Lancia Flaminia Â‘TouringÂ’ 2.8 Litre 3C coupe, year 1966. This stunning Lancia Flaminia is in a nice driveabile condition. The car left the Lancia factory in. The car has been restored, build-up and driven-in incredibly well; this Flaminia is the finest example we have ever driven! Driving this car, you will definitely appreciate the greatness of the Lancia engineering in the post war years. The powerful V6 engine produces a magnificent sound-track, the gear box shifts like a knife through butter and the ride is sporty yet comfortable. This is a true Â‘gentlemanÂ’s coupeÂ’ and a driver car par excellence! This Flaminia is one of the last cars which were built with a Touring bodywork and the strongest engine. The 2.8 Litre V6 engine features three carburettors and is delivers a healthy 150 horsepower. Lancia has always been an engineerÂ’s Â‘marqueÂ’, the cars show off many original technical solutions. The Flaminia features a so-called Â‘trans-axleÂ’ gearbox which is mounted in unit with the rear axle to obtain an ideal front / rear weight distribution. Pure racing technology and beautifully executed. Brand: LanciaModel: CoupeTypeFlaminia CoupeCapacity: 2800ccPower BHP: 150Gearbox type: ManualColor: greySteering LHD/RHD: LHDRegistration Year: 1966Origin country: ItalyVAT: NORegistration papers present: YESRegistration country: The Netherlands
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