One of just 731 Series II examples Lancia built, this car arrived at our workshops direct from a US auction, at which it had been purchased unseen by our UK client.
This car spent most of its life in Italy and is one of only 59 cars built in RHD. It was in the same Italian ownership for 25 years and all numbers and key features (colour, interior etc.) correspond to the original data card released from the Registro Aurelia.
The car is matching numbers and, although it has had a colour change in the past in the USA, it comes with a rare, matching, original hard top. A perfect car for lazy summer days. The car is in generally good condition and drives well. La Dolce Vita awaits.
One of 152 built of the 3C 2.5 litre variant, this car is an early Sport 3C which had been in the same ownership since 1979 when purchased as a true ‘barn find’ by Thornley Kelham from its French owner.
The car will be sold complete with original seats, original trim, original (steel) wheels, original radio and wooden dash fascia. Originally restored in the 1990s it is a wonderful example of the combination of Lancia engineering and Zagato coachbuilding.
This car was purchased new and retained in the same ownership for 30 years. In 1999, it was acquired by Max Aitkin, great grandson of Lord Beaverbrook, and competed in the 1999 Le Centenaire Tour Auto with Gregor Fisken.