The Gamma was launched in Italy in 1976. The early Series 1 (S1) Gammas were available as a 4-door saloon and a 2-door coupe with 2 litre and 2.5 litre engines, the 2000 being primarily for the Italian home market. Although both were designed by Pininfarina, only the coupe was assembled on their production line (alongside the Ferrari 400), the saloon being a purely Lancia-built product. All early S1 cars had carburettor-fed engines, manual gearboxes, 6Jx15" Cromodora alloy wheels of a flat-faced, 5-slot design with velour trim (leather optional). Modifications introduced during the first series were mostly mechanical, including revised camshaft belt tensioners and changes to the cooling system.
2337 cars manufactured by Pininfarina from '76 to '79
This is very rare original Dutch Lancia Gamma Coupe from August 1979 is a clean, well-cared for example. The Nardi wood rimmed steering wheel and shifter knob complement, the gold velour interior and the Bruno Mogano metallic paint fits the car's '70s flair quite well. The body is in a very good condition. The 2.5 flat engine was rebuilt in 1988. The car comes with the original certificate of guarantee.
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