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Such a wonderful picture sent by one of our followers showing Lancia 037 chassis 72 (ZLA151ARO00000072). This car was sold new in France by établissement Chardonnet to a gentleman from Lyon, had a second owner in France and was then sold in 2001 to Japan. この車はフランスで新しく販売され、2001年に日本向けに販売されました。誰かが現在の車の写真や他の情報を持っていますか? . . . #lancia #lanciarally #037 #lancia037 #rallying #wrc #lanciaclassic #classiccars #makelanciagreatagain #rallycar #groupb #homologation #homologationspecial #youngtimers #carsofinstagram #abarth #supercars #1982 #grandtour #cargram #carspotting #lancisti #worldchampion #caroftheday #picoftheday #instacool #coolstuff #periodpicture #japanesecars #🇯🇵
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What are your plans for the weekend? .. Car: Tomini Classics' @assyly 's Lancia Fulvia .. #tomini #tominiclassics #lancia #lanciafulvia #lanciahf #fulvia #lancisti #dailydriver #makelanciagreatagain #dubaicars #italianstyle #driveproper .. Photo by @tedgushue ; arigato! .. Our Facebook: bit.ly/tominiclassics Our Instagram: @tominiclassicsdubai Fulvia not for sale. Everything else: ay@tominiclassics.com
Me and the air plenum from 3.0 #v6 #Busso powered #Lancia #Thesis . No chance you won't love this engine after you try it. #alfisti #alfaromeo #lanciathesis #petrolhead #petrolheads #italiancars #italiancar #lancisti
Lancia Stratos (1973-1978) . The Lancia Stratos was a very successful rally car, winning the World Rally Championship in 1974, 1975 and 1976. Designed by Bertone, it was a replacement for the aging Fulvia for use on road snd rallying. Lancia decided to develop the rally car based on ideas of Bertone’s designer Marcello Gandini who already had designed the Lamborghini Miura and Countach. They decided on a mid-mounted Dino Ferrari 2.4lt V6 producing 190 hp (140 kW) in road trim. Enzo Ferrari was reluctant to sign off the use of this engine in a car he saw as a competitor to his own Ferrari Dino V6. Production of the Ferrari Dino ended in 1974 and Enzo released 500 engines to Lancia. The Dino 2.4 L V6 engines were fitted to the rallying versions, but in a much higher state of tune, that could reach 260hp. . - Lancia Stratos ©fotocommunity.de . #somedayclassics #lancia #lanciastratos #stratos #wrc #group4 #lancia037 #lancialovers #martini #martiniracing #abrath #lancisti #strata #savelancia #groupb #Lancia #Stratos #Rally #LanciaStratos #MotorFanatics
📸 credit 👉 @somedayclassics Another adorable vintage automoble. Write in the comment what u like most about this classic In case you want your reposted content to be removed 👉 please DM Lancia Delta S4 (1985-1986) 🤙Tag your 🚘friends 🤙 In the mid 1980's, Group B gave us the most outrageous rally cars ever built and their performance levels were staggering. In 1986, Henri Toivonen drove his Lancia Delta S4 rally car so fast that it was reckoned that he was the equivalent of Arton Senna of Formula 1 for car control. Toivonen, who died in a horrific crash later that year, will forever remain one of the World Rally Championship’s all-time greats. When it comes to flair, bravery and outright speed, Ninni Russo, his manager at Lancia at the time believed that Henri Toivonen’s superhuman skills as a driver meant that he was destined to become a world champion. He was effectively to rallying what Arton Senna was to F1 at the time, not yet a world champion but clearly destined for greatness. The Group B machines were terrifyingly fast at the time,capable of pushing out a ground-trembling 600hp and were capable of doing the 0-60mph in barely two seconds. Henri Toivonen and co-driver Sergio Cresto perished at an innocuous-looking turn on the Mediterranean isle of Corsica and Group B was disbanded. Group B rally cars will always be remembered fondly by all the older rally fraternity but when they were legislated out of the World Rally Championship at the end of the 1986 season, most manufactures scrambled to fill in the void and come up with a new breed of racing machines for the new Group A. Its ironic but Lancia had the edge over Peugeot in that fateful 1986 season with their Lancia Delta S4 Group B car. Lancia adapted those winning technologies from the Lancia Delta S4, namely four-wheel drive and turbocharging, to the smaller narrow-bodied Lancia Delta HF 4WD. Everything was scaled down to the comply with the new Group A regulations and the Lancia Delta HF 4WD went on and won the 1987 WRC rally championship, their first constructors win since 1983 with the Lancia Rally 037. . . #Lancia #LanciaDelta #LanciaMartini #groupb #deltas4 #lancisti #strata
Lancia Fulvia Coupé 1600 HF Corsa (818) (1970–1974) Lancia's period of dominance in the land of rallying dates back as far back as the 1970's. Rallying has long had a hand in shaping what a performance car could do and manufacturers went by the old adage, 'Race on Sunday's and sell on Monday's. Rallying has always been a fine market place for to develop street cred as each new generation follows its hero cars. Most of these homologation cars are owned by private customers and each have the kudos of a rally winner. In the 1970's, racing wasn't nearly as specialised as today and was based almost entirely on tweaking the production cars and not building million dollar fabricated specials. The alloy-paneled, Lancia Fulvia was a case in point and it led to the start of decades of rally dominance for the Italian company. Lancia teams captured a shocking 11 manufacturer titles between 1972 and 1992, as well as multiple drivers' titles, before Fiat pulled the marque out of rallying altogether a decade ago. They won World Championships with the Lancia Fulvia in 1972, and went on to win with the Lancia Stratos in the mid-1970's, Lancia 037 in the early 1980's and Lancia Delta Integrale in the late 1980's - early 1990's. The HF stood for "high fidelity," shorthand for the team's sheer dedication to racing victory. Lancia won a difficult, casualty-ridden Corsica rally outright, stealing Renault's stranglehold on the event, and faced off the likes of Porsche's 911, which offered roughly double the Lancia's power, its place in history was assured. The basic engine in the 1.6 HF offered 115 hp, but a 132hp version was also available. The Works cars were capable of around 170hp with all the tweaks and tricks that factory teams can do. . 📷@simonetti.photography . #Lancia #fulvia #stratos #037stradale #LanciaMartini #groupb #deltas4 #lancisti #strata #savelancia #groupb #gruppob #rallypassion #rallyledgend #marlboro #DeltaIntegrale #martini #rally #motorsport #machina #italia #wrc #italiancar #alfisti #hf #autodepoca #igcar #automotive #drivevintage
Lancia 037 Stradale (1982) . The Lancia 037 Stradale was the road going version of the Lancia 037 Abarth rally car from Group B. It's hard to overstate just how wild Group B had become. Manufacturer's poured in vast resources and with almost unlimited regulations, they came up with some of the craziest race cars imaginable.  Today, the Lancia 037, a world championship winner in 1983, remains an incredible artifact of one of rally's greatest eras. Due to holomagation rules, manufacturers had to make at least 200 versions of the cars for racing which led to some of the craziest street cars ever seen were produced. . 📷 @girardoandco . #somedayclassics #lancia #lancia037 #037 #037stradale #lanciamartini #lancialovers #martini #martiniracing #abrath #lancisti #strata #savelancia #groupb #gruppob #rallypassion #rallyledgend #rallycars #italiansdoitbetter #volumex #italiancar #alfisti
Lancia Delta S4 (1985-1986) 🤙Tag your 🚘friends 🤙 In the mid 1980's, Group B gave us the most outrageous rally cars ever built and their performance levels were staggering. In 1986, Henri Toivonen drove his Lancia Delta S4 rally car so fast that it was reckoned that he was the equivalent of Arton Senna of Formula 1 for car control. Toivonen, who died in a horrific crash later that year, will forever remain one of the World Rally Championship’s all-time greats. When it comes to flair, bravery and outright speed, Ninni Russo, his manager at Lancia at the time believed that Henri Toivonen’s superhuman skills as a driver meant that he was destined to become a world champion. He was effectively to rallying what Arton Senna was to F1 at the time, not yet a world champion but clearly destined for greatness. The Group B machines were terrifyingly fast at the time,capable of pushing out a ground-trembling 600hp and were capable of doing the 0-60mph in barely two seconds. Henri Toivonen and co-driver Sergio Cresto perished at an innocuous-looking turn on the Mediterranean isle of Corsica and Group B was disbanded. Group B rally cars will always be remembered fondly by all the older rally fraternity but when they were legislated out of the World Rally Championship at the end of the 1986 season, most manufactures scrambled to fill in the void and come up with a new breed of racing machines for the new Group A. Its ironic but Lancia had the edge over Peugeot in that fateful 1986 season with their Lancia Delta S4 Group B car. Lancia adapted those winning technologies from the Lancia Delta S4, namely four-wheel drive and turbocharging, to the smaller narrow-bodied Lancia Delta HF 4WD. Everything was scaled down to the comply with the new Group A regulations and the Lancia Delta HF 4WD went on and won the 1987 WRC rally championship, their first constructors win since 1983 with the Lancia Rally 037. . . #Lancia #LanciaDelta #LanciaMartini #groupb #deltas4 #lancisti #strata #savelancia #groupb #gruppob #rallypassion #rallyledgend #DeltaIntegrale #martini #rally #motorsport #rallycar #racing #rallying #wrc #italiancar #lamborghini #alfisti #hf #toivonen #henri #turin
Finally la freccia e il faro della mk2 sono stati sostituiti con i ricambi giusti. #y10 #lancisti #savelancia #lancia #ar308671
Lancia Stratos (1973-1978) . The Lancia Stratos was a very successful rally car, winning the World Rally Championship in 1974, 1975 and 1976. Designed by Bertone, it was a replacement for the aging Fulvia for use on road snd rallying. Lancia decided to develop the rally car based on ideas of Bertone’s designer Marcello Gandini who already had designed the Lamborghini Miura and Countach. They decided on a mid-mounted Dino Ferrari 2.4lt V6 producing 190 hp (140 kW) in road trim. Enzo Ferrari was reluctant to sign off the use of this engine in a car he saw as a competitor to his own Ferrari Dino V6. Production of the Ferrari Dino ended in 1974 and Enzo released 500 engines to Lancia. The Dino 2.4 L V6 engines were fitted to the rallying versions, but in a much higher state of tune, that could reach 260hp. . #somedayclassics #lancia #lanciastratos #stratos #wrc #group4 #lancia037 #lancialovers #martini #martiniracing #abrath #lancisti #strata #savelancia #groupb
Best of Hilgers feine Art Cologne. Rückblick auf einige meiner außergewöhnlichsten Oldtimerverkäufe. Lancia Beta Monte Carlo Coupe. Der Monte wurde damals bei uns komplett neu lackiert, die Technik überholt und die Innenausstattung erneuert . Für mich gehört der Monte zu den Kult-Fahrzeugen. #hilgersfeineart #oldtimer #oldtimerköln #oldtimernrw #classiccars #classiccarscologne #oldtimerkaufen #oldtimerwerkstatt #oldtimerfachbetrieb #oldtimerservice #oldtimerreparatur #hilgersfeineartcologne #blechwerk #winklersblechwerkköln #winklersblechwerk #lancia #lanciamontecarlo #lancisti #lanciabeta #lanciabetacoupe #kultautos #vintagecars #lanciaclub
Lancia 2000 Coupé: Black beauty . Pininfarina was also responsible for this adorable coupé. Arriving in the early 70s as a successor to the Lancia Flavia, it had a sleeker front end, a gently arcing beltline and a roofline swooping down in the form of a ‘dovetail’ – later augmented on the Gamma. Today, the 2000 coupé is held in high regard, and is considered by many to be one of the most handsome Lancias. . #somedayclassics #lancia #lancia2000 #lancia #italiancar #alfisti #italian_car #classiccar #supercar #lancia037 #lancialovers #martini #martiniracing #abrath #lancisti #strata #savelancia
Lancia Stratos (1973-1978) . The Lancia Stratos was a very successful rally car, winning the World Rally Championship in 1974, 1975 and 1976. Designed by Bertone, it was a replacement for the aging Fulvia for use on road snd rallying. Lancia decided to develop the rally car based on ideas of Bertone’s designer Marcello Gandini who already had designed the Lamborghini Miura and Countach. They decided on a mid-mounted Dino Ferrari 2.4lt V6 producing 190 hp (140 kW) in road trim. Enzo Ferrari was reluctant to sign off the use of this engine in a car he saw as a competitor to his own Ferrari Dino V6. Production of the Ferrari Dino ended in 1974 and Enzo released 500 engines to Lancia. The Dino 2.4 L V6 engines were fitted to the rallying versions, but in a much higher state of tune, that could reach 260hp. . #somedayclassics #lancia #lanciastratos #stratos #wrc #group4 #lancia037 #lancialovers #martini #martiniracing #abrath #lancisti #strata #savelancia #groupb
Lancia Fulvia Coupé 1600 HF Corsa (818) (1970–1974) Lancia's period of dominance in the land of rallying dates back as far back as the 1970's. Rallying has long had a hand in shaping what a performance car could do and manufacturers went by the old adage, 'Race on Sunday's and sell on Monday's. Rallying has always been a fine market place for to develop street cred as each new generation follows its hero cars. Most of these homologation cars are owned by private customers and each have the kudos of a rally winner. In the 1970's, racing wasn't nearly as specialised as today and was based almost entirely on tweaking the production cars and not building million dollar fabricated specials. The alloy-paneled, Lancia Fulvia was a case in point and it led to the start of decades of rally dominance for the Italian company. Lancia teams captured a shocking 11 manufacturer titles between 1972 and 1992, as well as multiple drivers' titles, before Fiat pulled the marque out of rallying altogether a decade ago. They won World Championships with the Lancia Fulvia in 1972, and went on to win with the Lancia Stratos in the mid-1970's, Lancia 037 in the early 1980's and Lancia Delta Integrale in the late 1980's - early 1990's. The HF stood for "high fidelity," shorthand for the team's sheer dedication to racing victory. Lancia won a difficult, casualty-ridden Corsica rally outright, stealing Renault's stranglehold on the event, and faced off the likes of Porsche's 911, which offered roughly double the Lancia's power, its place in history was assured. The basic engine in the 1.6 HF offered 115 hp, but a 132hp version was also available. The Works cars were capable of around 170hp with all the tweaks and tricks that factory teams can do. . #Lancia #fulvia #stratos #037stradale #LanciaMartini #groupb #deltas4 #lancisti #strata #savelancia #groupb #gruppob #rallypassion #rallyledgend #marlboro #DeltaIntegrale #martini #rally #motorsport #machina #italia #wrc #italiancar #lamborghini #alfisti #hf #turin
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Lancia Delta S4 (1985-1986) 🤙Tag your 🚘friends 🤙 In the mid 1980's, Group B gave us the most outrageous rally cars ever built and their performance levels were staggering. In 1986, Henri Toivonen drove his Lancia Delta S4 rally car so fast that it was reckoned that he was the equivalent of Arton Senna of Formula 1 for car control. Toivonen, who died in a horrific crash later that year, will forever remain one of the World Rally Championship’s all-time greats. When it comes to flair, bravery and outright speed, Ninni Russo, his manager at Lancia at the time believed that Henri Toivonen’s superhuman skills as a driver meant that he was destined to become a world champion. He was effectively to rallying what Arton Senna was to F1 at the time, not yet a world champion but clearly destined for greatness. The Group B machines were terrifyingly fast at the time,capable of pushing out a ground-trembling 600hp and were capable of doing the 0-60mph in barely two seconds. Henri Toivonen and co-driver Sergio Cresto perished at an innocuous-looking turn on the Mediterranean isle of Corsica and Group B was disbanded. Group B rally cars will always be remembered fondly by all the older rally fraternity but when they were legislated out of the World Rally Championship at the end of the 1986 season, most manufactures scrambled to fill in the void and come up with a new breed of racing machines for the new Group A. Its ironic but Lancia had the edge over Peugeot in that fateful 1986 season with their Lancia Delta S4 Group B car. Lancia adapted those winning technologies from the Lancia Delta S4, namely four-wheel drive and turbocharging, to the smaller narrow-bodied Lancia Delta HF 4WD. Everything was scaled down to the comply with the new Group A regulations and the Lancia Delta HF 4WD went on and won the 1987 WRC rally championship, their first constructors win since 1983 with the Lancia Rally 037. . . #Lancia #LanciaDelta #LanciaMartini #groupb #deltas4 #lancisti #strata #savelancia #groupb #gruppob #rallypassion #rallyledgend #DeltaIntegrale #martini #rally #motorsport #rallycar #racing #rallying #wrc #italiancar #lamborghini #alfisti #hf #toivonen #henri #turin
Lancia 037 Stradale (1982) . 🤙Tag your friends 🤙 📷 @girardoandco . The Lancia 037 Stradale was the road going version of the Lancia 037 Abarth rally car from Group B. It's hard to overstate just how wild Group B had become. Manufacturer's poured in vast resources and with almost unlimited regulations, they came up with some of the craziest race cars imaginable.  Today, the Lancia 037, a world championship winner in 1983, remains an incredible artifact of one of rally's greatest eras. Due to holomagation rules, manufacturers had to make at least 200 versions of the cars for racing which led to some of the craziest street cars ever seen were produced. . #somedayclassics #lancia #lancia037 #037 #037stradale #lanciamartini #lancialovers #martini #martiniracing #abrath #lancisti #strata #savelancia #groupb #gruppob #rallypassion #rallyledgend #rallycars #italiansdoitbetter #volumex #italiancar #alfisti
Der nächste für die bevorstehende Retro Classics Cologne ab dem 15.Nov. 2018. Lancia Beta 1600 Coupe Hilgers feine Art Cologne - Classic Cars and Parts Wir sind mit 22 Oldtimern vertreten in Halle 6 und 9. #hilgersfeineart #oldtimer #oldtimerköln #oldtimernrw #classiccars #classiccarscologne #oldtimerkaufen #oldtimerwerkstatt #oldtimerfachbetrieb #oldtimerservice #oldtimerreparatur #hilgersfeineartcologne #lancia #lancisti # lanciabeta #lanciabetacoupe #retroclassics #oldtimermesse #retroclassicscologne
World famous #lancisti Manfredooo and me celebrating his birthday as usual 💪😎👌 He is one of the most correct and important persons in my life!! Wish u all the best bro!! ❤😘💪😎🤙
Lancias had previously been sold in the U.S. though the late 60s, through Hoffman Motors in the 1950s and Lancia and Fiat later, but the 1975 launch of the #Beta was the first real attempt to mass-market the brand in North America. - Ultimately, Lancia’s U.S. adventure didn’t work out thanks to a combination of a high price, unfamiliarity, quality issues, and a patchy dealer network. Only 1,011 cars were sold that first year and U.S. sales peaked at 5,500 in 1977, sliding back to 1,600 cars in 1979. It was around this time that quality issues began to seriously erode Fiat’s reputation with American consumers, and these modern #Lancias were inextricably linked to Fiat. - One way of reinvigorating sales was to bring in a fancier, sportier Beta despite the shortcomings of the by-then-withdrawn mid-engined Beta Scorpion (which had been sold in 1976 and 1977 only). The Beta Spyder, styled by #Pininfarina but actually constructed at #Zagato (sort of, the cars went back and forth between Lancia and Zagato during assembly) had been introduced in 1975 in Europe and came to the U.S. in 1979 as the #BetaZagato . - The Spyder/Zagato was basically a Beta coupe with a new roof perfect for the “safety regs” era, with a big rollover bar integral to the design, a soft top out back and a targa hatch up front. From the A-pillar forward it was a standard Beta, front-drive with a sideways fiat twin-cam and five speeds. The Beta was an excellent design, if one let down by quality control. - Earlier Euro versions had the 1600 and 1800 twin cams, but because the North American model only arrived in 1979, it came only with the 2-liter - and it had an optional Automatic. - The Zagato was quite nice - a good driver if more of a tourer than an out-and-out sports car, but it was also pricey - just under $11K in 1979, nearly Coupe DeVille territory; so it didn’t really help sales, which were so poor that Lancia imported no cars at all in 1980, selling leftover ’79s. - The coupe and Zagato returned in 1981 with updates and new trims - and improved quality - and carried on for another two years before Fiat withdrew from North America entirely in January, 1983. #LanciaBetaZagato
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