1960 Lancia Flamina Coupé S1 PininFarina LHD For Sale
- Only two owners in Sweden
- Special upholstery by first owner S.G. Svennson, a large Swedish furniture manufacturer
- Since 2010 with last owner
- Very original vehicle of the first series
At the Turin Motor Show in 1958, Lancia showed the two-door, four-seat coupe by Pininfarina. The car was a direct evolution of the built on a Lancia chassis Florida II. As the Florida I was also the Florida II designed by Battista Farina. The design was one of his personal favorites and was driven by himself until his death in 1966.
The coupe was very similar to the sedan. For the time it was technically as well as creatively trend-setting. The basic concept of the sedan from DeDion double-jointed axle, the subframe for the front axle and engine with double wishbone axle, the six-cylinder V-engine and the transmission with the rear clutch were taken over.
This early Flaminia coupe of the first series was delivered to Sweden in 1960. A large furniture manufacturer from Lammhult bought the Lancia in 1960 and had it repacked in the factory. The Lancia is in a beautiful authentic condition and is now waiting for a new owner.
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