To the average guy walking down the street, the Lancia you see here is just another cool older car. He probably won’t know it is Lancia, but might guess it is European and assume it is an Alfa Romeo or some kind of Fiat. However, the Lancia 2000 was the direct descendant of the Flavia and was the last car designed by the in-house team at Lancia before they were acquired by Fiat in 1969. To say it excludes cool is like saying that a foot needs a shoe. It is as cool as you can get in a 4-door car and it features a flat-4 mated to the front wheels. If Niki Lauda approves, you should too. Find this 1971 Lancia 2000 offered for $9,100 in Santa Barbara, CA via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.
It’s sad to see what was once a cool, interesting and significant car become a donor. The Lancia Flavia, like all pre-FIAT Lancias, was an engineer’s car, designed and built without regards to price, and Lancia lost money on every one sold. To me, this car looks too far gone to be restored, and being […]
The Lancia Flavia (Tipo 815/819/820) was build in Italy from 1961 through 1971, although production continued through 1975 with the name Lancia 2000. Today’s example is the breathtaking Pininfarina designed coupe offered for a bargain price because it needs some attention. Find this 1963 Lancia Flavia PF here on eBay offered for $8,500 buy-it-now or […]