Excellent work again, you have a beautiful car.
I would be interested in the reproduction mirrors, I have only been able to get cheap period-style ones locally - they are OK, but these would be better. My fellow Australian Lancia Register members with Flaminia GTs would probably also be interested, I could put something in our newsletter to get expressions of interest if you like, depending on how many you plan to make.
To touch on some of your previous thread regarding colours, Glasurit have a website where you can search the colours, and some years back they formulated most of the original Lancia colours. The website is here http://coloronline.glasurit.com/index.php?
and might be of help to people restoring their cars.
I read with interest your research on carpets and this will help me source correct colour and types for my car, which is Newmarket Grey with brown vinyl interior. Unfortunately, some time back (70s I'm guessing) the seat facings were retrimmed in orange vinyl with yellow piping. I would really like to get as close to the proper leather as possible, so the info on the tanners discussed above is most helpful. Further on interior trim, I managed to track down headliner material that looks very close to original through Worlduph.com - U20152R I think it was - but it's expensive at US$125/yd. I opted for something I found locally and comparing my sample at AU$20/m, apparently used on old Holdens but no longer in production.
Finally, I would like to ask again about those great Flaminia technical drawings you mentioned in your Bugatti-wagen thread. Did your friend get back to you?