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« on: 14 September, 2010, 06:10:45 PM »

Thought it might help to have a thread for anyone who finds a Lancia commercial for sale in Italy or where ever to have somewhere to post!

To start with how about the following?

http://veicoli-commerciali.aaannunci.it/autocarro-camion-lancia-tl-51-militare-301549c2.aspx

Easier that "That Truck".

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« Reply #1 on: 16 September, 2010, 12:55:13 PM »

Don, you beat me to it but we're obviously thinking along the same lines.

Can you find something a bit smaller? a nice Jolly van perhaps?

There was nice blue and white SuperJolly camper van for sale a year or so ago in Europe, anyone know what happened to that?

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« Reply #2 on: 16 September, 2010, 01:16:21 PM »

Thought it might help to have a thread for anyone who finds a Lancia commercial for sale in Italy or where ever to have somewhere to post!
To start with how about the following?
http://veicoli-commerciali.aaannunci.it/autocarro-camion-lancia-tl-51-militare-301549c2.aspx
Easier that "That Truck".
Don

For what it's worth, here's the "Bling" Translation

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Truck Military trucks Launches Tl 51
Truck Launches TL 51, 1951, orginal ever riverniciato, complete with every single detail, paint, wood original, healthy, tarpaulin 2500 cc petrol engine (would that be a V6?), four-wheel drive, mechanical rear winch and attack for Cannon air braking, tires very delicious, original, baggage tag 18,000 Km of coupons made, original libretto, machine head, rear engine running for 6 small benches with military portafucili. For more information 329 3161570
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« Reply #3 on: 16 September, 2010, 05:23:18 PM »

here is another.

http://www.subito.it/autocarro-lancia-esadelta-c-brescia-10537773.htm

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« Reply #4 on: 16 September, 2010, 05:31:34 PM »

You might want something smaller to rival Chugga!

http://www.autoaffari.com/vendita-auto-usate-scheda-auto.php?codice_inserzione=1278910920

Bit pricey though.

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« Reply #5 on: 16 September, 2010, 05:38:14 PM »

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You could try this.

http://www.autoaffari.com/vendita-auto-usate-scheda-auto.php?codice_inserzione=1278910920

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« Reply #6 on: 16 September, 2010, 05:42:19 PM »

Martin

This was the camper ad in 2004 dosnt time fly!

http://www.autoaffari.com/vendita-auto-usate-scheda-auto.php?codice_inserzione=1278910920

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« Reply #7 on: 16 September, 2010, 05:48:43 PM »

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Currently advertised by Theo Jansen.

http://www.jancia.eu/Index/Jancia/Sale%20cars%202.html

E18000 seems expensive.

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« Reply #8 on: 16 September, 2010, 07:14:13 PM »

Don,

Thanks, so many choices !!

The little Ardea pick up is gorgeous but the camper would be a fantastic 'mission control' for events, and could probably be bought for about the same price as the Ardea. However it's probably not that much smaller than 'that truck'.

There must be a Jolly out there somewhere ?

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« Reply #9 on: 17 September, 2010, 12:04:58 AM »

You might want something smaller to rival Chugga!

http://www.autoaffari.com/vendita-auto-usate-scheda-auto.php?codice_inserzione=1278910920

Bit pricey though.

Don

Very nice all the same.
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« Reply #10 on: 17 September, 2010, 12:34:56 AM »

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Currently advertised by Theo Jansen.
http://www.jancia.eu/Index/Jancia/Sale%20cars%202.html
E18000 seems expensive.
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I came within a hairs breadth of buying this in 2004, before sanity, and the thought that Diane would kill me, or worse, took over, although I often wish I'd taking the chance of singing high c!
At the time it was on offer for 8200 Euro.
Here's some information I received from the owner at the time, gianni Codiferro.
Chassis bought in Rome on September 19th 1969 and coachwork in ARCA (Rome) for a rich French Journalist ( very rich if you consider the period) this caravan was used in France and Italy for a long time.
Later sold to a Lancia Collector in Milan who used it to drive his family and his "Zagato Double Bubble" to the Italian and German race championships.
After his death in 1999, the family decided to sell it, so I bought it in February 2001: transported it by truck to Vicenza,I've replaced the GPL tank, New Tyres, Disk Brakes etc.
Occaisionally I've used it for some meetings with oldtimer cars and boats.
I've all the original papers and documents: original invoice dated 19/9/1969, invoice of all the accessories, original catalogue, original project for the drawing hook (Towbar?), invoice of all the works done in garage in France.
Original operating, maintenance and service handbook, one in Italian, one in English, and a big catalogue superjolly regarding the explosion  (exploded?) drawing.
Details
Built on September 19 1969
Chassis No. 2645.
1800cc.
Power 92 cv's at 5200 rpm.
Max speed 135 km/H.
4 Gears.
Electric Steering (!)
GPL+Petrol.
Built on "Duralluminio (Built in Duraluminum?)
Attack (Attachment?) for Trailer Max 1500KG.
4 Disc Brake double Pliers each? (Twin pot calipers?)
Homologated for 6 persons (4 Beds)
Refrigerator, bathroom with shower,Veranda
Long 670cm.
Width 200Cm.
Height 250CM.
Interior 190 CM
Historic Lancia Register No.1188
Class III Classification 6,2 ?
Sorry for the poor picture, best I have.
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« Reply #11 on: 17 September, 2010, 07:42:34 AM »

You might want something smaller to rival Chugga!

http://www.autoaffari.com/vendita-auto-usate-scheda-auto.php?codice_inserzione=1278910920

Bit pricey though.

Don
this has had the same chop that mine had had, its origionally a van so no one over 5ft tall will be driving it!!
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« Reply #12 on: 18 September, 2010, 10:44:11 AM »

Thought it might help to have a thread for anyone who finds a Lancia commercial for sale in Italy or where ever to have somewhere to post!
To start with how about the following?
http://veicoli-commerciali.aaannunci.it/autocarro-camion-lancia-tl-51-militare-301549c2.aspx
Easier that "That Truck".
Don

For what it's worth, here's the "Bling" Translation

Brian
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Truck Military trucks Launches Tl 51
Truck Launches TL 51, 1951, orginal ever riverniciato, complete with every single detail, paint, wood original, healthy, tarpaulin 2500 cc petrol engine (would that be a V6?), four-wheel drive, mechanical rear winch and attack for Cannon air braking, tires very delicious, original, baggage tag 18,000 Km of coupons made, original libretto, machine head, rear engine running for 6 small benches with military portafucili. For more information 329 3161570

Ah, no, not a V6. The 2.5 liter gas Beta engine is its own animal - 4 cylinder, staggered cylinders, and 0 inclination. Fascinating.
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« Reply #13 on: 19 September, 2010, 02:16:58 AM »

Thought it might help to have a thread for anyone who finds a Lancia commercial for sale in Italy or where ever to have somewhere to post!
To start with how about the following?
http://veicoli-commerciali.aaannunci.it/autocarro-camion-lancia-tl-51-militare-301549c2.aspx
Easier that "That Truck".
Don

For what it's worth, here's the "Bling" Translation

Brian
8227 Cool

Truck Military trucks Launches Tl 51
Truck Launches TL 51, 1951, orginal ever riverniciato, complete with every single detail, paint, wood original, healthy, tarpaulin 2500 cc petrol engine (would that be a V6?), four-wheel drive, mechanical rear winch and attack for Cannon air braking, tires very delicious, original, baggage tag 18,000 Km of coupons made, original libretto, machine head, rear engine running for 6 small benches with military portafucili. For more information 329 3161570

Ah, no, not a V6. The 2.5 liter gas Beta engine is its own animal - 4 cylinder, staggered cylinders, and 0 inclination. Fascinating.

Does anyone have any photos of the engine?
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« Reply #14 on: 02 December, 2010, 02:37:21 AM »

Here's a shot of the Z20 engine used in the Cl/TL 51 - its a 2.5 liter diesel.
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