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Flaminia Zagato 3C Super Sport

Hello,
here the Restoration Finish from the very rare Lancia Flaminia 2.8 3C Zagato Super-Sport.
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.... here small example of the aluminum works.
a classic and typical bad alloybody, very much contact corrosion and unprofessional repairs before.
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Incredible, brilliant work and what a stunning car. Thanks for sharing!

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Splendid work on a stunningly beautiful, exceptionally rare, car. That's a good color choice. I think the car looks better without bumpers.

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Remarkable work; looks great!

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Many Thanks.
Yes, without Bumper is all the Zagato-Bodys much more nice. Lanica Appia, AR 2600 ........
For me destroys Bumper the aggressive sporty Design.
Development of Zagato typical Design is without bumpers.
Bumpers were unfortunately necessary for documents on road.
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