The Lancia Gamma was manufactured as an executive vehicle by Lancia. It was first shown at the motor show in Geneva in 1976 as the new company flagship. The Lancia Gamma filled a gap left by the Flavia and was in production until 1984 as a four-door saloon called the Berlina, and as a sportier version called the Gamma Coupé. Both these models were designed by Pininfarina. In their lifetime 6,790, Gamma Coupés were built and 15,272 Berlinas.
This is a Series 1 2.0 5 speed manual model first registered in Italy in 1978, finished in light Metallic blue with a outstanding blue velour and cream interior with blue carpets. This 2 owner rust free example has only covered 66500 kilometres from new and is in remarkable condition throughout and is quite likely the best example in the UK. In 2003 this car was awarded the highest acknowledgement from ASI ( Automotoclub Storico Italiano ) , the most authoritative classic vehicle institution in Italy. This coveted gold plaque confirms the total originality and authenticity of the car
Recently serviced and MOT’d and fitted with a new set of Pirelli Cinturato CN36 tyres