Selling a Lancia
Founded in 1907 by engineer and racecar driver Vincenzo Lancia, Lancia & Co. would quickly establish a reputation for innovative designs and production methods. It would also become known for being quite uncompromising when it came to holding on to its own traditions and techniques – this trait would eventually lead to the company’s commercial failure. While Italians loyal to the brand would be the company’s main customers, Lancia cars would eventually see a worldwide presence. In fact, it was not uncommon for Lancia models to be privately imported into the United States by wealthy sports car enthusiasts. More expensive than their Fiat rivals, yet less expensive that the early 1950’s Alfa Romeo models, the Lancia would find and interesting place in the market. After the war, Alfa Romeo (one of the company’s biggest competitors) would turn to mass production. This would directly challenge the company’s place in the market and would ultimately lead to the commercial demise of the Lancia company. If you’re thinking about selling your classic Lancia, you’ll find a wealth of valuable Seller’s Tips throughout this website for your convenience.
Lancia Seller’s Guide
There are a number of Lancia models that would become quite popular throughout the company’s history. These include the Lancia Aurelia (1950-1959), the Lancia Appia (1953-1963), and the Lancia Flaminia (1957-1970). Each of these would offer unique characteristics, as well as different body styles and states of tune. Whether you’re the owner of a Lancia Flaminia Sport or Super Sport (two of the most popular Flaminia offerings), a Lancia Appia in need of restoration, or a mind condition Lancia Aurelia, you can rest assured knowing that these unique classics have quite a cult following in the classic car market. As a Lancia owner, this is something you are probably already familiar with. Perhaps the most important Seller’s Tip that the Alex Manos team can offer to their clients and friends is to ensure that you’ve taken the time to authenticate your particular model as an original. Because these Lancia classics typically saw low production numbers, buyers will want evidence that your model is indeed original. This can be achieved through matching the engine and chassis numbers with historic records or by having a qualified Lancia specialist authenticate your vehicle. To connect with a Lancia specialist in your area, do not hesitate to contact the Alex Manos team for advice.
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With years of experience in the classic car market, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to learn more about your classic Lancia and is always available for consultation. In fact, if your classic Lancia fits into their collection, they will make you a top dollar offer on the spot. How’s that for taking the worry and stress out of selling a classic? Connect with their team today to learn more.