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1981 Lancia Beta 2000 Spider

1981 Lancia Beta 2000 Spider

Regular price R 155,000.00
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Engine size 2.0
Exterior colour Azzurro Blue
Interior colour Black leather
Mileage 47820
Transmission Manual
Year 1981
The Lancia Beta (Type 828) was an entry-level luxury car produced by Italian car manufacturer Lancia from 1972 to 1984. It was the first new model introduced by Lancia after it had been taken over by Fiat in 1969. The Beta was made in several body styles, namely 4-door fastback saloon (Beta berlina), 4-door three-box, notchback saloon (Beta Trevi), 2-door coupé (Beta Coupé), 2-door targa (Beta Spider), 3-door estate (Beta HPE); a mid-engined sports car was also sold under the Beta name, the Lancia Beta Montecarlo. The Spider was designed by Pininfarina but actually built by Zagato. The construction process was complex, with coupé bodies-in-white being delivered to Zagato for the roofless conversion, then back to Lancia for rustproofing, then back to Zagato for paint, interior and trim, and then back to Lancia for a third time for engine installation and final assembly; total examples ever built, 9390. This Spider has been kept meticulously since the current Owner purchased it in the mid-2000’s, proved by a detailed maintenance record. It presents in the amazing Azzurro Blue Metallic with original interiors, it drives smoothly and exceptionally well.
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