Lancia aurelia. Bonhams : 1951 Lancia Aurelia B50 Cabriolet Chassis no. B50 1443 Engine no. B12 3026 (see text) 2019-11-22

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1951 Lancia Aurelia B50

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Prior, the car was owned by the same family for over 20 years. In 1950, the sedan version of the Lancia Aurelia was introduced, powered by an aluminum-alloy V-6 motor co-designed by Vittorio Jano. This produces around 100bhp, significantly more that the standard B50's 56bhp! If you win the auction, your card will be charged for the service fee and you pay the seller directly for the vehicle. There were 12,633 Flaminias sold over 13 years. Registered in the Lancia Register, revised, with accessories of the time. Of a total of 265 are believed to have been built this is one of only a handful known to exist in its original Pinninfarina alloy bodywork.

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Restored 1956 Lancia Aurelia B24S Convertible for sale on BaT Auctions

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As a result of all of this, has become something of a forgotten name to the automotive universe and we think this needs to change as soon as possible. Although both Aurelias shared the B10 powertrain, the Cabriolet was built on a specially lengthened 114. Sit duis incididunt Lorem incididunt et anim. Engines Year Displacement Configuration Power Notes 1957—1961 2. The Super Sport replaced the Sport in 1964, with the introduction of the 2.

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1957 Lancia Aurelia B20GT S6 'Outlaw 1' Project » Thornley Kelham

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The Aurelia was also first car to be fitted with as standard equipment. It was Lancia's model at that time, replacing the. Upon completion, the car was finished in metallic beige paint with a nut-brown interior and approved for sale on June 8, 1951. The Super Sport also saw some changes - the rear was updated to a , while the front was made more aerodynamic with distinctive tear-shape headlight casings. The 4-speed manual transaxle is stamped B20A-439 and was rebuilt with new bearings and seals, and is equipped with a rebuilt clutch slave cylinder.

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Bonhams : 1951 Lancia Aurelia B50 Cabriolet Chassis no. B50 1443 Engine no. B12 3026 (see text)

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The Lancia Aurelia was a great success from its introduction in 1950. This is simply because descent examples of the Aurelia are far too valuable to be chopped up and modified. The car also received new track rod ends, a new steering coupler, a new fuel tank, and a new speedometer cable. Mounted in the front is a 1754 cc six-cylinder engine that produces 56 horsepower. In 2010, the body was taken to bare metal and received a glass-out repaint in its original colours of black over amaranto. The four-speed manual gearbox sends power to the rear wheels while drum brakes provide adequate stopping power.

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1955 Lancia Aurelia B20S GT for sale on BaT Auctions

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It has little wear in the bores, turns freely, and comes with many hard to find pieces including water manifolds, Weber carb and air cleaner, water pump and fan, oil filter housing and piping,fuel pump, carb linkage, exhaust manifolds, starter, etc. Jean-Claude Bajol acquired the car from him during the 1980s, making him the third owner. This Aurelia has been exceptionally well maintained and retains its original major mechanical components. You will never encounter a finer example anywhere again. Black Wilton wool carpet lines the floor and features black rubber heel guards. The driveshaft was also revised to reduce vibration. Dan Kirkpatrick Interiors reupholstered the seats and door panels in leather, and new interior door handles were installed.

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1953 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Series III

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In mechanical aspects, the B24 convertible was similar to the coupé of the same series. The car was sent to Pinin Farina on 28th July 1951 to be fitted with a cabriolet body in Bleu Sera Evening Blue with matching leather interior and similar mohair hood. Tires are still very usable and are free of any major rot. The Convertibile was in production until 1964, with 847 made in total 180 with the 2. In all, 500 first series Aurelias were produced. Factory records indicate that 1045 was produced between May and June 1955 finished in grey with red leather interior.

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1955 Lancia Aurelia B20S GT for sale on BaT Auctions

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The car is complete with tool kit and original jack. In 2003, the interior was re-trimmed in Cuoio Chiaro leather with suede inserts for the front seats and door panels. The chrome is all there with proper stampings and has recently been replated. Nineteen fifty-one saw the introduction of the B20 Gran Turismo, with a 1,991-cubic centimetre engine on a shorter 2,660-millimetre wheelbase. Modified Aurelias took the first three places in the 1952 with as the winner and another win on Lièges-Rome-Lièges of 1953. The B21 was released in 1951 with a larger 1991 cc 70 hp 52 kW engine.

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Meet The Lancia Aurelia B20GT ‘Outlaw'

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Imperfections in the paint are noted below the rear quarter windows on either side. The roof is not the only modification to be made to the body, because all four wings have been widened, the front and rear bumpers as well as the rain guttering has been removed, the front indicators are now housed inside the headlights and what seems to be a Nardi scoop has also been cut into the bonnet. It returned to Italy in 1988 and treated to a restoration by Gianni Sala of Reggio Emilia. The interior upholstery and headliner, a wool fabric is original, as are the rubber floor mats. Luckily this vehicle was saved, and it was soon disassembled and that was when the real work began.

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1958 Lancia Aurelia

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Beige carpet covers the cabin floor, and a set of lap belts have been added. The dashboard face is painted Caressa White and trimmed in matching tan leather along the edge. All interior bits work appropriately, all gauges work, windows go up and down etc. Gianni continued to build cars exhibiting the spirited flair that had always set Lancia apart from the mundane. B20 2686 has been recently serviced and continually maintained, all parts and service records and photos are included with the sale. She sold the car on 17th April 1963 to fellow American, Richard M Goodwin, the celebrated mathematician and economist, who lectured at Cambridge and Siena Universities.

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