1964 Lancia Flavia Convertible

In the spirit of Italian ingenuity, Lancia continuously led the way in innovation, harnessing maximum power from even modest engine sizes – a necessity driven by the country’s taxation policies. The groundbreaking Flavia, introduced in 1960, exemplified this tradition.

Among its pioneering features, the Flavia was one of the earliest vehicles to combine front-wheel drive with a flat engine. Designed unmistakably by Vignale, Lancia’s Flavia convertible bore a striking resemblance to the beloved Maserati 3500 GT Convertibles, sharing a pronounced nose treatment that exuded elegance and style.

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