The first Flaminia berlina was revealed at the Turin Motor show in March 1957. It differed from the production version by having Florida-inspired rear doors that opened opposite to the front doors. All the other versions have front-hinged doors. The saloon version of the car was generally designated by the Italian word for this body style, Berlina. Designed by Pininfarina based on the Florida I prototype, this was the only body to be built by Lancia themselves, as well as becoming the only body to last through the entire production period. There were 3,344 Berlinas built with the 2.5 L engine (102/110 bhp specification).
This particular example has been subject to a 100,000 euro restoration to the very highest standard. Offered with restoration documentation and Italian title this ‘world class’ example of the Flaminia would grace any significant collection.