Experimental 1951 Lancia Aurelia restoration took 4,000 hours

Launched in 1950, the progressive Aurelia is one of the most sought-right after Lancia styles built right after Earth War II. Collectors pay out a high quality for cars with a documented racing historical past, and one-offs developed as in-household experiments are interesting, so it truly is no surprise a 1951 coupe that ticked both of those packing containers deserved a 4,000-hour restoration.

United Kingdom-centered store Thornley Kelham spelled out a rich privateer racer named Giovanni Bracco purchased this 1951 Aurelia new in Italy and took it racing practically right away. It concluded next general in that year’s Mille Miglia,

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