1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato

The Flaminia, named after the Roman road “Via Flaminia”, was a stylish and sophisticated vehicle unveiled at the Turin Auto Show in 1957. The sports models were designed by Zagato and Touring and shared the same shortened wheelbase as the GT counterparts.

The Flaminia Zagato Sport, designed by Ercole Spada, was a quintessential sports car with a sleek coupé profile and impressive performance figures.

Only 99 of the earliest “Pre-Series” models had covered headlights before they were outlawed in Italy, and nearly all had a single Solex carburetor, except for five vehicles that were fitted with a 150 bhp triple Weber engine on special request.

Source: RM Sotheby’s