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»

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»

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»

One Of 75! 1981 Lancia Zagato S.E.

Sometime back, I opined how Lancia was a part of a disappearing act at FCA. Well now that FCA is no more, Lancia is an even smaller speck of juggernaut Stellantis, which by my count is the overlord for… more»

Tent Find: Cheap 1981 Lancia Zagato Project

Here in the United States, we’re used to a car market determined by the bean counters over at the Big Three. If it doesn’t sell, it isn’t made. This results in a lot of safe business decisions manufacturers make… more»

Final Year: 1982 Lancia Beta Zagato

Lancia was an Italian automaker whose first car came out in 1909. They became part of Fiat in 1969 with only one Lancia product still in production today. Lancia never had a big presence in the US, with its… more»

Reasonably Priced! 1982 Lancia Zagato

When you look at FCA’s current brands, soon to be enhanced by their PSA merger, Lancia is the one marque that has shrunk, considerably, from the “carscape”. It’s still around, of course, but limited to a single Ypsilon model… more»

22k Genuine Miles! 1981 Lancia Beta Zagato Spyder

UPDATE 5/5/2020 – This low mileage Lancia has been relisted here on eBay, hopefully with a lower reserve. Be sure to take another look at it! Italian manufacturer Lancia has always been renowned for building cars that are both… more»

1-of-75: 1981 Lancia Beta Zagato Spyder Special Edition

When they are in good physical and mechanical health, the Lancia Beta Zagato provides one of the most enjoyable motoring experiences that you are ever likely to have in a front-wheel-drive car. They are a relatively rare find in… more»

Crosley-Powered! 1974 Elcar Zagato

We have seen several of these unusual little battery-powered vehicles over the last few years including one that was powered by a Suzuki GSX-R600 gas motorcycle engine. This 1974 Elcar Zagato is another one that doesn’t have its original… more»

Black And Gold: 1979 Lancia Zagato Spyder

If you are looking for a unique ride to take to your local automotive, morning beverage event, look no further than this 1979 Lancia Zagato Spyder Special. This convertible can be yours for a price of $6,900 and is… more»

Cool Italian Project: 1981 Lancia Beta Zagato

Lancia is an Italian manufacturer that has produced some pretty amazing machinery throughout its lifetime. The company’s reputation for building strong and potent vehicles that have secured numerous World Rally Championship crowns is legendary, but their reputation for building… more»

Italian Supercar: 1974 Elcar Zagato

This is a car that I have been trying to find for a few years now, or one like it. This 1974 Elcar Zagato (yeah, that Zagato) can be found here on Craigslist with a $2,000 asking price. It’s… more»

Suzuki GSX-R600 Powered! 1975 Elcar Zagato

How many times have we heard, “Drop an SBC in it”, or “Drop a Hayabusa in it”. Well, that work has already been done on this uber-rare 1975 Elcar Zagato which is powered by a 2007 Suzuki GSX-R600. It’s located… more»

One Of 2,100: 1982 Lancia Beta Zagato Spyder

You’re only slightly less likely to see a 1982 Lancia Beta Zagato Spyder today than you were in the 1980s. It’s easy to believe the eBay seller’s claim that only 2,100 were imported. Wearing its original blue paint and… more»

1986 Maserati Biturbo: Zagato Spyder

Now, we have seen them all: we’ve featured a Biturbo E edition along with a rare Karif. Today we have the Zagato-designed Spyder here on craigslist that is desperately in need of a sympathetic Maserati lover. It’s only $1,000 but… more»