Who wants Lancia?
This Lancia Beta served as a lawn ornament in Salt Lake City for years before disappearing.
The way Australia’s humid climate attacks 40-year old Italian machines is almost unbelievable.
Lancia no longer sells cars outside of its home market.
Sacrificing Lancia was necessary, according to Fiat boss Sergio Marchionne.
When I heard about a junkyard with a few “old little French cars,” I quickly drove over to investigate.
This small, regional show tends to offer an eclectic selection of cars.
50 customers expressed an interest in the New Stratos before the project was canned.
The Stratos is still remembered as one of the most successful rally cars of all time.
The 85-hp Lancia Y10 Turbo was introduced in 1986 to replace the aging Autobianchi A112 Abarth.