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Events Archive => Events 2019 => Topic started by: lancialulu on 19 October, 2019, 04:34:51 PM

Title: Padova 2019
Post by: lancialulu on 19 October, 2019, 04:34:51 PM
Dear all

Those going to Padova this year are cordiallly invited to attend one of our overseas member's stand - see below:

As a new member of the club I kindly invite all Lancia friends attending the

2019 edition of AUTO e MOTO d'EPOCA at Padova

to my stand  Pad. 8 Stand 297/298 (Flaminia and Aurelia parts)

offering good Hungarian wines and cheese .

kind regards,

Zsolt A. Csüllög


Tel: +36 30 9326 140

Address: 1033 Budapest

Kiscsikós u. 7.


eu TAX: HU 24172745

Title: Re: Padova 2019
Post by: chriswgawne on 20 October, 2019, 08:10:25 AM
Funnily enough, the stand details - Hall 8, Stand 297/8 - are the same as advised by a father & son team, Francesco and Abramo Baldi from Prato who sell mainly Appia and Flaminia bits.
I will investigate on Thursday.

Title: Re: Padova 2019
Post by: chriswgawne on 25 October, 2019, 08:29:20 AM
My day yesterday was primarily social but I definitely formed the impression that for the older post war Lancia models, there were more properly reconditioned and rebuilt spare parts for sale ( as opposed to modern flimsy poor quality repro parts) but at a price. Nevertheless I felt that was progress.

The Hungarian Company, Panelcraft Ltd can supply complete new bodies for Lancia Aurelia B20 and B24 and also some Flaminia models.
They also have some good quality rubber and cast aluminium spare parts for both models.

There were also hundreds of cars for sale but I only really looked closely at a small number of them, again at high prices but they were very good examples of the make/model and the sellers are known to me as not being greedy.

Title: Re: Padova 2019
Post by: frankxhv773t on 25 October, 2019, 02:37:21 PM
Is there a web address for Panelcraft in Hungary? All I get on google is business directories.

Title: Re: Padova 2019
Post by: chriswgawne on 25 October, 2019, 03:12:16 PM

Contact is Zsolt A Csullog

I have mixed feelings about the possibility of newly manufactured cars, in particular their identity.

Title: Re: Padova 2019
Post by: aureliaspider on 29 October, 2019, 04:03:45 PM
Hi Chris.....

It is less newly-made cars, that rescuing things such as the below, which, in a matter of a few of months, can be made into running/driving cars. What else can you do with this except effectively make a new body? And as one of 1959 closed-headlight Appia Zagatos, isn't it worth saving?

This shop in Hungary is like Torino in the 1950s - their work on Lancias is amazing, in my experience unprecedented.  They can work on good original cars, or previously unapproachable wrecks. They have completed both kinds of project for me, and another one in process. I cannot more highly recommend their work.

Title: Re: Padova 2019
Post by: chriswgawne on 29 October, 2019, 04:53:32 PM
Yes, I agree with you and I have friends who have used them with good results.
I was not in any way criticizing the quality of what they do - just remarking on vehicle identity as I have certainly seen 2 'fake' B24 Spiders in the last 5 years.
I was very impressed by their presentation and also the apparent quality of their work.
I also was very pleased to see the quality of some of the spare parts they are re-manufacturing which was certainly an improvement on those from my normal port of call.