Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Lancia Flaminia Zagato Super Sport (1964-67)

The Flaminia, produced from 1957 through 1970, was Lancia's flagship model at that time. Most of them were built by Pininfarina. The Lancia Sport Flaminia were coupes specially bodied by Zagato. A total of 526 were built in three different series. In 1963, the Zagato Sport had a new 2.8L V6 engine, which produced 150 hp, and was good for a top speed of 130 mph. 

In 1964 the Sport was replaced by the Super Sport which increased the horsepower to 152 through the upgraded 2.8L engine. The Super Sport, also built by Zagato, has an aluminum body with the signature Zagato double-bubble roof.  2.8 L 152 bhp (113 kW) V6 engine. The rear of the Super Sport was updated to a Kammback, while the front was made more aerodynamic with distinctive tear-shape headlight casings. Only 150 of the Super Sport coupés were built. (conceptcarz.com & wikipedia)


(Photos from flickr.com, fantasyjunction.com, phautomobile.fr,
classicdriver.com, oldiesfan67.canalblog.com & rmauctions.com)

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