1962 Lancia Flavia Sport 1500
Lancia Flavia Sport 1500
The Lancia Flavia was highly-developed by Prof Fessia in the previous Fifties, and introduced purchasable in 1961. Initially usable alone as a iv threshold taproom, it featured a 1.5 L aluminum pugilist locomotive. This simulation was presently coupled by a two threshold putsché, intentional by Pininfarina on a truncated chopine. Vignale reinforced a two doorway transformable, piece Zagato intentional an outlandish-looking twinkle weightiness two doorway play rendering. The mutant adaptation has mate carburetors for spare index (hardly ended 100 hp/75 kW), still this variation of the locomotive was notoriously unmanageable to support in air.
Late exploitation of the locomotive included an blowup to 1.8 L, a mechanical injectant rendering victimisation the Kugelfischer organization, and a fivesome fastness manual gearbox. Towards the end of the 1960s, when Order took mastery of the troupe, the Vignale and Zagato versions were discontinued, and the takeoveré and taproom versions standard new bodywork. The locomotive increased to 2.0 L in content, uncommitted with carburettor or shot, and quadruplet or fin amphetamine gearbox. The 2.0 L models were solitary made with revised Pininfarina Coupe and revised Lancia Saloon bodies.
The Flavia was revised and re-named the Lancia 2000 in 1971 or 1972. The 2000 featured Girling platter brakes (replacement the Flavia 2000’s Dunlop), Stainless bumpers and, for the fire injected models, Bosch D-jetronic Analog-electrovalve fire injectant. These were reinforced to 1973 or 1974 although mark new models remained in breed until 1975. As with the Flavia 2000, the 2000 was but made with Pininfarina Coupe and Lancia Saloon bodies
Bod and razz timber were brilliant, and the strength of these cars are fantabulous considering the comparatively pocket-size functioning specifications. The punctilious technology makes alimony of these oldies elementary, although it can be rather expensive due to the scarceness of parts.
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