conceptcarz.com


1959 Lancia Flaminia GT Coupe / 824.00-1097 Vehicle Information

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT photograph

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT1959 Lancia Flaminia GT
Sold for $412,500 at 2012 Gooding and Company - Pebble Beach Auction.
The Lancia Flaminia, introduced in 1957, replaced the Lancia Aurelia as the company's flagship model. With Lancia's legendary 2.5-liter V6 engine, the Flaminia was available as a saloon, coupe or cabriolet, but the most sought-after model was the short wheelbase Sport Coupe of which 99 were bodied in lightweight aluminum by Carrozzeria Zagato.

This striking Zagato-bodied Lancia Flaminia features the Milanese styling house's trademark double-bubble roof line. Introduced at the 1956 Turin Motor Show and intended as a replacement for the Aurelia, the Flaminia retained its predecessor's 2.5-liter, overhead-valve, V6 engine and DeDion rear transaxle with inboard brakes, though Lancia's traditional sliding-pillar independent front suspension was replaced by the more modern double-wishbone arrangement. Topping the Lancia range were the Zagato-bodied Sport and Supersport models, both of which shared a shortened wheelbase. A 2.7-liter engine was introduced for 1963, by which time the sportier Flaminias were capable of almost 130 mph.

At the 1958 Torino Auto Salon, Lancia introduced two new variations of the Flaminia including the Sport and the GT. Both models were fitted to the shortened Flaminia platform, though the two could not have been more different in style or character. The Touring-bodied GT was a comfortable, gran turismo, while the Zagato-bodied Sport version was geared more towards the discerning enthusiast who required a dual-purpose sporting car of exceptional quality.

The Zagato bodied Lancia had an organic, streamlined body and utilized lightweight construction. Their alloy body work was much lighter than the Touring GT. Also, there were covered headlamps, flush door handles and signature 'double-bubble' roofline. In total, only 99 of these cars were built. 33 were built with covered headlights.

This Lancia Flaminia Sport with chassis number 824.000-1097 was purchased by Caretti Patrizia, an Italian resident who is believed to have owned the car for many years. It was exported to the United States in 1984. It passed through Anton Krivanek and Paul Forbes before being sold in 1987 to Guido Bartolomeo. It remained with Sig. Bartolomeo until his passing in 2003. Mr. Forbes re-acquired the car from the estate and returned it to the United States.

The car hsa been given a complete and thorough restoration. Over the course of several years, the vehicle was restored to exacting standards, from the original aluminum bodywork to the entire drivetrain and electrical system. The work totaled over $450,000.

This Lancia is fitted with Sport seats, triple-Weber carburetor '3C' configuration, which was also featured on the pre-production Flaminia Zagato 'Speciale' racing prototypes as well as later, open-headlight models.

The car was shown at the 2008 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance where it captured Third in Class (Lancia Post-War Through 1967). It has received awards at the Palos Verdes Concours d'Elegance, the San Marino Motor Classic and the Milwaukee Masterpiece.

The car is finished in the original colors of blue-green metallic with pumpkin leather upholstery.

In 2012, the car was offered for sale at the Pebble Beach auction presented by Gooding & Company. The car was estimated to sell for $375,000 - $450,000. As bidding came to a close, the car had been sold for the sum of $412,500 inclusive of buyer's premium.


2012 Gooding and Company - Pebble Beach Auction

Pre-Auction Estimates :
USD $375,000-USD $450,000 
Sale Price :
USD $412,500

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT Auction Sales

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1959 sales)
1959 Lancia Flaminia 2500 Sport
Chassis#: 824.00.1369
Sold for USD$412,283
  2020 Gooding & Company : Passion of a Lifetime
 
1959 Lancia Flaminia GT by Touring of Milan
Chassis#: 824.001102
Sold for USD$87,347
  2019 Historics at Brooklands - Motor Museum
 
1959 Lancia Flaminia Berlina Series I
Chassis#: 813.00 2298
Sold for USD$20,373
  2016 RM Sothebys : Duemila Ruote
 
1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport by Zagato
Chassis#: 824.00 1022
Sold for USD$786,000
  2014 RM Auctions : Monaco
 
1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport
Chassis#: 824.00-1097
Sold for USD$412,500
  2012 Gooding and Company - Pebble Beach Auction
1959 Lancia Flaminia GT image  1959 Lancia Flaminia GT image  

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1959 Lancia Flaminia GT by Touring of Milan824.0011022019 Historics at Brooklands Ascot Racecourse $95,000$120,000
1959 Lancia Flaminia GT by Touring of Milan 2018 Historics at Brooklands MercedesBenz World $95,000$120,000
1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport82400-10612016 Gooding & Company : Pebble Beach $750,000$1,000,000
1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport Series I by Zagato824.00 10572016 RM Sotheby's : Monaco $490,000$580,000

Comparables

Similar sales to the $343,701 range.
1959 ASTON MARTIN DB4 SERIES 1 SALOON
Chassis#:DB4/214/L
Sold for $346,000
2021 Bonhams : Amelia Island Auction
1990 Porsche RUF 'CTR' Carrera 4
Chassis#:WP0AB2961LS451416
Sold for $346,000
2021 RM Sothebys : Amelia Island Auction
1936 Deco Rides 'Maharaja Special' One-Off Custom
Chassis#:182885920
Sold for $346,000
2021 Worldwide Auctioneers : The Enthusiast Auction
2018 Ferrari 812 Superfast
Sold for $341,000
2021 Mecum : Glendale
1967 Iso Grifo GL Series I by Bertone
Chassis#:GL 720134
Sold for $346,000
2021 RM Sothebys : Arizona
1966 Mercedes-Benz 600 Six-Door Pullman
Chassis#:100.016.12.000411
Sold for $346,000
2021 RM Sothebys : Arizona
1966 Aston Martin DB6
Chassis#:DB6/2558/R
Sold for $346,000
2020 RM Sothebys : The Elkhart Collection
1969 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429
Chassis#:9F02Z172937
Sold for $346,000
2020 Bonhams : Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum
1964 Porsche 901 Coupe
Chassis#:300024
Sold for $340,500
2020 Bonhams : Quail Motorcar Auction
1966 Shelby GT350 Fastback
Chassis#:6S002
Sold for $341,000
2020 Mecum : Indy
2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale
Chassis#:ZFF75VFA0F0208869
Sold for $342,500
2020 RM Sothebys : Palm Beach Online
2006 FORD GT
Chassis#:1FAFP90S96Y400540
Sold for $343,200
2020 Barrett-Jackson : Scottsdale, AZ
1956 Porsche 356 A Speedster
Chassis#:82549
Sold for $340,500
2020 Gooding & Company : Scottsdale Arizona
1993 Jaguar XJ220
Chassis#:SAJJEAEX8AX220618
Sold for $340,500
2020 Gooding & Company : Scottsdale Arizona
1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS by Scaglietti
Chassis#:04268
Sold for $340,500
2020 RM Sothebys : Scottsdale Arizona
1959 Lancia Flaminia GT vehicle thumbnail image  1959 Lancia Flaminia GT vehicle thumbnail image  
1997 Porsche 911/993 Turbo S
Chassis#:WP0AC2998VS375705
Sold for $341,000
2020 Worldwide Auctioneers : Scottsdale Arizona Auction
2005 Prevost Featherlite Vantare H3-45
Sold for $346,500
2020 Mecum Auctions : Kissimmee
1969 Dodge Daytona
Sold for $346,500
2020 Mecum Auctions : Kissimmee
1965 Porsche 356C Cabriolet
Sold for $345,740
2019 Shannons - Melbourne Summer Classic
1929 Auburn 120 Eight Speedster
Chassis#:5
Sold for $341,000
2019 RM Sothebys : Hershey
1959 Lancia Flaminia GT vehicle thumbnail image  1959 Lancia Flaminia GT vehicle thumbnail image  

Vehicle Profiles

Chassis information for the Lancia Flaminia GT
1959 GT Coupe
Coachbuilder: Touring
Chassis information for the Lancia Flaminia GT
1959 Coupe
Coachbuilder: Zagato

Chassis information for the Lancia Flaminia GT
1959 Coupe
Coachbuilder: Zagato
Chassis Num: 824.00-1097
Engine Num: 823.00-2065
Chassis information for the Lancia Flaminia GT
1959 Coupe
Coachbuilder: Zagato
Chassis Num: 82400-1061

Chassis information for the Lancia Flaminia GT
1959 GT Coupe
Coachbuilder: Touring
Chassis Num: 82400146

1959 Lancia Flaminia GT

Additional valuation insight and sales data
History
Specifications
Image gallery
Other Lancia Flaminia GT model years


Vehicle information, history, And specifications from concept to production.
Follow ConceptCarz on Facebook Follow ConceptCarz on Twitter RSS News Feed

Conceptcarz.com
© 1998-2021 Conceptcarz.com Reproduction Or reuse prohibited without written consent.