Lancia Aurelia B20 GT once displayed at the 1952 Paris Auto Salon

Photography Courtesy Canepa

This Lancia Aurelia has a lot going for it. In addition to being one of only 500 Series I B20 GT examples built, the Lancia is also eligible for the Mille Miglia.

In 1952, the B20 GT appeared in the Paris Auto Salon at the Pinin Farina display. This, as the seller notes, helps to explain why the car is fitted with a few uniquely French components like Marchal lighting, Jaegar gauges and French-made Zenith Stromberg carburetors.

In 2010, the Lancia underwent a bare metal, glass-out repaint in its original colors. Around the same time Omicron, a U.K.-based Lanica expert, refurbished or rebuilt a number of parts that included the gear linkage, carburetors and the "lower half of the engine."

Find this 1951 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT for sale from Canepa, price available upon application.

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Lincspeed2 New Reader
9/22/23 10:18 a.m.

Here's what a modern "Outlaw" version looks like...


Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
9/23/23 8:08 a.m.

In reply to Lincspeed2 :

Those Outlaw versions are way cool. We even had the chance to do a feature story on one: 

[This Outlaw isn't a Porsche, it's a Lancia]

Lancia Aurelia B20 GT once displayed at the 1952 Paris Auto Salon details

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