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Lancia Marcia

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1969 Lancia Marcia


The Lancia Marcia was designed by Ghia in 1969, a coupè based on a shortened Flaminia 2800 chassis, released at the Turin Motorshow in 1969 of which only one was ever built. This was Giorgetto Giugiaro's last design at Ghia before he started Italdesign.


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