Evaluation: Funky Zagato coachwork with odd proportions, outrageous wraparound rear quarter windows and an oddly shaped grille. Ugly? Maybe, but nothing about this car is boring. Reportedly one of 628 built and just 32 with fuel injection. Recently restored with beautiful high quality paint and chrome, a straight body, and a lovely interior. There is light wear on the steering wheel and light scratching on the rear glass, both forgivable things.
Bottom Line: Zagato coachwork isn’t for everyone. You either like it or you don’t, and there are much easier Italian sports cars to fall in love with than this. Lucky for the new buyer, though, who got a rare and distinctive coachbuilt Lancia for a solid deal, well under both presale estimate and price guide values for a Flavia Sport Zagato in this condition.