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Lancia 037 Development And Rally History Of A World Champion OUT OF PRINT

Lancia 037 Development And Rally History Of A World Champion OUT OF PRINT

COLLINS PETER
In the late 1970s the problem facing any manufacturer that wanted to continue taking part in the World Rally Championship during the next decade was that the rules were being changed. Not only that but nobody knew until it was almost too late what form those new rules would take. This book takes the reader through the reasons for the new rules and the solutions that all potential contenders would have to consider if they wanted to win rallies at...

$100.00




Lancia and De Virgilio: At the Centre

Lancia and De Virgilio: At the Centre

GOLDBERG, GEOFFREY
In Lancia and De Virgilio , author Geoffrey Goldberg examines De VirgilioÆs life and career from multiple perspectives. Drawing on a wealth of original documents, technical drawings, and photographs from the De Virgilio family archives, Goldberg reveals De VirgilioÆs essential role in projects that defined Lancia during its greatest years in the 1940s and 1950s. These include the development of the first production V6 engine, the launch and...

$175.00




Lancia Aurelia And Flaminia Gold Portfolio 1950-70

Lancia Aurelia And Flaminia Gold Portfolio 1950-70

BROOKLANDS
These two models were at the pinnacle of Lancia's achievements in the 50s and 60s. The Aurelia was the world's first production car to be powered by a 60-degree V6 engine and also featured a transaxle and fully independent suspension system. It had an attractive shape and the GT coupes made from 1953 represented a classic shape. Pininfarina styled the saloons and coupes of the Flaminia range with designs also available from Touring and Zagato....

$60.00




Lancia Aurelia In Detail - GT Spider Convertible and Saloon - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

Lancia Aurelia In Detail - GT Spider Convertible and Saloon - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

JONASSEN NIELS
The Lancia marque was born one hundred years ago on the strength of founder Vincenzo Lancia's early prowess as a racing driver, yet curiously, for many years there were very few sporting Lancias, nor a great deal of competitive activity. Instead, Lancia gradually built its reputation as a manufacturer of cars of advanced engineering, starting with the Lambda which in 1922 combined independent front suspension with a V4 engine and unitary...

$60.00




Lancia Beta Collectors Guide

Lancia Beta Collectors Guide

LONG B
A vital book for the Lancia buyer, this collectors guide gives all the details owners/enthusiasts are looking for. Production figures, historical details, buying tips, the many variants and derivatives on the distinctively attractive Betas.

$65.00




Lancia Beta Gold Portfolio 1972-84

Lancia Beta Gold Portfolio 1972-84

BROOKLANDS
The Beta, announced at the Turin Motor Show in 1972, was the first new Lancia model since the take over by Fiat in 1969. Initially only saloons with 1600cc and 1800cc engines were available, but a 1400cc model was added in 1973. 1974 saw the expansion of the range with a coupT, and spider followed by the Montecarlo coupT and the HPE sports estate in 1975. There were several engine changes towards the end of the 1970s with fuel injection coming...

$60.00




Lancia Beta Monte Carlo Cars That Made History (ITALIAN TEXT)

Lancia Beta Monte Carlo Cars That Made History (ITALIAN TEXT)

VETTORE B

$85.00




Lancia Delta & HF Integrale Ultimate Portfolio

Lancia Delta & HF Integrale Ultimate Portfolio

BROOKLANDS
Lancia's Delta first appeared in 1979 and was a family-sized hatchback with equipment levels that marked it out as a pocket-sized luxury car. With sharp styling by Giugiaro of Ital Design, stood apart from other small cars. Its handling was typically Lancia sporting. There were several development changes but in 1986 the first HF 4WD appeared - which later became the Integrale. The Deltas soon dominated the international rally scene and many...

$65.00




Lancia Delta 4WD/Integrale - Rally Giants

Lancia Delta 4WD/Integrale - Rally Giants

ROBSON GRAHAM
No sooner had the exciting, but increasingly dangerous, Group B rallying category been killed off in May 1986, than rally teams needed to develop new Group A cars. To be competitive, the cars would need four-wheel-drive, and engines producing at least 300bhp to bring them up to the notional limits imposed by the sport's governing body. Luckily for Lancia, the new 2-litre Delta HF4WD had just been launched, and formed an ideal basis for...

$40.00




Lancia Delta HF Integrale - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

Lancia Delta HF Integrale - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

MANGANARO A

$89.95





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