1961 Lancia Flaminia 3C Convertible

Although Lancia’s competition program during the early Fifties brought much fame to the company there was little fortune, and in 1955 Gianni Lancia and his mother sold out to millionaire Carlo Pesenti. A major modernization program was undertaken and the first model under Pesenti’s ownership was the 1957 Flaminia. A saloon (and a coupe alternative from 1958) with styling by Pininfarina, it was powered by a 2,458 cc V6 engine allied to a de Dion transaxle for optimum weight Read More

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