This shocking Lancia Aurelia car is an irregular presentation auto initially made for the 1953 Turin Motor Show. Mated to an effectively uncommon B53 suspension, of which less than 90 samples were delivered, the auto’s mechanical underpinnings follow their heredity to the great Gianni Lancia and Vittorio Jano-planned Aurelia, which stays outstanding as Lancia’s first all-new, after war vehicles outline.
Its nice looking style originates from the hands of Giovanni Michelotti. The productive Michelotti worked for various outline houses notwithstanding Allemano, most strikingly Vignale. Only this spring, Michelotti was respected by his prompting into the European Automotive Hall of Fame.
Michelotti’s outline was enlivened by the board mixers and specialists of Carrozzeria Allemano in Turin. Allemano likewise created (and now and then outlined) bodies for Aston Martin, Ferrari, Fiat and Maserati. The hood and entryways are produced using aluminum, still an intriguing metal in the 1950s. Its utilization represented an extensive decrease in weight and in this way enhanced execution of the two-liter V6 motor.
The rich two-entryway, four-place car he made oozes traditionalist polish. It additionally, in any case, demonstrates expected Italian pizazz in the twin air admissions flanking the grille and in the striking dark over blue shading plan. The profile closes with drastically slanting back wings that give the outline a brandishing flavor.
This auto was sold by RM Auctions in October of 2009 at the Battersea Evolution, London and in March of 2011 at the Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, Florida. 80 bhp, 1,991 cc overhead-valve six-chamber motor, four-speed manual transmission, autonomous front suspension with curl springs, four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase 104.7″.
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