Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Christchurch, New Zealand
Ah, I hadn`t heard about questionable reliability- it seemed like a great idea that of getting greater power but retaining the original look.
You`ll have to excuse my criticism of your angle bracket but I`ve put the Flaminia on a bit of a pedestal - you have a car I aspire to but not exactly thick on the ground here and I`ve missed the one I probably had the best chance of getting for a sensible price and the only one I`m aware of over here (although I suspect there may be another in NZ) Nearest I`ve got to it is our Fulvias, a ser 1 Berlina, a 2C Berlina, and a series 3 coupe so very mindful of the high quality of engineering that these earlier Lancias reveal and your angle iron solution just grates I`m sorry. If you lived by me I`d make one up for you for free just to keep the integrity of a beautiful piece of engineering.
'65 Giulia Ti, '69 GT Junior, 72 Spider, '74 2000 GTV, ,`00 156