Description: There was a time when Lancia was cool and not a brand whose entire lineup pretty much consisted of rebadged Chryslers. Corporate takeovers do that. Founded in 1906 in Turin, Italy by two Fiat racing d...
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Wayne Joseph Borean Sep 15, 2012
Wow, is it beautiful.
Description: Lancia also developed the Lambda, the first car with a monocoque body, as well as installing the first five-speed manual transmission into a production car. In the engine department, Lancia was once a...
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Carlos Eduardo Gaviria Sep 16, 2012
Wow that a lot of firsts for the automotive industry by lancia.
Description: All of this took place when Lancia was still a rather small and independent automaker before Fiat bought it in 1969. With a few exceptions (namely the Stratos), this was the beginning of the end of La...
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Bennie Andthe Jets Sep 15, 2012
Yea I was thinking the same thing. Anyone know what kind of Abarth that is?
Chad Schley Sep 15, 2012
I like the Abarth in the background.
Description: Sold as a coupe, sedan, cabriolet, and limousine, the Flaminia's design came courtesy of Pininfarina. The name "Flaminia" came from Lancia's tradition of naming its models after an...
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Description: Aside from Zagato's always beautiful work, power came from a V6 engine mated to a five-speed manual. Lancia and Zagato soon launched the Sport's replacement, appropriately called the Super S...
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Bennie Andthe Jets Sep 15, 2012
What's the rear seating situation here?
Description: Back in the 1970s it belonged to a collector who owned it for 31 years where it was kept in a fully climate controlled environment and maintained both cosmetically and mechanically. It has since been...
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