1964 Lancia Flaminia 3C Spyder
The Flaminia was the first Lancia designed by Antonio Fessia and was the company’s top-of-the-line car. Never one to be satisfied with second best, the Lancia story is one of constant innovation and a never ending quest for perfection.
Featured here is a superb example of the Lancia heritage, a 1964 Flaminia 3C Spyder with Super Leggera construction. This is a true gentleman’s roadster that offers stellar performance in a car that is easy to drive. This Flaminia is wearing an older restoration that has held up very well. The 3C Spyder is a car that offers a pleasurable grand touring experience at a fraction of the cost of other cars in its class. The beautiful lines on this fine automobile are nicely accentuated by a sharp red paint job that has held up very well since its restoration. Power for this roadster comes from its triple carbureted 2.8 liter V-6; an engine that easily moves this car with spirited performance.
The Lancia name still commands respect on any show field, and this superb example of the Flaminia 3C Spyder is a car that delivers both on the road and the concours field. In the end, the Flaminia turned out to be a successful car for Lancia, so much so, that the Flaminia remained in production until 1970. This fine example with its convertible body style is a car that exemplifies timeless elegance and beauty.