Recently we came across this beautiful Lancia Flaminia Super Sport Zagato 2.8 3C 1967 at The Gallery in Brummen, The Netherlands. We took the car for a little spin! We love to hear your comments on our videos. Feel free to leave one!

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The Sport was built by Zagato, and was also a two-seater. It used the same shorter wheelbase chassis as the GT, and had a very distinctive rounded aluminium body with pop-out handles. The Super Sport replaced the Sport in 1964, with the introduction of the 2.8 L 152 bhp (113 kW) engine. The first Sports had flush covered headlights, later changed to more classic round ones. The Super Sport also saw some changes - the rear was updated to a Kammback, while the front was made more aerodynamic with distinctive tear-shape headlight casings. Until 1967, 593 Sports and Super Sports were built (99 Preseries, 344 Sports, 150 Supersports).

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    • jools182
      jools182

      So much style.This is beautiful

      about 19 days ago
    • bruno91716
      bruno91716

      Lancia...des oeuvres d'art.
      superbe Flaminia.

      about 26 days ago
    • John Beard
      John Beard

      I had the same car but with a touring body :-)

      about 1 month ago
    • 254915796
      254915796

      вот так супер просто супер красиво супер тонкие линии силуэт всё очень красиво почему сегодня так не делают?

      about 1 month ago
    • G F
      G F

      Steering wheel is upside down.

      about 2 months ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to G F

      Yes, it is. It was done quite often to have a better view on the gages. Ciao, Walter

      about 2 months ago
    • Vincenzo Civita
      Vincenzo Civita

      UN ORGOGLIO ITALIANO.....

      about 3 months ago
    • Giuseppe Recalcati
      Giuseppe Recalcati

      Those times mercedes was selling the mercedes 180 and bmw was selling the bmw 700... Lancia was incredibily above all the other manufacturers....

      about 5 months ago
    • Anders Olsson
      Anders Olsson

      Valves needs adjusting!

      about 7 months ago
    • G F
      G F In reply to Anders Olsson

      What ever it is need s to be fixed.

      about 2 months ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to Anders Olsson

      Could well be the case Anders, thanks!

      about 6 months ago
    • Lorenzo Barili
      Lorenzo Barili

      Questa era l’Italia...

      about 8 months ago
    • LMT Sonic
      LMT Sonic

      I genuinely think that this car looks much better in the touring version!

      about 8 months ago
    • Marco Belletti
      Marco Belletti

      Spettacolo

      about 9 months ago
    • sam newman
      sam newman

      I also like the

      bristol 406 zagato
      aston martin db4 zagato

      about 1 year ago
    • vinyljunkie07
      vinyljunkie07

      What a beautiful car from an amazing period of motoring. I was lucky to see and sit in a regular Flaminia few weeks ago, absolutely loved it. Such a luxurious car, this Zagato designed version is quite something else too!

      about 1 year ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to vinyljunkie07

      Designwise an absolute gem! If the engine would have been a bit stronger, more agressive, it would have been even better! Ciao, Walter

      about 1 year ago
    • skioet
      skioet

      Steering wheel is upside down...? Boh..

      about 1 year ago
    • speed3fux
      speed3fux

      What a style, what a class! LANCIA is unique, it's a shame FCA will stop soon the brand, forever.
      I own a Fulvia Coupé 1.6 HF Lusso (2nd series) and I will never separate from it ... thank you for this marvelous video!

      about 1 year ago
    • Antonio Bonito
      Antonio Bonito

      Si racconta che Mastroianni ne avesse una...grandi entrambi....

      about 1 year ago
    • Brave Heart
      Brave Heart

      Auto da 100.000.000 di euro. A piece of art in the History of the Umanity. LANCIA I LOVE YOU

      about 1 year ago
    • Reezy El OG
      Reezy El OG

      Oh man ! i love your Lancia Flaminia Super Sport ! you so lucky to have a beautiful italian car #Lancia #LuxuryAndSport 🇮🇹

      about 2 years ago
    • A Gruber
      A Gruber

      Lancia
      the unique coronation of the automobile movement, sad as it turned out, I would never separate from my Flavia

      about 2 years ago
    • DoubleDee
      DoubleDee In reply to A Gruber

      The door cards different on each side. What days driving along near empty roads at overall speeds unimaginable now - all with superb safety.

      about 1 year ago
    • DoubleDee
      DoubleDee In reply to A Gruber

      I've had my Pf Flaminia for many years now, but did have a Pf Flavia from new back in the 60s to early 80s. It was also an outstanding car.

      about 1 year ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to A Gruber

      You certainly shouldn't! ;-)

      about 2 years ago
    • David Barett
      David Barett

      Lovely video. What a beautiful car.
      I hate to be that guy, but whar camera did you use?
      Keep on posting :)

      about 3 years ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to David Barett

      +David Barett No problem David. I think this is shot with the SONY EX3 and GoPro. Thanks for the kind words!

      about 3 years ago
    • Thunder 230MPH
      Thunder 230MPH

      What's the top speed of this car? Is it really that fast of a car at all? How's the performance, handling, etc.?

      about 3 years ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to Thunder 230MPH

      @Gregory Timmons Thank you Gregory. Great to read a good story of someone understanding and appreciated a person saying 'it is just a feeling' that makes him/her emotional about a car/motorcycle. Thanks again! Ciao, Walter

      about 1 month ago
    • Gregory Timmons
      Gregory Timmons In reply to Thunder 230MPH

      @SUPERCARCLASSICS As a classic Moto Guzzi owner and rider I get it. I understand that a certain "something" in certain vehicles ignites passion within. I have owned a modest number of these types of cars and motorcycles. I understand that I am intrigued by a vehicle of a certain pedigree. I have come to terms that I need not be able to pinpoint and identify exactly what ignites this passion for vehicles which possess soul. I love asking Moto Guzzi riders what made them choose the obscure brand. I feel a kinship with the owner as he mentions that his admiration is hard to quantify. Admitting its not the fastest bike of it's genre. Not always if ever the easiest to find parts and service for. I get it. It's what you feel. Not what you can logically explain. My Moto Guzzi handles good for it's size and weight. I have read about the Tonti frame used for my bike. The weight is a factor. At a glance my bike could be mistaken for a 70's era ElectraGlide but at 560 lbs. it is lighter by a couple of hundred pounds probably. It's basic. With no radiator I love it's simplicity and ease of maintainance and repair. I love the engineering. With the trans. plugging into the rear of the engine much like a car. Even the driveshaft I welcome. Moto Guzzi's can be dead reliable with astounding longevity. Much to admire when you know enough of yourself to recognise that you get wrapped up in the mystique. You study the history and fixate on the LeMans pictured and written about in books. All these things appeal to me. Then, in addition to all these things I find the bike just so much fun to ride. It is fast enough. With the unique engine note resonating thru Harley mufflers. The torque and throttle response are comforting and satisfying. There is something to be said for the ability to utilise most of the power at hand. Doesn't have to be as fast as my Kawi 1000 Ninja. Yeah, it's fun to ride. Fun that never really gets old. That's the engine, running gear and handling. Fun and confidence inspiring. I marvel over features unique to the brand or few brands anyway. Things like the linked braking system. Which applies the rear disc and one of two in front by pressing the rear footbrake pedal. Being a police model with dual range box and torque converter it's fun. Fun to use a system that works so well. Riding it in town like you drive an auto. trans. car. Oh yes, on this model being as it's automatic there are two ranges but no park or neutral. So, when the kickstand is utilized it applies the rear brake. Yeah, it's fun. So it's just a certain "something" I can't quite nail down that makes me never want to be without one. That V Twin Hemi is quite an engine. Enough so that it saved the company 50 years ago from going under. I love that I ride something truly "different." I like some of that in the cars I own and drive too. I've owned an Alfa Romeo. A mid 60's classic Roadster. A well engineered and built sports car. Fond memories of the little red dynamo of fun. Really impressive details to that and just two more I will mention here. My 1970 Peugeot 504 and three Mercedes Benz I have owned. Good times and I'm so grateful that I was so affected and relish the fact that I feel what I do riding or driving such vehicles. All cars are not just appliances to transport me. Some bring joy to my life. I'm so fortunate to derive such rewards from operating such things.

      about 1 month ago
    • DoubleDee
      DoubleDee In reply to Thunder 230MPH

      It depends upon what you mean by a very fast car. Even by the standards when the Flaminia was produced, it did not have all that high a top speed. On the other hand, the handling was superb and thus the car was able to maintain high averages over a long distance. So an American car would probably both accelerate faster than a Flaminia and have a higher top speed. But the Flaminia would have been faster driving from eg Zurich to Lugarno. I've had a Pininfarina bodied Flaminia for many years now, and can still cover many more kilometres a day in Australia (where I live) than most can in much more modern cars. At the same time, the ride is excellent, not at all harsh. Alas, it all finished after Fiat took over.

      about 1 year ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to Thunder 230MPH

      +Autophile89 No, it certainly is not a very fast car. It has it's power but performance is not what prevails in my memories of driving this car. Handling was nice. One of only three cars that made me emotional. Why? I don't know, just... the feel...

      about 3 years ago
    • Roger M. Vinck
      Roger M. Vinck

      Très certainement une des plus belles voitures, dommage pour le volant qui, selon les standards actuels, semble être placé à l'envers.

      about 3 years ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to Roger M. Vinck

      +Roger M. Vinck True! The wrong way is up ;-).

      about 3 years ago
    • Roel Siebrand
      Roel Siebrand

      Gobsmackingly gorgeous.

      about 3 years ago
    • palandi
      palandi

      a beautiful video of a beautiful car. the Flaminia, in all of its iterations, is possibly my favourite car ever. well done SCC!

      about 3 years ago
    • Alfredo Goglia
      Alfredo Goglia In reply to palandi

      In my opinion one of the best cars EVER

      about 1 year ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to palandi

      +palandi This car is in my top 5 of best cars ever driven or experienced. I was trully touched while driving this car, so I can really imagine that this would be your favourite car ever!

      about 3 years ago
    • Centro Musicale Salernitano di Marco Parisi
      Centro Musicale Salernitano di Marco Parisi

      Quando eravamo l'Italia...ora siamo lo schifo totale.

      about 3 years ago
    • gohero-79
      gohero-79

      Meravigliosa e grazie per questo bellissimo video

      about 4 years ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to gohero-79

      No problem at all! Glad you liked it. Certainly one of the most impressive cars we've ever filmed. ;-)

      about 4 years ago
    • Francisco de Lemos Peixoto
      Francisco de Lemos Peixoto

      Outstanding class and strange beauty in a very rare sight. Sounds, textures and sensations, alas, not be found nowadays

      about 4 years ago
    • Alfio Leonardi
      Alfio Leonardi

      Tutto un'altra cosa, auto di gran glasse.

      about 4 years ago
    • Simon Stauber
      Simon Stauber In reply to Alfio Leonardi

      SuperCarClassics - Getting YOU into the Classics! // hello Walter, What would be the asking price for such car in excellent condition.
      If you get an opportunity, please upload a clip with A Lancia Florida II, circa mid 60's Thanks.

      about 2 years ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to Alfio Leonardi

      @Alfio Leonardi Grazie mille! So glad you liked my video! Hopefully you'll find some more in all
      the videos I have made over the last couple of years. Thanks for your support! Regards from the
      Netherlands, Walter

      about 4 years ago
    • Sergio Petrocchi
      Sergio Petrocchi

      ECCEZIONALE!

      about 4 years ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to Sergio Petrocchi

      @Sergio Petrocchi Hey, so glad you liked my video! Hopefully you'll find some more in all
      the videos I have made over the last couple of years. Thanks for your support! Regards from the
      Netherlands, Walter

      about 4 years ago
    • Gimmy Ghione
      Gimmy Ghione

      crying my heart to see that machines did and what the brand is launching a time, and see how it has been reduced now, you can not take the coat Launches place it on a barge as American as the c300 or c200 and say that and the same thing. than it takes more than ... I'm glad that in Italy and in Europe have been a flop.

      about 5 years ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to Gimmy Ghione

      @antonio mamone Hey, so glad you liked my video! Hopefully you'll find some more in all the videos I have made over the last couple of years. Thanks for your support! Stay tuned for a lot more exciting SCC-stuff in 2015. Regards from the Netherlands, Walter

      about 4 years ago