DescriptionNever before have we seen a documented full-life history quite like this. So meticulously pieced together in well organised presented folders with everything about this car and the model described throughout its lifetime. The work, patience and time has blown us away. That said and as you might expect this car represents in exactly the same way.
Following, a full restoration in 2015 by its current keeper – this RHD Lancia Montecarlo Spider is nothing short of being described as immaculate. We cannot imagine that a better Montecarlo exists anywhere and if it does we’d like to see it. As one of the last of the line and registered in 1981, this low-owner and low-mileage car has rocketed to the top of our favourite cars in the showroom - seeing is believing.
Originally supplied to the UK market (featuring the glazed rear quarter light windows) by Portman Garages of London to an international company. Between 1982 and 2013 the original service book shows 12 service stamps all in the Chichester area. As the service book is full there is an additional service book which shows a further 4 services with the most recent being in 2020 at 46,000 miles, when it had a new cambelt fitted. This of course all in addition to the countless invoices in the folder. Since its restoration it has spent its time in Norfolk and has rarely been used – having done 1500 miles since 2017.
MOT until July 2021 and will be extended with a full years MOT if required.