The Pick of the Day is one of the agile, high-quality ‘gentleman’s cars’
Italian sports cars have a certain intangible something that those from other countries are lacking. It is not so much the engineering or the style as it is the way in which all the parts are put together.
With the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance taking place this coming weekend, the Pick of the Day is a magnificent piece of concours royalty
A Le Mans-champion 1981 Lancia Beta Montecarlo returns to Florida to make its international concours debut March 12 at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance.
Three thoroughbred collector cars, one from Italy and two from Great Britain, highlight Gooding & Company’s annual Amelia Island Auction on March 10
Ten-years after leaving Formula One racing, Lancia re-established its motorsports department in 1965 with the Fulvia Coupe and placed a new focus on rally racing.
During the past decade, Italian sports cars from the 1950s and ’60s have become very expensive.
For the 1969 model year, Lancia changed engines in its Flavia model, and with the new engine came a new name of the model — the 2000.
If you are looking for something exotic, Italian, and available for less that $50,000, your choices are fairly limited these days.