Lancia Gamma Coupé 2500
Designed by Aldo Brovarone, built at Pininfarina next to the Ferrari 400. A great line, with beautiful details. A smooth 4-cylinder boxer engine, 5 gears, disc brakes all around and a nice chassis. Electric windows and a luxurious interior. In short, a great car with character.
Approximately 2300 units of the Series 1, 2500 model were built, a total of more than 6700 were on the road. Quite a unique car.
In 1978 it was delivered new to a gentleman in the 6th arrondissement in Paris, by the Chardonnet importer. He used the car for 3 years and drove it about 30,000 km. The second owner lived a little further away, initially drove the car for a few thousand kilometers, but then put it in his garage. It was taken out there every year by its garage to be maintained and inspected. In the last 10 years he spent almost €6,000 for less than 100km.
The third owner lived in the same district again and used the car more often, even on longer journeys. He had the car neatly maintained, all receipts are present. The delivery invoice and all booklets are also included, a file a few centimeters thick.
Now it has 54,000 km on the odometer. It has never been welded and is in pristine condition. Almost completely in the first paint, with a few traces of use, and with a beautiful blue seventies interior. It looks so great on it!
Why do you get rid of it, when it is so beautiful, original and fun to drive? Well, I just don’t get around to driving it and that will only become less so in the near future. So it can go to someone who appreciates it and its history just as much.
It has had a service, recent tires, fresh MOT and Dutch registration. You can listen to the supplied cassette tapes on the original radio, or simply play with the electric antenna. There are still some small things to improve, as befits an Italian classic.