Lancia 1960

Appia
Flaminia

Flavia - new model

 

 

 


Appia


3a Serie (Tipo 808)  1089 cm³, 48 cv
Berlina  wb: 2510 mm


Lancia Appia

 



Appia – sports models


Pininfarina Coupé 3a serie  1089 cc, 54/60 hp; wb: 235 cm
Vignale Convertible 3a serie 1089 cc, 54/60 hp; wb: 235 cm
Vignale Lusso Berlina 1089 cc, 54/60 hp; wb: 235 cm - end of prod.
GTE Zagato Coupé 3a serie 1089 cc, 54/60 hp; wb: 251 cm
Giardinietta Viotti,
3-door estate-car
1089 cc,
 
48 hp;
 
- this year only
or up to 1962

  More powerfull engines become available throughout Appia sports range in mid-year.


Lancia Appia

 


Zagato GTE and Zagato Brothers - Gianni and Elio


Flaminia


Flaminia  V6 cyl., 60°, 2458 cc, 102 hp
Berlina  wb: 287 cm


Flaminia


Lancia Flaminia in the USA.

 


Flaminia – sports models

 

Flaminia  V6 cyl., 60°, 2458 cc, 119 cv
Coupé Pininfarina  wb: 275 cm - side indicators
Coupé GT Touring wb: 252cm - side indicators on the wings
Cabriolet GT Touring wb: 252cm - Geneva (March)
Sport Zagato wb: 252cm

 


Lancia Flaminia


Flaminia Coupé Pinin Farina


Flaminia GT Touring


Flaminia Convertible Touring


Flaminia Sport Zagato – 99 examples were built.


Flaminia Sport Zagato series II – the new version with round headlights, front indicators recessed and prominent, repeaters on wings, conventional door handles.


Loevy Lancia Flaminia – prototype

 


335 Flaminia Presidenziale by Pinin Farina


335  V6 cyl., 60°, 2458 cc, 102 cv - 6 ex.
wb: 335 cm

  When in 1960 Queen Elizabeth II announced her visit to Italy, President Gronchi commissioned Pininfarina to deliver four stretched Lancia Flaminia limousines to appropriately service the visit (and also renew the dated presidential fleet). The cars were built in a record time of 6 months to a detailed specification, with the assistance of General Motors with regard to various electric extras. They are seven-seater landaulets, painted dark blue, with black Connolly Leather upholstery, Voxon radio and Pirelli tires. This model is officially called 335 (due to its 335 cm wheelbase), and is also referred to as Presidenziale or Quirinale (after Quirinal Palace, the residence of the President of the Italian Republic). Individual cars are called Belsito, Belmonte, Belvedere and Belfiore.


Flaminia 335


Flaminia 335


 


Flavia


Flavia  B4 cyl., 1499 ccm 78 cv - new model
Berlina  wb: 2600 mm

  Flavia was first announced soon after the opening of the Geneva Motor Show and then presented at the Turin Motor Show. In December the new Lancia was presented to the Prime Minister Hon Amintore Fanfani and – at the circuit of Vallelunga – to the press, for short tests. The car is powered by brand new 1.5 litre four-cylinder full alloy boxer engine with front-wheel drive through innovative double CV joints. The engine, for the first time is mounted to a subframe with elastic inserts to reduce vibration. Braking system is dual hydraulic circuit equipped with discs on all four wheels: technical features that had never before seen in Italy in a production car.


Lancia Flavia


Flavia

 


Lancia Flavia


Flavia


 

 


Targa Florio. Appia Zagato (F.Fiorentino and G.Rizzotti).

  Targa Florio entries: (08.05.1960)
# 12 Appia GTZ Fiorentino / Rizzotti San Rizzo -
# 16 Appia GTZ Largaiolli / Zeccoli Eugenio Castellotti -
# 94 Aurelia B20 Donato / Pizzo Balarm ret.
# 98 Aurelia B20 Vannucci / Carfì Etna -
# 102 Aurelia B20 Monaci / Forlaini Partenopea ret.
# 106 Aurelia B24 Mancini / Buondonno -
# 108 Aurelia B24 Mantia / D'Amico Monte Pellegrino -

 

 


Targa Florio. Appia Zagato (Cesare Largaiolli and Teodoro Zeccoli).

 


Targa Florio. Aurelia B20 (Bartolomeo Donato and Giuseppe Pizzo).