The 1956 Lancia Aurelia B24S Spider boasts a race-developed V6 engine, outstanding handling and beautiful Pininfarina styling. This car also incorporates sought after options such as the Nardi carburetor kit and Borrani wire wheels. The original car was a gift to the current owner in the 1970s from Walter Farley, noted author of the Black Stallion Series. Only 181 left-hand drive models were produced. They are rare and desirable. This car, serial number B24S-1083, was exhibited at the Amelia Island Concours in 2009 after being restored in Oakdale/Pittsburgh, PA by Bob Williams, Will's Garage with the interior completed by Tom Pearce and the engine work was accomplished by Walt Spak. The great thought given to the weight distribution and wheel articulation make the Spider light and agile to drive.