Theo just a bit younger
Theo Jansen Lancia Collector
|1929 Lancia Lambda Torpedo Shortened 9th Series stars in CineCars film||
1957 Lancia Flaminia Berlina 2.5 1st Series stars in another CineCars film
1932 Lancia Astura Drophead Coupe stars in CineCars film
Just another Sunday in September
As of today (August 10th 2012) our Lancia Artena has Dutch Registration
Many thanks to Mme MCR who was so kind
to mail me the below shown Lancia Astura pictures
The photograph is shot in the Italian Colony called Eritrea in 1938. The plate number of this car is "ERITREA 1".
In the car is the Italian Eritrea's Governator Gen. Terruzzi.
Near the Governator is the Chief of "Galla Countries" the Gen. Muratori.
On the back is written: Alamatà 1938. Visit of Sir Terruzzi with the Chief of "Galla Countries" in Alamatà the General Muratori.
The 'Hot Potato' is an exciting new British period ‘caper movie’, in the spirit of ‘The Italian Job’ and ‘Two Way Stretch’
and is based on real events which took place at the end of the 1960’s in London’s East End..
Lancia is, as anybody can look up in any car book or on the internet, an Italian automobile manufacturer founded in 1906, part of the FIAT group since 1969.
So there's no need for me to go into historic details. More important to me is what Lancia stands for:
Dynamic sculptures endowed with competition-bred mechanics
and often exceptional coachwork.
Before I bought my first Lancia I used to drive makes like Alfa Romeo, Panhard, Ford and Citroen.
All nice cars but .....
|1951 Panhard X86 (Dyna 120) Convertible||1966 Lancia Flavia Saloon 1.8|
...... by the end of the sixties I bought my first Lancia. A Flavia Saloon to be exact. What an eye-opener this car was. This was what real motoring was about! Finally I found a car that seemed to understand me. That fitted like a glove with its Interesting mechanics, perfect road holding and rareness.
Within a few year I had my garden filled with some twenty old Lancia's. With the misses approval!
So throughout the years several Lancia's found their home (and some their grave) in Knegsel. Though not all restored I love them just as much.
1962 Citroen 2CV 425cc
When my sons Harry & Dick and cousin Johan grew up they all showed the same interest in Lancias. Nowadays we form a team of hobbyists in which each of us has its specialty.
With a certain passion, I personally select the cars, the criteria being quality and rarity. Some still in original condition, others have been the subject of restoration.
You will find here a list of cars I currently own with a short description and photographs of each one.
There are also archive photos of cars I previously owned.
I am located in Knegsel near Eindhoven, Holland.
Visitors are welcome upon prior appointment to have a look at my cars.
If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com
I am always looking for pre-war Lancias.
So if you have something for sale you think might interest me, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our first drive, together with John Savage, in a shortened Lancia Lambda Torpedo S9.
Together with my close Italian friend, Agostino Pecchiai, collecting a Lancia Flamina Sport 2.5 3C.
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