Here's a beautiful Flavia PF coupe.
Very complete & compelling.
One of the rare fuel injected models, it has a refinish in the original silver, two front seats redone properly in black leather, & the rest of the interior original & untouched.
It drives well , tracks beautifully on the freeway, the suspension is supple with no cowl shake over the railroad tracks, & is generally a time capsule of originality.
Garage kept by it's third owner it is a rare chance to own an unmolested example of a proper Lancia.
Sound like a sales pitch ?
I must have been hanging out on too many car websites.
It's actually just a nice Flavia. I find with time in most old cars the moisture dries out in the sun. The dash cracks, the seats & console rattle, things just sound thinner & more acetic.
This car is more like olive oil than vinegar: Plump and comfortable, not harsh & worn out. A well preserved time piece.
Her's a recent photo essay:
Straight panels on both sides, no ripples or door dings.
Original license plate frame ( 2 cracks on the side )
A nose to enjoy in your garage.........
Very warm interior. Not dry or cracked.
Original rear seats
Original door panels
Kugelfisher fuel injection
Very original under th hood . The duplex braking system is still functional.
Nice angle !
The original decals have not even cracked
Wow. I think it has been garaged since new........
No longer for sale.
Did I mention this Flavia has only 2-3 hundred miles on its rebuilt engine and powdercoated supports ? It's also registered until October 2011 if you live in California
The build quality on these 60s PF cars is wonderfull. If you want the same thing in a Ferrari add another $100,000 or so for a 250.
Tough to say why Lancias have been under valued over the years, but they have been steadily climbing in price in Europe.
Looking for a driveable classic ?
You might consider this Flavia...............