LANCIA FLAVIA SPORT ZAGATO 1,8 L 1965
Ercole Spada for Zagato in 1963, responding to the demand of Lancia for a sport light weight two doors version created an outlandish looking design finally accepted after many hesitations by Lancia board. Body was made from alluminium and shortened Flavia wheelbase.
Mecanical aspect was also cared with a twin carbs version of the 1.8L flat four engine giving 105 hp.
Disc brakes all over with assistance .
Due to this so special design and high construction cost, only 537 units were sold from 1963 to 1967.
Our Flavia was brought by the previous owner in a private collection in Switzerland in 2015. A full restauration had been realised and the car is today in very good condition, perfect body paint in Rosso Corsa, Beige leather upholstery and carpets, very good engine, gear box and brakes. No rust.
I is a very rare example of Spada design, more than rare to find in such condition.
Visible in France, near Lyon. Test on appointement.
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