Lancia Appia Sport Zagato "Competizione" 1963 Wow, what an attractive little competition car. Don't you agree? The typical Zagato styling fits perfectly to the SWB-size of this Lancia Appia "Passo Corto". The Appia Sport Zagato was a potent and sought after little racing machine in the 60-ies. The standard Appia Sport 1090 cc engine did dispose of 60 HP, but this particular 3-rd series Appia Sport was upgraded in the 80-ies to full "Competizione" specifications with an Almo Bosato tuned engine developping 86 HP at 7.000 revs! This well reputed tuning wizard from Torino took also care of all other typical "Competizione" elements of this Sport Zagato such as carburettor (Weber 40 DCOE2), suspension, gearbox, rear axle, 15 inch wheels (fitted with Dumop Racing tyres) instead of the standard 14 inch wheels, rev-counter calibrated to 8.000 giri and speedo until 220 Km/h, adapted electrics, plexi side windows, racing bucket seats, omitting front and rear bumpers, etc... The power diagrams obtained by Almo Bosato and more detailed specific preparation are all available in the period file of this Appia Sports Belinetta, which, as numerous stickers on 3/4 rear window testimony, was intensively campaigned in the 80-ies in all sorts of racing events. This Appia Sport berlinetta not only looks good, but is absolutely ready for many more years of historic competition fun!
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