Lancia Montecarlo

Recent invcoies totaling over £15,000 and including engine rebuild


The Beta Montecarlo was originally designated the X 20 and was to be the ‘big brother’ of the Fiat X 19, but whilst deciding what engine to fit, ranging from Abarth derived units, Abarth had carried out a lot of development work on the car, to the 3.2 V6 from the 130, the 2.0 litre Lancia Beta engine was used as it had a good blend of performance and economy. The name Montecarlo came from Munari’s recent win of the Montecarlo rally in a Stratos and in February 1975 it became the Lancia Beta Montecarlo and was first shown at Geneva in March.

Purchased by the current vendor as a labour of love, this car had been off the road for approximately the last five years before work commenced. Now having had over £15,000 spent on its restoration between 2015 and 2016, the car has been vastly improved. Works included an engine rebuild by Omicron engineering.  

Never intended for re-sale, this labour of love is regretfully being offered with a reserve that is a fraction of what it has cost the owner and should not be missed.

Included in the cars history file are not only its recent invoices totalling in excess of £15,000, however numerous older bills and receipts, MOT’s and tax discs dating right back to the early 1990s. Also, two full sets of original keys, original owners’ hand-book, workshop manual and other paraphernalia.

Sold For £10,035

Auction Syon Park
Auction Date 13th October 2018
Day of Auction N/A

lot details

Lot Number 153
Registration Number N/A
Chassis Number ZLA137A50-00005734
Year 1981
Make Lancia
Model Montecarlo

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