Selling a 1963 Lancia Flaminia Sport
Debuted at the 1958 Turin Motor Show in Italy, the Lancia Flaminia Sport is perhaps one of the most renowned examples of Italian design and innovation. Born from a partnership between luxury sports car manufacturer Lancia & Co. and coachbuilder Zagato, the Lancia Flaminia Sport would become an instant icon of luxury, style and performance. The 1963 Lancia Flaminia Sport would mark the move to an enlarged 2.8L V6 engine, although it would keep the triple-carburetor setup that was released in 1962. The name would also change, becoming the “Flaminia 3C 2.8 Sport.” The new engine, however, was not quite as exciting as was promised. Although power was now up to 146hp, weight remained the same and little improvement – if any – was made to top speed. On the other hand, buyers appreciated the model’s increased torque and more comfortable drive. As the owner of a 1963 Lancia Flaminia Sport, you are probably all too familiar with these characteristics and are having a hard time deciding whether or not to sell your beautiful classic. The Alex Manos team of classic car professionals understands that this can be a difficult decision, and welcome you to contact them with any questions about the current classic car market you may have.
1963 Lancia Flaminia Sport Seller’s Guide
Very few external design cues separate the 1963 Lancia Flaminia Sport from its predecessor; the main difference was the 2.8L badge on the rear of the car. Quite rare, Lancia collectors and enthusiasts suggest that little more than 33 examples were manufactured during the one-year production run. If you’re thinking about selling a Lancia Flaminia Sport from 1963, you’ll certainly want to ensure that your marketing efforts will reach a wide pool of buyers who are capable of purchasing such a classic. The Alex Manos team, a Los Angeles classic car dealership with an industry-wide reputation for fair and honest car deals, would be delighted to assist you with this task. Always looking to learn more about classics being offered for sale in today’s market, do not hesitate to connect with their team for consultation. In fact, should your 1962 Lancia Flaminia Sport be something their team is interested in purchasing for their Los Angeles showroom, they will happily make you a top dollar offer on the spot.
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