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Mondial, 1956, 175 Corsa

Mondial, 1956, 175 Corsa

FB Mondial 175 Corsa, 1956, Italy FB was an Italian motorcycle manufacturer, active from 1929 to 1978. The acronym FB stands for Fratelli Boselli (Boselli Brothers), the founders of the company that after WWII will become FB Mondial eand later Mondial Moto. The company invested a lot on races where important racing drivers rode Mondial...

30 August 202128 January 2024
Lancia, 1975, Fulvia 1.3 S

Lancia, 1975, Fulvia 1.3 S

Lancia “Fulvia 1.3 S”, 1975 The Fulvia Coupé was launched at the 1965 Geneva Motor Show, destined to be a great commercial and racing success. The elegant and streamlined body was signed by Piero Castagneto, who said to have been inspired by Riva motorboats. The interior is pure Lancia as well, with the real wooden dashboard...

7 July 202116 December 2023
Lancia, 1968, Fulvia 1.3 S Rallye

Lancia, 1968, Fulvia 1.3 S Rallye

Lancia “Fulvia 1.3 S Rallye”, 1968 The Fulvia Coupé was launched at the 1965 Geneva Motor Show, destined to be a great commercial and racing success. The elegant and streamlined body was signed by Piero Castagneto, who said to have been inspired by Riva motorboats. The interior is pure Lancia as well, with the real wooden...

29 June 20219 January 2024
Lancia, 1971, 2000 i.e. Berlina

Lancia, 1971, 2000 i.e. Berlina

Lancia “2000 i.e. Berlina “, 1971 The Lancia 2000 was born to replace the missing spot left by the Flaminia in 1970. Lancia needed a new flagship model and by substantially modifying the Flavia berlina, the 2000 Berlina saw the light. Powered by the Flavia’s flat-4 engine, the 2000 will be the first Italian car (and one...

9 June 20219 January 2024
Lancia, 1959, Appia III Serie

Lancia, 1959, Appia III Serie

Lancia Appia III Serie, 1959, Italia The heir of the Ardea, the new “little” Lancia Appia was presented at the 1953 Turin Motor Show. The head valve distribution was controlled by two camshafts. Fed by a Solex carburetor, the engine produced 38 bhp, which gave the new sedan higher performance than its main competitor, the...

9 June 20219 January 2024
OM, 1963, Lupetto

OM, 1963, Lupetto

OM “Lupetto”, 1963 This OM Lupetto, purchased by Luciano Nicolis on 18 August 1963, was the first truck of Lamacart, the company he set up on 24 June 1963. Inside there is a plate written and signed personally by Luciano that reads: “This is the 1st truck bought by Lamacart in 1963 and used personally by...

3 May 20219 January 2024