Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: San Antonio, Texas
For the special bodied Flaminias like this one, think 911 prices; you'll find Flaminias up and down range. For Flavias, which are very different cars (although no less satisfying, IMHO), expect to pay a little less for a similar car. Zagatos tend to be the most expensive, for obvious reasons.
Restoring these cars can be a challenge, especially is they're rusty so be forewarned. Parts are not as easy to obtain as Alfas, for instance, but there are suppliers and you can find stuff with a little effort.
If you'll search the restoration thread, Daron Walker/Akitaman has an photo record of
an extensive body/chasis rebuilding of a very rusty Flaminia Zagato.
If you have reasonably good mechanical skills, all of these cars are delights to work on. They're very straightforward, although very Italian in logic, and you'll continually find beautiful little engineering features (the Flaminia fan is a proper airfoil, for instance) that you don't find on other cars.
I just noticed that there's a beautiful, black, original appearing, Flaminia Zagato Supersport on the Anamera site that looks to be in about the same condition of this Touring Flaminia. Expect it to be expensive, however.
Jim . . . '72 Super 1300, '70, 1750GTV, 2nd series,
'62, Lancia Flaminia Zagato3c, 2nd series
Last edited by 180OUT; 11-30-2011 at 08:20 PM.