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Lancia Stratos 1976


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SOLD Brand Lancia Type Stratos Stradale Color Orange Interior Beige Year of build 1976 Price Sold History of the Lancia Stratos The Lancia Stratos HF was purposely built for competition in the World Rally Championship and its radical design looked like nothing else on the road. It stood just under three and a half feet tall and was one of the only Ferrari-powered cars regularly seen covered in mud. The Stratos name was introduced to the public in 1970 at the Turin Motor Show as a concept car named the Lancia Stratos Zero displayed on Bertone’s stand. It captured the heart of Cesare Fiorio, manager of Lancia’s World rally Championship team. A year later, when Lancia introduced a prototype designed by Marcello Gandini of Bertone, called the Stratos HF, Fiorio persuaded Lancia to take the Stratos rally racing. The early Lancia prototypes were powered by engines from both the Lancia Fulvia and Berta road cars. In the end, the company decided to use Ferrari’s mid-mounted V-6 first seen in the Dino 246. The cars were manufactured by Bertone in Turin and then sent to Lancia’s nearby Chivasso factory for final assembly. The Stratos was small, short, and weighed just under 2,200 pounds. Zer


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