Lancia Appia (1953-1956)
The Lancia Appia is a car model of the automobile manufacturer Lancia, which was manufactured from 1953 to 1963 in three essentially different series. The first series (1953-1956) was 20,005 copies, the second ( 1956-1959 ) in 22 424 copies and the third ( 1959-1963 ) built in 55 577 copies.
Positioned in the market of the Appia was above the Fiat 1100 and was slightly more classic than the competing product Alfa Romeo Giulietta. Special feature of the model is the absence of a B-pillar, so that opens up a large room with the counter-rotating doors, as well as a special feature of the four-cylinder V-engine (angle 10.14 degrees, two down camshafts, hemispherical combustion chambers and a two- fold bearing crankshaft ).
In addition to the sedan, two coupe versions of Zagato, one produced by Pininfarina, as well as a convertible by Vignale. There was also based on the third series a wagon version " Giardinetta " ( Viotti ).
Lancia Appia Furgoncino (1956-1959)
Lancia Appia GTE Zagato (1958 )
Lancia Appia (1959-1963)
Lancia Appia Sport Zagato (1960-1963)