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Guestbook. Year 1997 entries.
Hello friends, I hope you like the new lay out of this site. Please, check the events calendar and add events, that you think are appropriate. The very best wishes for 1998! I'll see you on the web or in la bella machina. Ciao,
Huib Geurink <>
Breda, the Netherlands - Monday, December 29, 1997 at 00:26:09 (EST)
Hello again, i am now a member of the lancia motor club, they provide you with very good literature about lancias, their owners, and their stories. My Beta spider S1 hasn t got a garage to live in at the moment, hence i am looking for a hard top for the back hood to prevent the humidity from getting inside the car. Also i d be very interested in 2 door window mecanisms for both sides, working electric motors would be heaven as the car is equipped with electric window switches See ya Olivier and unfortunately for a little while.
Olivier chabilan <>
- Tuesday, December 23, 1997 at 15:11:00 (EST)
30+ years ago I learned to drive on my brother's Aurelia Spyder. Many Lancias later, I've a 5th Series Aurelia Coupe with a mere 28,000 miles on the clock, located just north of New York City.
John Feingold <>
New York, U.S.A. - Monday, December 15, 1997 at 08:49:11 (EST)
********************************************************* * Merry Christmas * * and Happy New Year to "All" Lancia's friends !!!!! * * * * By * * "Chris & Lancia Fulvia Club Trento" * *********************************************************
Christian Facchinelli <>
Trento, IT Italy - Sunday, December 14, 1997 at 15:10:55 (EST)
PUEBLO, CO USA - Saturday, December 13, 1997 at 19:47:53 (EST)
Bengt Gustavsson, Chairman Svenska Lanciaclubben <bengt.gustavsson@nbox301.swipnet,se>
Stockholm, Sweden - Saturday, December 13, 1997 at 01:55:45 (EST)
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Joyeux No.$BuM.(J et Bonne Ann.$BqF.(J Buon Natale e Felice Anno Nuovo Frohe Weihnachten und ein Gutes Neues Jahr Feliz Vavidad y Prospero A.$Bño.(J Nuevo Andrew Cliffe and everyone else at Omicron Engineering Ltd.,
Andrew Cliffe <>
Norwich, Norfolk UK - Friday, December 12, 1997 at 04:48:25 (EST)
great web site, I have a 1977 scorpion interior in good shape exterior needs light body work +paint. i also have 1976 parts ;doors,rear hood,rims,motor
jan behar <>
plantation, florida usa - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 at 15:15:04 (EST)
Hello! I have 1991 Lancia Delta HF Turbo. About this side - cool!
Peter A. Pirc <>
Ljubljana, SI Slovenija - Tuesday, December 09, 1997 at 11:21:09 (EST)
Hello, everyone! I first need to say that is really a great page for Lancia lover like me. I'me the owner of two Lancia Delta's, one GTi.e. and one Integrale 16V, both made in 1989. Although I only need one car I just can't sell the GTi.e. since it was my first car ever and I love to see tthe differences, but als the resemblances between them. Well, that was just a little example of the fact how must I love this brand. I would like to conclude by asking if someone could help me finding a scale-model of an integrale 16V, so with the bonnet buldge, made of steel and not of plastic. Please do contact me if you can tell me where to find it. Greetings to all of you Lancia fans!
Hugo van Bilsen <>
Tilburg, The Netherlands - Wednesday, December 03, 1997 at 10:55:14 (EST)
I am the proud original owner of a 1979 Lancia Zagato "97/500" and still enjoy every minute of driving this car.. I just wanted to get some info on what my car is worth. It is garage kept and has 42005 miles on it and not a scratch. All equipment works and is original. The rear window was replaced but not the top. Does anyone have an idea of value????
M. Stang <>
houston, tx USA - Tuesday, December 02, 1997 at 18:24:48 (EST)
I have a 1987 Lancia Delta 1.5 and I love every kilometerI drive in it. I used to drive a Prisma 4wd but it got total-loss in a car-crash recently. A woman in a Renault Clio hadn@t seen she was approaching a crossroads and crashed into my side full speed, ruining my pride and joy which only had 210.000kms on the clock(!). Her Clio was also ruined, it was just 3 days old, that should learn her! Anyway I just wanted to say I love Lancia, and I love this website, keep up the good work.
Johan Perremans
Antwerp, Belgium - Friday, November 28, 1997 at 07:25:58 (EST)
Here another Lancia fan. I bought my Y 10 fire about three years ago and I still love it. He never goes to a garage (because I can't afford it and he doesn't need it). I never have problems, oke a little rust, but no one knows that. Now I am in Norway with my little Lancia (I come from Holland). Even in the snow it is a fantastic car. Athough the heating does not work so well, but this car is off course not made for the snow.
Eric Moerenhout <>
- Tuesday, November 18, 1997 at 15:27:38 (EST)
Heyyy...hoooo. I´m a Lancia freak from Copenhagen...juuhuueee I love my car so much that i sleep, eat and make love in it... Please please tell me... do you feel the same. My car is purple. So nice. And every time I drive my car I vear my cowboysboots.' They fit great and the color goes so well to my Lancia. Viva Laaanncciaaaaaaaaa.
Crazy Toby <>
Copenhagen, Denmark - Tuesday, November 18, 1997 at 07:51:39 (EST)
Recently I sold my Honda Civic 1.6 ils after only 20.000 km. One year ago I bought an old Prisma 1.6 from 1985. This car really opened my eyes for these lovely drivenmaschines from Italy. When I sold my Honda I had no doubts about my next new car. I found an extremely weel-kept Delta 2.0 from 1994. If my old Prisma is a true drivenmaschine, my Delta is beyond any comparison to other cars. This car is a pleasure to drive - always.
Lars Hancke <>
Copenhagen, Denmark - Tuesday, November 18, 1997 at 07:32:10 (EST)
Great site to meet Lancia friends from all over the world! I'm member of the LMC and I can tell you, you'll always find somebody with a bit more experiance and knowledge about your car than you! I have 3 Beta HPEs, one IE and two Volumex. So im seriously infected! Maintain the site to that standard!
Frank Schormann <>
Sheffield, UK - Monday, November 17, 1997 at 09:38:58 (EST)
Tt's tough being an Irish Lancia enthusiast in Malaysia, but this site makes it bearable. Keep up the good work, Ciaran McArdle
Ciaran McArdle <>
Kuala Lumpur, Selangor Malaysia - Sunday, November 16, 1997 at 05:37:28 (EST)
Hello, this a very good site and despite what people think, i love Lancias, i have a beta spyder 2000 which is beginning to cost me a bit, as i am going to start getting it rust treated and re sprayed. After i get this one sorted i will be looking for a gamma berlina. I will take my time because, although i doesn t look like one, it might be an investment, as parts are difficult to find. If you had any good / bad experiences with one, please tell me. The last time i saw onw was about 10 years ago in France. Thanks for reading olivier
olivier chabilan <>
shanklin, isle of wight, uk - Friday, November 14, 1997 at 16:06:16 (EST)
E-mail address wrong on first entry
Keith Turner - Lancia Trevi Consortium <>
- Tuesday, November 11, 1997 at 14:54:32 (EST)
If any Lancia Trevi parts are required or available, please let me know. Also if any technical advise required do not hesitate to contact me!
Keith Turner - Lancia Trevi Consortium <CLARE_PETER_TURNER@COMPUSERVE.COM>
Swansea SA3 4SW, South Wales - Tuesday, November 11, 1997 at 14:33:04 (EST)
I am a proud owner of a Lancia Integrale 16 valve 1991, and as like many Lancia owners are very fussy about where I take my car. Well I am very pleased to tell you that resently I have found a very competent Lancia specialist at a VERY REASONABLE PRICE ! and found it fair to tell you all about this. This company can be contacted in Worcestershire ENGLAND on 01386 555523. Speak to Neil @ NJS Motor Vehicle Services.
James Longford
Birmingham, England - Saturday, November 08, 1997 at 16:26:36 (EST)
I have a 1985 Volumex Coupe.Great car to drive,however I have been unsuccessful in locating a replacement dipstick(original hollow or Standard type),can anyone help?
Andrew King <>
Auckland, New Zealand - Friday, November 07, 1997 at 22:52:55 (EST)
I'm looking for a instruction manual for my '90 Delta HF Turbo. Can anyone help me? Question, does it realy matter, a sport airfilter?
Frans Hommersom <>
Tilburg, The Netherlands - Thursday, November 06, 1997 at 17:57:46 (EST)
I was born lancisti.Looking photos of zagato hyena.And trading experiences and opinios with other fans.
nikos zafiropoulos <>
patras, greece - Saturday, November 01, 1997 at 17:06:57 (EST)
I am looking for a Beta Spyder model of about 1:43. Who could help me? Thanks - and concratulation for this web-sites! Daniel Bieri (11 years old)
Daniel Bieri <>
Solothurn, CH- Switzerland - Saturday, November 01, 1997 at 12:05:13 (EST)
Concratulations for your super-web-sites! It's certainly the future of communication - and this also for the Lancia-friends worldwide. Hope, that the Swiss Lancia Club will be also present in the web up to 1998, at its 25th annersary-year.
Roland Bieri <>
Solothurn, Switzerland - Saturday, November 01, 1997 at 11:46:58 (EST)
SOMMELSDIJK, Z-H THE NETHERLANDS - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 at 10:26:59 (EST)
Great to come back from working in Italy, where I was tempted by the sight of so many old and new Lancias, to find this great site. I've owned a 89 F Y10 Fila since new and loved evry mile of its 105,000 mile life. Sadly it lost 3rd gear in the spring of 95, its ditributor was swapped for one on my then-girlfriend's C reg Y10 fire and the car's now sitting forlornly, suffering the worst of the British climate! Still, I'm now planning to rescue it and using my current low-mileage (but extremely rusty Panda 1000s) for an engine and transmission transplant, hope to have it back on the road at some time in the future. Once I've got it up and running and sorted I hope to be back at the LMC (UK) driving tests, where the Y10 shows what it can really do!
Lee Proudfoot <>
London, UK - Monday, October 27, 1997 at 12:43:18 (EST)
Nice site, I've just added it to my favourites. Anyone interested in selling me a Delta GTie or HF Turbo? (I'd love an Integrale, but I simply can't afford one)
Matt Bowden <>
England - Friday, October 24, 1997 at 14:07:19 (EDT)
I'm interest in spares for the following model's: aprilia fulvia thema delta
Nuno de Teyxeira <>
Anadia, portugal - Wednesday, October 22, 1997 at 21:19:49 (EDT)
Hi I have a Lancia HPE 1600 83 and in Israel its hard to find some spare parts if someone can help me even parts from everywhere in the world let me know I just want to put that baby on the road again!!!
Yoni Davidson <>
Ra'anana, Israel - Wednesday, October 22, 1997 at 16:59:18 (EDT)
Hi i own a '90 Delta HF Turbo, i like this site!
Frans Hommersom <>
tilburg, the Netherlands - Sunday, October 19, 1997 at 12:44:18 (EDT)
My metalic Lancia Y1.4 feels/sounds so good, it gives me bad driving habits, help me !! Nice site .
Kees Burger <>
leiden, the netherlands - Friday, October 17, 1997 at 15:09:28 (EDT)
I own a Fulvia 3 made in 1976.
Piero Vanzetti <>
Torino, TO ITALY - Thursday, October 16, 1997 at 04:41:50 (EDT)
Nice site, but where's the Beta information. Got a 1983 HPE; love it to bits, drains my bank account though !
Jon Swales <>
Halifax, West Yorks England - Sunday, October 12, 1997 at 11:53:33 (EDT)
Italian engines are the best.
Steven Cock <>
Newquay, Cornwall Britain - Thursday, October 09, 1997 at 08:35:00 (EDT)
I am the long time owner of a Special edition Zagato, I am finding it more and more difficult to find parts in the USA, especially trim etc. It is good to find a world wide group for communication
Ken Brown <>
Windermere, Fl USA - Tuesday, October 07, 1997 at 13:18:48 (EDT)
The "Viva Lancia" pages are exactly what we all Lancia friends need. Some people are working hard for us. It's time for the Lancia Association to understand and recognize the importance of these pages and support the work in all possible ways.
Bengt Gustavsson <bengt.gustavsson@mbox301,>
Sweden - Tuesday, October 07, 1997 at 02:34:31 (EDT)
TRIVIA QUESTION - when was the first supercharged Beta made?
Omicron Engineering (Lancia spares and restorations) <>
Norwich, Norfolk UK - Friday, October 03, 1997 at 06:42:23 (EDT)
I have 2 lancia beta coupe 1800 from 1976 and 1977, and i love them but here in danmark it is hard to get spare parts, do you have some let me here from you.
Jesper westergaard <>
struer, 7600 danmark - Thursday, October 02, 1997 at 16:30:16 (EDT)
I have a Lancia Beta coupe 1800 from 1976,and my girl have one from 1977 and we love them,but in denmark its hard to get spareparts,i would like to hear from you if there is somthing out there i could use..
Jesper Westergaard <>
struer, 7600 Danmark - Thursday, October 02, 1997 at 16:15:12 (EDT)
I have Flaminia Berlina, Flaminia Coupè, Flavia Berlina, Fulvia GT, Beta HPE, Montecarlo
Jan Ivar Thorsrud <>
Lillehammer, Norway - Sunday, September 28, 1997 at 15:54:49 (EDT)
Hi from Moscow. It is a good page about Lancia. I own Lancia Thema Turbo 16v. For me Lancia is the best carmaker in the world.
Artem <>
Moscow, Russia - Friday, September 26, 1997 at 00:00:45 (EDT)
-> Viva my Lancia Fulvia 1600 HF <-
Fabio Lorenzato <>
Dueville, VICENZA Italy - Tuesday, September 23, 1997 at 07:28:04 (EDT)
Wonderful page about Lancia! I have owned a red 82 Zagato about 10 years now and I think it's the ultimate summer car with the targa off and the top down. I remember seeing one in a new car dealership when I was in college and falling in love with it. I grabbed a sales brochure and cut an advertisment out of some magazine. (Still have them!) A few years later, they were no longer being sold in the US, and it was rare to see a used one in the newspaper, but I found one and bought it. I haven't driven it too much, except for this summer, and so it only has 40k miles on it and everything's there and everything works (except for the dealer-installed AC). For parts, I have used (and highly recommend) Bayless (Marietta Georgia US) and International Auto Parts (Charlottesville Virginia US). peace bobD
Roberto Diaz <>
Inverness, IL US - Thursday, September 18, 1997 at 09:50:57 (EDT)
Thanks a lot for the interesting site! I just came back from the first meeting of the International Association of Lancia Clubs in Cirencester, England: the Internet activities were a big topic there. Lets see where it takes us, especially what kind of common activities. Josef Woess
Josef Woess <c/o werner lane>
Vienna, Austria Austria - Wednesday, September 17, 1997 at 09:25:59 (EDT)
Sadly neglected wife of Lancia fanatic seeks penpals with similar problems - Lancia, I hate you! It's OK, my husband doesn't.
Beverley Huish <>
Cwmbran, U.K. - Sunday, September 14, 1997 at 04:04:05 (EDT)
Had a great weekend at the Blackwater Falls State Park in West Virginia back in September '95. Had a great time. Anyone out there who can tell me what the East Coast group did in '96 and '97?
David Brown <>
Kidderminster, Worcs England - Saturday, September 13, 1997 at 17:09:19 (EDT)
Great to see so much support for Lancia, I just bought my first beta coupe and I love it!!!
Andrew Currie <>
Perth, WA Australia - Friday, September 12, 1997 at 05:13:42 (EDT)
I have 6 Gammas, a Beta spider first series and a HPE VX. I would like to contact people for spare parts.
Christian Haag <>
Kiel, Schleswig Holstein Germany - Friday, September 12, 1997 at 02:38:13 (EDT)
Had a 76 Beta Coupe back in the late '70's. Loved it. Trying to find a place with posters of same. Do they exist?
Frederick Thomas <>
Oakton, VA U.S. - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 at 21:49:16 (EDT)
I only have a Y10, but I like to go by it in the large cities. But I fear to get any new car (VW Diesel?), when my studies are over and I work in a company. So is live! Good luck for you
Michael Plum <>
duisburg, germany NRW - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 at 16:04:13 (EDT)
Great site- MORE ON AURELIAS! I have recently purchased a 1951 Aurelia B50 Vignale coupe, built for the 1951 Genoa, Italy show. I would love to find out more about its history- It seems it went missing from the time it was sold off the Vignale stand at the show until 1980!
Donald Osborne <>
Carversville, Pennsylvania USA - Tuesday, September 09, 1997 at 14:41:53 (EDT)
I liked your page. But, I own an ´89 Lancia Prisma and I couldn´t find any information about it
Juan Carlos Akel <>
Chile - Friday, September 05, 1997 at 16:02:53 (EDT)
Where have all the BETA owners gone? For Antipodeans may I strongly suggest you contact Lambda Motor Co in Sydney where "Luigi" O'Connor weaves his magic on Fulvias, Flaminas, Lambdas, DiLambdas and other wonderous Lancia products ( Including BETAs). (He even sometimes works on Fiat Abarths and Alfas) . Lambda may be contacted on phone +61 2 93104144 , fax +61 2 93104335 or e-mail I am constantly searching for GOOD HPEs, Volumex (Coupes or HPE) or interseting BETAs such as Zagatos and Spyders.
Paul Fauth <>
Sydney, NSW Australia - Thursday, September 04, 1997 at 07:55:22 (EDT)
It's been a pleisure to add a contact with this site. If anybody want's to talk about Fulvia's reply me. VIVA LANCIA!
Rui Fervença <>
LISBOA, PORTUGAL - Friday, August 29, 1997 at 04:09:24 (EDT)
Excellent to see a quality third party page on Lancia. Having noticed from some of the other correspondance on the guestbook, where is all the Beta information,
Lloyd Wakelin <>
Liss, Hampshire England - Tuesday, August 26, 1997 at 11:50:10 (EDT)
Contact me regarding meetings of Lancia Motor Club members in the Dublin area.
Tim Farrelly <>
Delgany, Co.Wicklow Ireland - Tuesday, August 26, 1997 at 10:34:28 (EDT)
I need a new interior for a Lancia delta Integrale
ANDY FIELD <a.field@choice-peripherals,co,uk>
WORKSOP, NOTTS ENGLAND - Monday, August 25, 1997 at 11:21:01 (EDT)
I own a Lancia Prisma 1600 GT (1983). Can anyone help with spares and spec for this model ? If you can help let me know.
Barry Holmes <>
Sittingbourne, Kent England - Sunday, August 17, 1997 at 07:24:23 (EDT)
How about a section on models?I've been trying to get a model of my old H.P.E. for years.Any idea where I can source?Good looking page, I've found a worthwhile site!
Ray Asiroglu
- Friday, August 15, 1997 at 13:38:43 (EDT)
Thanks for keeping up the web page so well. I used the Wanted page for my HPE restoration work and made many new contacts. I was first introduced to FIAT back in college when I helped my girlfreind purchase a 1972 128 sedan. Been hooked on Fiats and Lancias since.Hope to hear from other Italian car enthusiasts.
Chris Beckman <>
Milton, Washington USA - Wednesday, August 13, 1997 at 19:54:46 (EDT)
Nice to see a page for Lancia BUT sections for Appia, Flavia, Fulvia and Thema - what about the BETAS??:) Mine's a 1979 Spider 2000 - FGS 488T. Hopefully see you all at the UK 50th AGM & Concours at Cirencester in September (see Lancia Motor Club Home Page!)
Paul Burnett <>
Kettering, UK - Sunday, August 10, 1997 at 05:30:24 (EDT)
Nice site Huib, Although i would like it even more if the data on the Lancia Thema were finished ;-) Bert Otten Lancia Thema Turbo Station '87 (roomy, comfortable and fast!)
Bert Otten <>
Delft, Netherlands - Friday, August 08, 1997 at 05:18:12 (EDT)
This Site is very good!! 3years ago,I have Lancia Deita Integrale 16v. But I clashed it and I was very sad. I want drive Delta Integrale again.But Delta Integrale is very expensive in Japan. Please tell me good sales news about Lancia delta integrale!
Masayuki Morioka <>
kakogawa-city, hyogo japan - Saturday, August 02, 1997 at 12:07:57 (EDT)
Great site for us who wish to maintain the historically significant Lancias. I am restoring a Fulvia 1.3S Series 1 Coupe. I have in the past, owned Flaminias, a 3C Sport and a Supersport; a Flavia saloon and a Flavia PF coupe. Even 3 Betas were in my care (not my faves, tho). I'll come back again.
John Cecil <>
Magalia, CA USA - Friday, August 01, 1997 at 20:25:54 (EDT)
I think that this site is a great idea. I own a 1983 Volumex coupe' which is the only Lancia on the road in Barbados. If anyone out there has any Volumex parts for sale please let me know as I am always on the look out for supplies.
Christopher Pope <>
BARBADOS - Friday, August 01, 1997 at 20:19:41 (EDT)
I first saw a Fulvia driving around town about ten years ago. I had no idea what it was. That initial sighting started me out on a lifelong hobby of Italian cars, which in turn led to visiting Italy and making great friends there. I've since owned some 10-15 Italian cars and finally tracked that same Fulvia down and bought it. As I write this it is undergoing cosmetics. Glad to find this sight and welcome any communication from fellow enthusiasts.
William Hall <>
Milwaukee, WI USA - Wednesday, July 23, 1997 at 20:58:33 (EDT)
Although always driven Alfa, I'm now the proud owner of a Lancia Delta HPE 1.6 16v, 1997, black, with recaro/leather/alcantara, and for my wife a 1996 new Ypsilon 1.4 LX, black, with red alcantara. I enjoy both cars very much. I'm looking for some modest tuning for my HPE, somebody in Holland knows perhaps a reliable adress? Keep up the good (lancia) work .
Octavio Picavet <>
Hulst, The Netherlands - Wednesday, July 23, 1997 at 10:19:16 (EDT)
God houmpage, I like to se somsing of Prisma.
Klaus Egeland <>
Birkerød, 3460 Denmark - Monday, July 21, 1997 at 16:05:13 (EDT)
When I start to restore my Fulvia Coupe my wife told me that I was the only one crazy person in Europe witch try to give life to a wreck. But when I first find this Web-Site I understand that I am not the only one who think that driving a car is something more than pushing the button of the air-condition or watching the digital numbers of the modern dashboards. Preserving and driving an old Lancia is a try to regenerate the amazing way of life of the early seventies , or maybe is a try not to forget the innocence of that years .Thank you very much of your help to that..
Tassos Kollias <>
Corfu, GREECE - Sunday, July 20, 1997 at 15:31:49 (EDT)
YES !!! Now I find, what I wanted ! Everything about LANCIA on the net ! VIVA LANCIA !
Jerry Snajdr <>
Prague, Czech Republic - Wednesday, July 16, 1997 at 15:20:57 (EDT)
This is a very useful site - one if frequently visit. The Lancia world is very small, so this is a useful centre point. As we specialise in Lancias spares and restorations, being able to easily contact people overseas quickly is good. The internet and sites like this and Mark Grants are useful. Incidentally, you may be interested of what is in our workshops this month: Lancias: Fulvia - 1 x S1 rallye coupe for customer in Belgium Fulvia - 4 x S2 1600 Sport - all RHD. Total RHD production about 30. Fulvia - 1 x S2 1600HF - for repainting Fulvia - 1 x S1 1600HF "Fanalone" - special Omicron 160bhp engine Fulvia - 1 x S2 1300 Coupe - for servicing work Flavia - Vignale - requires restoration (car is for sale) Flavia - 819 Berlina - for sale, nice condition Flavia - Zagato Sport - being restored to concours condition - we also have the Autocar magazine road test car here Flaminia - Supersport - UK car Flaminia - Supersport - just arrived from Switzerland Flaminia - Touring GT - being restored Lambda S4 - owner is from Japan (also on WWW board) Aurelia B24 Spider - repairing heavy crash Aurelia B20 S6 - being restored at moment Aurelia B20 - due in soon from Switzerland Stratos Aprilia - being restored to concours condition Non Lancia - Packard 1934 convertible, TVR Vixen, Lamborghini 400GT
Omicron Engineering (Lancia Spares and Restorations) <>
Norwich, UK - Wednesday, July 16, 1997 at 05:57:19 (EDT)
I have a wonderful '59 Appia II. I would like to see any photos of similar cars. Maybe some period photos from bike races, taxis, etc. I have the only example of this model in my town. Thanks for the web site.
Jeff Feet <>
Tacoma, WA USA - Tuesday, July 15, 1997 at 18:55:38 (EDT)
Lovery site! Even though I'm an Alfista, I share the love of Lancias. My parents are to join the 50th anniversary rally of Sep '97 held in Cirencester in their Lambda. Come and say hello to them! BTW, the article in Viva Lancia magazine that mentions the perceptive ratio of arm & leg length is a great fun! I think it would be nice to transcribe it to this site.
Taiju Kobayashi <>
Tokyo, Japan - Monday, July 14, 1997 at 10:13:00 (EDT)
I'm a all time fan of lancia car since I was born
Antón cecilia <>
Llavallol, BS.AS Argentina - Sunday, July 13, 1997 at 18:02:58 (EDT)
Viva Lancia indeed, an invaluable site for the Lancista and keeping them on the road. Best of all Webmaster Huib who's a real help and advise. Saluti, salami, spaghetti i Lancia wutti hetti, Leonardo.
Leonardo di Flaminia <>
Madrid, SPAIN - Sunday, July 13, 1997 at 16:04:11 (EDT)
HELLO!! :) I am a proud owner of a Beta spider 1977 model this car is as rear as as they come and nobody seems to know anything about them let alone supply any parts,and don't want to service it. I think it's brillant to find a LANCIA page on the net. I think the next step might be a facillity to give advice or create some information exchange pages with things such as estimated values for different models or even aprox insurance values, this might create intrest from the layperson who don't know about LANCIA. As we do not have the facillity of new lancia in U.K some of us would cherish this, you would be suprised how many celebrities own's a LANCIA. Why not get visitors to list their favourit model of LANCIA. There are so many models that have achived awards of one nature or the other and WORLD COMPITTIONS.
Ansel <>
Manchester, U.K - Saturday, July 12, 1997 at 18:13:58 (EDT)
Good site, please keep it up to date.
Theo Kyriacou <>
London, UK - Friday, July 11, 1997 at 16:34:51 (EDT)
HI Nice to see that lancia is still alive !
Frank Merkle <>
Frankfurt, Germany - Friday, July 04, 1997 at 19:45:16 (EDT)
There is a site in the web,very fine and interesting, were all the Lancia's entusiasts (classic and new), like me!(I have two Fulvia Coupe'), can meet.... I want to thank, who has dedicated his time, to create it for us. And we can with him, make it grow, with our experience and passion for Lancia's cars. Christian, Lancia Fulvia Club Trento
Christian Facchinelli <>
Trento, Italy Italy - Thursday, July 03, 1997 at 19:34:11 (EDT)
COIMBRA, PORTUGAL - Saturday, June 28, 1997 at 06:49:42 (EDT)
A great site for the Lancia Enthousiast,keep up the good work. I am a proud owner of a 1954 aprilia-spider ,a Delta integrale Evo III,and a Delta HPE 1800. No matter what I do ,I always return to Lancia as the source for my vehicles.... Grand tourismo at it's best!!
Andreas D Loukakis <>
Athens, Greece - Wednesday, June 25, 1997 at 04:28:28 (EDT)
LAKE FOREST, CA USA - Tuesday, June 24, 1997 at 23:57:44 (EDT)
Very good site! Keep up the good work. The INTERNET is the best way to exchange spare parts. I am creating a list of spares I have at home, mostly for AURELIA B12, and spares I am looking for. Will submit it when ready!
Sebastien Simon <>
Le Mont s. Lausanne, Switzerland - Tuesday, June 24, 1997 at 14:43:40 (EDT)
Interesting resource site for Lancia cars (i have a Zagato). Only thing that is missing is a technical section. I've found a few things the hard way and after talking to a few Lancia owners (particularly from the beta series) it seem i stumbled on common problems. One example is the ground problem, the thermal switch and other stuff like that.
Francois Dion <>
Montreal, QC Canada - Monday, June 23, 1997 at 23:14:46 (EDT)