1963 Lancia Flaminia


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- Registered in Rome in 1963, but originally cancelled from circulation for demolition in 1978. A photocopy of the original logbook is available with the old number plates and the ASI (Italian Historical Autoclub) certification with which it can be re-registered.
- Two-tone livery light blue and blue with Lancia cloth interior. After cancellation in 1978, it remained unused until a few months ago, when it was recovered from a shed, covered by a thin layer of dust and raised on four stands. The bodywork is pristine and the paintwork is in excellent condition with only minor signs of ageing. The interior is original and exceptionally well preserved, as are the chrome parts.
- Complete and original mechanics in working order. Despite the years of disuse, a few interventions were enough to get it going again, with brakes overhauled and cleaning of the tank.
- In the 1960s, the Flaminia was the flagship par excellence, a concentration of comfort and elegance. This car only ever drove on the streets of central Rome before it lay forgotten for decades and is now a genuine time capsule.
- The car must be collected from Turin