LANCIA FLAMINIA ZAGATO
1st Series with covered headlights
Back in the 50s Lancia was an extremely prestigious make which offered styled and refined cars, using the most advanced technologies. The experience gained in competition with the genious and winning Lancia D50 F1 closely benefitting to the road cars. Launched in 1950 the Aurelia was a revolutionary car in many points, from the list of the outstanding specifications, the V6 engine and transaxle transmission are the most notable. Launched in 1957 the Flaminia named after the famous roman route “Via Flaminia” was a considerably revised and upgraded Aurelia, most of the efforts being focused on the chassis and suspension to improve the road holding, the performance with a modified 2500cc V6 unit and braking with the addiction of four discs. The Flaminia was available in many configurations including berlines, coupes and convertibles. From all of the Flaminia built, the “Sport” version built by Zagato upon special order is the most desirable. It benefitted from a low profile and lightweight all-aluminium body, and an upgraded engine to 120HP. The Lancia Zagato was more expensive than the Jaguars and almost as expensive as a Ferrai. These cars were all “custom made” and the happy enthusiast who was lucky enough to place an order could chose every single detail, to finish the hand-made sport car. There were four different versions built from 1959 to 1967 : 202ex. of “2500” from 59 to 61, 207ex. of “3C” from 62 to 63 with the 3 carburators engine, then 187ex. of “Super Sport” from 1964 to 1967 which was a much different and modernised car, many consider this model to have less interest than the Sport. These fabulous cars are from the most interesting Lancia ever built.
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