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Pictures of Lancia Cars from car shows, car museums and classic car auctions across the U.S.

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1908 Lancia Alpha Miller Brothers Touring

1908 Lancia Alpha Miller Brothers Touring
1908 Lancia Alpha Miller Brothers Touring Location: 2009 Concours d'Elegance Amelia Island, Florida Date: March 15, 2009 Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
by Douglas

1956 Lancia B24S Spider Pininfarina

1956 Lancia B24S Spider Pininfarina
1956 Lancia B24S Spider Pininfarina Location: 2009 Concours d'Elegance Amelia Island, Florida Date: March 15, 2009 Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
by Douglas

1954 LANCIA AURELIA B20 GT

1954 LANCIA AURELIA B20 GT
140,000.00 USD
1954 LANCIA AURELIA B20 GT PRICE: $140,000 1954 LANCIA AURELIA B20 GT Chassis Number: B20-3157 Engine Number: B20-3720 Only 63,000 Original Kilometers!! The Aurelia is one of the great cars of the fifties, designed by Vittorio Jano who was responsible for all the great Alfa Romeos including the Monza and the P3. When the Aurelia was introduced in 1949 it was the most advanced production car in the world by a considerable margin. 1951 saw the introduction of the B20 GT, with a 2.0 litre engine, shorter wheelbase and a body styled by Pinin Farina. This particular car is a Series IV and has 118bhp coming from a 2 litre engine. The car has undergone a complete restoration in the mid 1990's by La Tillier Coteaux in France. For Sale by: The Auto Collections Located in the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Phone: 702-794-3174 Email: sales@autocollections.com Website: www.autocollections.com
by AutoCLV

1990 Lancia Delta HF Integrale

1990 Lancia Delta HF Integrale
1990 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, Tennessee
by Douglas

1959 LANCIA AURELIA CONVERTIBLE

1959 LANCIA AURELIA CONVERTIBLE
265,000.00 USD
1959 LANCIA AURELIA CONVERTIBLE Lease this car for only $4,965 per month! Stock Number 5305. Series 6 1959 Lancia Aurelia B24 convertible unrestored but repainted red years ago (originally blue) and in very good mechanical condition. Original leather redyed and in good order. All instruments are correct and functioning. Excellent 4-speed gearbox. Very even compression in all six cylinders. No dents, rust, corrosion or evidence of accident damage. Many items recently serviced and refurbished. These rare (only 370 sixth series were built and only 521 convertibles overall) and lovely cars are appreciating rapidly. Serial #1509. Please call to discuss. This Vehicle is Presently Located in Hopewell, NJ. Contact Information: Shore Auto Lease - Classic & Collectible Collection 25 Denby Avenue Lakewood, NJ 08701 Phone: Ron or Aaron at 877-SHORE25 or 732-942-1601 Email: info@shoreautoleaseclassiccars.com Website: www.shoreautoleaseclassiccars.com Dealer: dlr00113
by shore1

1983 LANCIA 037 STRADALE

1983 LANCIA 037 STRADALE
250,000.00 USD
1983 LANCIA 037 STRADALE PRICE: $250,000 1983 LANCIA 037 ID# ZLA151ARO00000087 10,000 ORIGINAL KM!! THE LANCIA 037 OR 'RALLY' WAS DEVELOPED TO SUPERSCEDE THE FIAT 131 IN WORLD RALLYING, AND FOLLOWED IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE LANCIA STRATOS IN BEING A PURPOSE BUILT RALLY CAR. THE MAIN CENTRAL BODY OF THE CHASSIS WAS TAKEN FROM THE BETA MONTECARLO AND NEW SUBFRAMES WERE ADDED AT EACH END. SUSPENSION CONSISTED OF DOUBLE WISHBONES ON ALL FOUR CORNERS, WITH SEVERAL PICK-UP POINTS TO ALLOW ADJUSTMENT. THE BODYWORK, CONSTRUCTED OF GLASS-FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC, WAS DESIGNED AND BUILT BY PININFARINA. THE POWERPLANT WAS DERIVED FROM THAT OF THE TREVI, 1995CC WITH CAST IRON BLOCK AND FOUR CYLINDERS, BUT THAT WAS ABOUT ALL WHICH REMAINED THE SAME. THE CYLINDER HEAD WAS LIGHT ALLOY, WITH FOUR VALVES PER CYLINDER. THE ENGINE WAS SUPERCHARGED WITH A ROOTS TYPE COMPRESSOR AND WAS INITIALLY FITTED WITH WEBER CARBURETTORS. IN 1982 THIS PRODUCED AROUND 270BHP. For Sale by: The Auto Collections Located in the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Phone: 702-794-3174 Email: sales@autocollections.com Website: www.autocollections.com
by AutoCLV

1983 LANCIA RALLY 037 MARTINI RACE CAR

1983 LANCIA RALLY 037 MARTINI RACE CAR
450,000.00 USD
1983 LANCIA RALLY 037 MARTINI RACE CAR PRICE: $450,000 1983 Lancia Rally 037 Martini Race Car ID# ZLA151ARO00000318 1 of 20 Racing Version Cars EVO.1 with the colors of Martini Racing. Purchased by the current owner in 1989. With the 037 having been conceived solely as a means for Lancia to win the World Rally Championship, no-one was particularly surprised when the competition version made its debut just days after FISA had officially granted the car homologation into Group B. Typically weighing in around 200kg lighter than the 1170kg Stradale, some 037 competition cars were little more than 960kg although this did vary according to the nature of any given event. Wheel size and width also varied, but when in definitive tarmac trim, the stock 037's 16-inch diameter rear wheels were exchanged for taller 18-inch pieces and shod with Pirelli's latest generation P7 Corsa tyres. Other set-up changes included a 5mm drop in ride-height and while Lancia's hands were tied by FISA when it came to making major changes to the 037's underpinnings, there was considerable scope for engine developments. In this first batch of 1982 cars, Abarth's diminutive two-litre was tuned to produce no less than 280bhp thanks to an increase in supercharger pressure and compression (from 7.5 to 8.0:1). There were also new Champion N84G spark plugs and a problematic Bosch mechanical fuel injection system that was periodically exchanged for Weber carburettors during the course of the year. The gearbox was a five-speed Abarth-modified ZF unit with single-plate Valeo clutch and ceramic alloy gasket. Although bodywork for these first series cars was identical to the high-winged Stradale's, when they were finished in Martini's stunning livery, Pininfarina's beautiful design was given a new air of urgency. Inside, what little soundproofing Lancia had fitted to the road car was removed along with all unnecessary trim, the stock dash getting extensive Borletti instrumentation while competition seats with harnesses were also fitted. First shown to the press in Turin during mid-December of 1981, Lancia had built the 200 necessary Stradale's by late March '82 and homologation was confirmed in time to compete in the Costa Smerelda Rally beginning on April 1st. For Sale by: The Auto Collections Located in the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Phone: 702-794-3174 Email: sales@autocollections.com Website: www.autocollections.com
by AutoCLV

1954 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Berlinetta Series IV

1954 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Berlinetta Series IV
1954 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Berlinetta Series IV Blackhawk Auto Museum in Danville, California. Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
by Douglas

1932 Lancia Dilambda

1932 Lancia Dilambda
1932 Lancia Dilambda Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, Tennessee
by Douglas

1983 LANCIA LC2 Racecar

1983 LANCIA LC2 Racecar
750,000.00 USD
1983 LANCIA LC2 PRICE: $750,000 1983 LANCIA LC-2 MARTINI RACING GROUP C RACE CAR CHASSIS# 001 THIS IS THE LANCIA LC2 AS RACED IN THE MID-EIGHTIES IN THE ENDURANCE SPORTSCAR SERIES. FIAT WANTED A ENDURANCE RACE CAR TO BE BEAT THE PORSCHES SO THEY BUILT THE LANCIA LC2 THAT USES A ABARTH TUNED FERRARI 3 LITRE V8 TURBOCHARGED ENGINE THAT PRODUCED 720 BHP. THE CAR WAS FASTER THAN THE PORSCHES BUT WASN'T RELIABLE ENOUGH TO BEAT THEM. WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP 1983 EVENT WINNING DRIVERS WINNING CAR IMOLA 1000KMS FABI/HEYER LANCIA LC2 WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP 1984 EVENT WINNING DRIVERS WINNING CAR KYALAMI 1000KMS PATRESE/NANNINI LANCIA LC2 For Sale by: The Auto Collections Located in the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Phone: 702-794-3174 Email: sales@autocollections.com Website: www.autocollections.com
by AutoCLV

Lancia Cars

Lancia was founded in 1906 in Turin, Italy.

1969 - Fiat buys Lancia.

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