done, Beige Alcantra Recaro Interior, High Back Seats,Four wheel-drive, Left-hand drive, Air conditioning, Central locking, 16'' Alloy wheels, CD Player, Electric windows, Radio. Original Spare Wheel, Original Tool Kit, Complete with bookpacks, 5 seats, Collectors Item

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  • 1968 Lancia Fulvia 1.3HF Coupe – £POA

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    Just arrived and under preparation, a genuine 1.3HF with matching numbers, a highly original car with Fanalone frontal treatment, currently being fully recommissioned after a period in storage. Left hand drive and sold with UK age related registration number. Please check back soon for a full description. © 2017 Mr Speedlux Terms and Conditions

    • Year: 1968
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  • Lancia Aurelia B20 GT

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    - Ex-Anthony Pritchard and extensively restored - Desirable Series 4 benefiting from Nardi floor shift, De Dion axle and 118bhp engine - Silver Grey paintwork with Blue leather interior This highly desirable (and Historic Mille Miglia eligible) right-hand drive Pinin Farina-built Aurelia Coupe has been subject to a comprehensive restoration and is now resplendent with Pearlescent Silver-Grey paint work and Blue trim. The previous owner - the prolific and respected motor historian and writer Anthony Pritchard, was an authority on Italian race/sports cars having written: 'Ferrari: Men from Maranello', 'Italian High-Performance Cars', 'Mille Miglia the World's Greatest Road Race', 'Lamborghini: Super cars from Sant Agata', 'Scarlet Passion', 'Maserati - A Racing History' and many more. We understand he had owned the car in the 1960s before acquiring it again from America and selling it to the vendor shortly before his tragic death in 2013 following a road accident. The restoration work began in America, where the car was resprayed and retrimmed, before being imported to the UK in June 2011 and completed. Work here included an engine strip down and thorough overhaul by marque specialis

    • Year: 1954
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  • Lancia Flaminia 3C 2500 Touring Convertible 1963

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    The Lancia Flaminia, named after the Via Flaminia, the road leading from Rome to Rimini, was produced from 1957 to 1960. It was Lancia’s flagship at that time, replacing the Aurelia. Throughout its lifetime it saw various versions as saloons, coupés and cabriolets. Even four stretched presidential limousines were built by Pininfarina for state occasions. The Flaminia coupé and convertible were coachbuilt cars with bodies from several prestigious Italian coachbuilders. The coupé models outsold the four-door Berlina, which was a rare occurrence at the time, considering the coupés were considerably more expensive. Carrozzeria Touring designed and built the aluminum bodied two-door versions of the Flaminia, which can be easily distinguished by their four-round headlights (rather than two on Pininfarina Flaminias), and a shorter cabin. The wheelbase was decreased significantly for the GT and Convertibile, allowing for a maximum of two seats to be mounted. The GT was a coupé, while the Convertibile was the cabriolet version. The GTL, introduced in 1962, was a 2+2 version of the GT with a slightly longer wheelbase. In total, only 847 Lancia Flaminia 3C 2500 Touring Convertibles were built

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  • Lancia Fulvia

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    From this chassis 818.650 2th series around 2.000 were build. It’s a fine example of a Lancia Fulvia 1300 Zagato with a beautifully restored bodywork and interior. The car was first registered in the Netherlands on 14th August 1971. The Fulvia Zagato is rebuild as a tribute to the Competizione models. The Fulvia got Daytona (winning prototype 1968) headlamps, 4 high-beam headlamps, wing extensions, special alloy fuel tank, sport suspension and nice 14 inch Campagnolo wheels. The bumpers are removed. Under the hood Weber carburettors replacing the standard Solex. The body is painted in Sky Blue like the Jolly Club cars from the Targa Florio. The interior is equipped with a sport steering wheel, lower mounted seats and finished in beautiful black leather with orange stitching which is reflected in the striping. Out of sight in the glovebox a modern radio/CD-player is mounted. This Fulvia is equipped with electric windows. The car still has the original Dutch registration document. More information on: www.kucarfa.nl

    • Year: 1971
    • Mileage: 99000 mi
    • Engine size: 1.3
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  • Lancia Aurelia B20 GT 2nd Series Rosso Amaranto 1952

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    The Lancia Aurelia is one of the famous designs Lancia produced, it was made from 1950 until 1958. It is noted for using the first ever production V6 engine. The Aurelia was offered in different styles, a 4-door saloon, 2-door coupé, 2-door spider and a 2-door convertible. Following the Lancia tradition, the car was named after a Roman road, Via Aurelia, leading from Rome to Pisa. The Aurelia was designed under the direction of engineer Vittorio Jano. The engine, the first production V6, with a 60° design, was developed by Francesco de Virgilio. He was a Lancia engineer, who worked under Jano, between 1943 and 1948. The engine was an all-alloy pushrod design with a single camshaft between the cylinder banks. A single Solex or Weber carburettor completed the engine. Some uprated 1991 cc models were fitted with twin carburettors. At the rear featured an innovative combination transaxle with the gearbox, clutch, differential, and inboard-mounted drum brakes. The front suspension was a sliding pillar design, with rear semi-trailing arms replaced by a de Dion tube in the Fourth series. The Aurelia was also first car to be fitted with radial tires as standard equipment. Initially 165SR40

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  • WANTED**Lancia Flaminia PF Coupe 2.8/2.5 spares car**WANTED.

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    WANTED**Lancia Flaminia PF Coupe 2.8/2.5 spares car**WANTED. We are currently looking for a Lancia Flaminia PF Coupe,spares car.LHD or RHD,condition of bodywork is unimportant,the rougher the better! Condition of upholstery & glass is also unimportant. It must however be mechanically complete and ideally not dismantled.A 2.8 is preferable but a 2.5 will be considered.Documents not required. All things considered,please call or email if you can help.

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  • 1971 Lancia Fulvia 1.3s

    $39,500(£31,671.10) $39,500(£31,671.10)

    Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1971 Lancia Fulvia 1.3s Rallye Tribute to the famous car driven by Sandro Munari in the early '70's. Finished in its correct Marlborough livery the Fulvia heralded Lancia's domination of the world rally scene. $40,000 spent on engine, suspension, brakes, carburetor rebuild and magnesium wheels.This car is stunning and couldn't be built this well for close to asking. Inspections encouraged. All sales AS-IS. Sales tax and license fees due if delivered in California. Visit Chequered Flag International online at chequeredflag.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 310-827-8665 today to schedule your test drive.

    • Year: 1971
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  • Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evolution II

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    1993 Integrale Evo 2 61,500 miles/99,100km Finished in Monza Red with tan alcantara interior. Factory specification includes air conditioning, electric windows, central locking, 16″ alloy wheels, Recaro seats. Comes with an extensive history file. Last serviced carried out by Walkers Lancia on 26th May 2016. Around the same time the vehicle was the subject of an intensive detailing programme which included extensive detailing to the underside and under-bonnett areas. Rot-free and exceptionally well presented, a very nice example indeed.

    • Mileage: 61500 mi
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  • 1972 Lancia Fulvia 1.3 S with just 23k miles from new

    £21,950 £21,950

    Extraordinary time warp rust free original condition with just 23k miles from new Original UK supplied right hand drive car Known by us for the past 10 years Recent work includes replacement radiator,H.T.leads,engine mountings,steering idler,exhaust system,extensive brake overhaul and wax oil treatment Documented history file that includes contemporary adverts and parts catalogues Original tool kit All parts supplied by Omicrom Lancia Specialists

    • Year: 1972
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  • Lancia Gamma 2500IE Coupe 1982

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    Lancia Gamma 2500 IE coupe injection version 1982 in very good condition 1982 Lancia Gamma. The last rare example with the popular 2500 IE injection engine. The Lancia Gamma was introduced on the Autosalon in Geneve in 1976 and was being produced till 1984. This car is in a very beautiful and well maintained condition. Paint, interior etc are very beautiful. The car was standard delivered with power brakes and power steering. Together with the good weight proportion is this a great car to drive. Car has Belgian title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1982
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  • Lancia Aurelia B21 Sedan 1952

    €52,950(£45,801.75) €52,950(£45,801.75)

    Lancia Aurelia B 21 Sedan 1952, restored A really beautifully restored Lancia Aurelia B21, delivered in 1952. The car has marvelous paint and chromeparts. Very special is the wide boarding space thanks to the ‘suicide doors’. The car has a complete new grey cloth interior with black piping. The varnished dashboard is provided with the original steering wheel, 3 clocks and the original radio. This Lancia has the original 1991CC, V6 engine and gearshift at the steering wheel. The car is easy to handle. So a perfect driving, completely restored, rare Lancia. Car has German title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.

    • Year: 1952
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  • 1987 LANCIA DELTA INTEGRALE 8V

    £12,000 £12,000

    1987 LANCIA DELTA INTEGRALE 8V Lancia Delta Integrale 8V,in white with grey/green alcantara interior it is in good condition with very sound bodywork and much recent work by Integrale specialist,Auto integrale. More details/pictures to follow shortly.

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  • 1989 Lancia Delta Integrale

    $29,900(£23,973.82) $29,900(£23,973.82)

    The Classic Car Gallery is proud to present this rare 1989 Lancia Delta Integrale 16V. The Delta Integrale was made famous during the World Rally Championship where this iconic car won a total of 6 championships. There are a very limited number of these cars stateside, seeing one for sale or out on the streets is a rare event. It is guaranteed to get the attention of car enthusiasts and puts a smile on the face of anyone lucky enough to see it in person. This particular example is finished in Atlas Gray over Gray cloth and alcantara with multi-colored accents. The cosmetics of the car shows well the paint shines with a deep luster. All of the usual areas that are prone to corrosion such as the trailing edge of the roof, wheel arches and scuttle are completely free from any signs of rust. There are no cracks in the body shell, a classic Delta trait. The front end of the car is in great shape with only very minor rock chips. Walking around the car there are no signs of filler or poor bodywork. The color matched wheels were recently refinished and there are no signs of curbage or scuffs. The interior shows well and belies the age of the car. There dash is excellent and all instrumenta

    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 86000 mi
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  • Lancia Aurelia B20

    €159,000(£137,535) €159,000(£137,535)

    Beautiful Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Coupe, 4th series, matching numbers, original RHD and original color Newmarket Grey. This Lancia Aurelia was produced in Torino in 1954 for its first owner in Italy. Around 1962 the car was exported to Australia where it was restored by Squadra Corse Lancia between 1990 and 1995. In 2010 it was imported into The Netherlands by its current owner. In order to get the car in perfect, original and reliable condition a complete restoration to absolute perfection was performed by respected Lancia Aurelia specialists in Italy between 2012 and 2014. The car now wears perfect paint in its original delivery color of Grigio Newmarket Metallizzato with a perfect Grey leather interior trim. All mechanics were restored to absolute perfection and the car has driven 4.000 trouble free kilometres since restoration. On Dutch EU registration, Mille Miglia eligible and ready to be enjoyed. Comes with a fully documented restoration report and many restoration pictures. Please contact us to make an appointment to view this Lancia Aurelia in our showroom in Bilthoven, The Netherlands. We are continuously looking for similar cars for outright purchase or to sell on a commission basis.

    • Year: 1954
    • Mileage: 4329 mi
    • Engine size: 2.5
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