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Bryan
Hagerty Employee

Coachbuilt Aurelias wooed Italy’s status-hungry elite

The first new car that Lancia released after World War II was a stroke of genius. The car’s refined shape and appointments soon wooed Italy’s status-hungry elite, and its engineering helped land a class win at Le Mans in 1951.

 

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lyndsczewski
Pit Crew

As best I can see, the cars shown are all right-hand dive, which suggests one of two things:  they were made for delivery elsewhere than Italy, or, that in the early 50's Italy was right hand drive.   It  wasn't when I drove there in the 70's.