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Why this experimental 1951 Lancia deserved a 4000-hour restoration

To get an idea of why high-end restorations of historically important vehicles are such time- and money-consuming ventures, here’s what Thornley Kelham co-founder Simon Thornley says about the 1951 Lancia that took second place in the Mille Miglia, a class win at Le Mans after that, and overall victories both at Caracalla and Pescara: “The restoration of this ex-Bracco Aurelia B20 GT was a very special moment for our business. Its discovery was a real spine-tingling revelation, and restoring it clearly came with huge responsibility."


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