Italian Trailer Find: 1979 Lancia Zagato

When was the last time you saw a Lancia Zagato (or any Lancia for that matter)? It was a small, Targa-like sports car built by Lancia in Italy (under the supervision of Fiat). It was imported from 1975 to… more»

Three Lancia Beta Coupes For $1,200

It’s rare to see even one Lancia Beta coupe, but this vendor in Gardendale, Texas has put three of them for sale as a package on Craigslist. The “bundle deal” is a mere $1,200, and you’d be nuts to… more»

One Owner Example: 1976 Lancia Scorpion

A Lancia Scorpion is not exactly the kind of car that pops into mind when considering likely suspects for long-term, single-caretaker ownership. However, this has to be the lone example of a notoriously needy car that has been in… more»

Sidelined Project: 1967 Lancia Fulvia Zagato 1.3 Sport

Well, so long as we are talking about “Lancias”, let’s talk about a real Lancia. Okay, no, not a Spider America, and yes, admittedly from the post-FIAT era of Lancia – but something that has the same genetic inventiveness… more»

Minor Needs: 1976 Lancia Scorpion 2.0L Five-Speed

A shocking thing has happened. The previously disrespected Lancia Scorpion has begun to beguile collectors. Now I know I am going to hear some arguments about how great this car is/was, but I like to listen to markets, and… more»

Low-Mile Euro-Spec: 1975 Lancia Beta Montecarlo

These mid-engine Lancia Beta Montecarlos are better known—and command higher prices—in Europe than in the U.S. Here, they’re an oddity, but a rather attractive one. If you do cotton to a Montecarlo two-seater, this is a very good choice…. more»

Collection Star: 1955 Lancia Aurelia B24 Spider America

A few weeks back, we profiled what many are calling one of the last great barn finds of our time. Dutchman Ad Palmen had accumulated a collection of 230 vehicles, many of them classic European marques with several desirable… more»

Five Decades of Ownership: 1955 Lancia Aurelia B24S Spider America

Lancia introduced its Aurelia series in 1950, beginning with the B10 saloon. In 1951, the company created the grand touring niche when it launched a beautiful, V6-powered 2+2 coupe, called the B20. The car burnished the reputations of chief… more»

One Of Only 764! 1982 Lancia Zagato

The last time I saw a Lancia Zagato, such as this 1982 example was probably in 1982! Lancia, a once proud marque, known for its sporting character, has all but disappeared from global automotivedom. Based on the Lancia Beta… more»

Needs a Garage: 1976 Lancia Scorpion

By the early 1970s, the Fiat 124 – a brisk seller – was aging. Fiat originally planned to replace the 124 with a Pininfarina design, but Bertone stepped in with the economical Fiat X1/9. Fiat shifted the Pininfarina project… more»

Unbelievable 230 Car Barn Find Stash!

One of the best stories you can learn about when tracking barn finds is a massive cache of vehicles that no one seemingly knew about. According to the auction listing description, this collection in Europe was built without much… more»

Exotic Project: 1958 Lancia Appia S2 Convertible by Vignale

Having just covered Giovanni Michelotti’s work with Triumph in the ’60s – when he sketched the Herald, Spitfire, GT6, and TR4 – we now turn the clock back to meet him at Lancia. Michelotti’s first work for Lancia was… more»

CA Blue Plate Special: 1976 Lancia Scorpion

Lancias are always a subject of intrigue for me – especially when you review what they once made, compared to the sole Ypsilon that’s in production today. I assumed that Sergio Marchione would have killed the brand off back… more»

1-of-173: 1994 Lancia Delta Integrale HF “Evoluzione II”

The World Rally Championship is widely regarded as the most demanding form of motorsport. Drivers push themselves, and their cars, to the very edge over multiple days of competition. The Lancia Delta HF Integrale is considered one of the… more»

20 Years Family Owned: 1966 Lancia Fulvia Zagato

This Lancia Fulvia Zagato has been in the seller’s family for over 20 years and wears a distinctive “Giallo” paint job that was redone about six years ago. The Fulvia Zagato is a limited production model with an impressive… more»

For Sale Again: 1957 Lancia Appia Series 2

Our own Michelle wrote a tremendous post about this same Appia being for sale back in November of 2022; as it is now listed for sale for $250 less ($14,500) here on craigslist with the same pictures, my assumption… more»