A lovely example of Lancia’s flagship Grand Tourer finished in striking colors and with a well-detailed presentation. One of just 180 convertibles in the ultimate 3-carb, 2.8 liter specification.
For a driver seeking a refined and rapid open GT car in the early 1960s, one would be hard pressed to make a better choice than the Lancia Flaminia GT. This handsome example is one of approximately 180 built in highly desirable specification including the 2.8 liter V6, triple carburetors, and crisp, beautiful Superleggera open coachwork by Carrozzeria Touring. It is a lovely car that is ideally suited to the task of effortless touring in events and rallies.
This car’s Touring coachwork is crisp, properly aligned and solid, while an inspection of the undercarriage shows it to be remarkably clean with signs of regular care and maintenance. The black paintwork is in fine condition, showing quite well for its age with a deep gloss. There are some minor touchups and blemishes found, though they do little to detract from what is overall a lovely presentation. Brightwork and body trim are in excellent original condition, appearing consistent and straight with lightly care-worn plating in places. It rides on a set of correct steel wheels, finished in original off-white and shod with correct hubcaps and trim rings. Michelin X radial tires lend it the proper stance and authentic handling characteristics.