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For Sale

  • Older restoration

  • Previous long term ownership

  • Recent expenditure with Lancia specialist


  • Ready for immediate use

With four-wheel brakes, independent front suspension and V4 overhead camshaft engine, many enthusiasts view the Lancia Lambda as one of the great automobiles of all time. The Lambda was also successful in competition with privately entered cars finishing fourth and fifth behind the works OMs in the first Mille Miglia of 1927.


The Lambda was continually developed through nine series of cars with the 8th and 9th series receiving a larger 2570cc engine and four-speed gearbox.


Chassis 21982 is a 1929 example and was discovered in Italy in the 1960s by Lancia aficionados Tom Pomeroy and John Turner. Pomeroy imported the Lambda into the UK and had the car restored in the 1980s by VSCC stalwart Nigel Arnold-Forster of Basset Down Restorations.


The current owner acquired the car in 2018 and has since covered around 3,000 miles.


Recent maintenance has been carried out by Lancia specialist Tanc Barratt and includes gearbox rebuild, radiator re-core and minor chassis work. In addition, the differential oil seal was replaced, a new stainless steel exhaust system installed along with a new clutch, water pump, head gasket, brake shoe linings and brake cables. A new set of wheels and tyres by Richards Brothers of Wales were also fitted.


UK registered and offered in well-maintained, running and driving condition.


Inspection welcomed at our premises at Hartley Wintney, Hampshire.


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