It's interesting to note that the Lancia Flaminia Coupe outnumbers the Berlina in terms of production by three to one, yet we have featured two of the Berlinas on CICFS and have yet to highlight one of the handsome Pininfarina Coupes. This Coupe for sale in New York is a later model with the 2.8 liter V6 and has been maintained to a driver quality standard.
1964 Lancia Flaminia Coupe.
-Rare luxury vehicle built by famed Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina (familiar Ferrari front styling)
-Runs and drives great
-New clutch assembly
-New braking system front and rear
-Excellent driver quality vehicle
-Great paint and seats recently re-padded.
-A very solid vehicle that with a little attention could be brought up to show quality.
-Small dent on top of right front bumper
-One rear bumper guard dented, repair or replace
Open to questions and offers
I've always been intrigued by the Flaminia because it offers a unique, subdued alternative to the rather flamboyant 1960s automotive style that came out of Detroit at the time. While this car isn't perfect, it is certainly a very presentable car. That being said, the asking price is a tad rich, but not too far off from where values are on these cars nowadays. Flaminia Coupes of this caliber are ranging between $30,000 and $45,000 at the maximum. Anything above that range would be reserved for concours quality vehicles.