Own Lancia’s Most Legendary Cars With The “Hallowed Campion” Collection

Jan 29, 2020

Category: Rides

Lancia’s prominence within the automotive community isn’t understated, especially when it comes to rally and race leagues. But while the company’s golden years are certainly behind them, the relevance of their once-formidable vehicles remains — and now, six of the manufacturer’s winningest platforms are slated for private sale.

The Lancia “Hallowed Campion” Collection is an automotive accumulation of titanic proportions, serving as a nostalgic look into the company’s illustrious past, and placing an emphasis on its most dominant variants. Under Girardo & Co’s umbrella, enthusiastic buyers will be able to procure various centerpieces from Lancia’s past, including the 1982 Lancia LC1 Group VI (chassis number LC1-0002), a 450-horsepower Le Mans racer that secured a victory at the 1982 Nürburgring 1,000km; the 500-horsepower 1981 Lancia Beta Montecarlo Turbo Group V, which secured not one, but two class victories at Le Mans and the World Sportscar Championships; and the 1984 Lancia 037 Rally Evo 2 Group B (chassis no. ZLA151AR000000411) — a legendary 1,995-cc four-cylinder that was feared by its competitors from 1985 to 1987. The best part? All of the collection’s vehicles are dressed in a beautiful red, white, and blue Martini livery. Head to Girardo & Co’s website to learn more.

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