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1980 Lancia Gamma Scala by Pininfarina

The Lancia Gamma Scala was a Berlina-based four-door sedan with styling similar to the Coupe and four square headlamps replacing the two rectangular units on the standard cars. It was first shown in Paris in 1980 but again was not taken into production.

The Lancia Gamma Scala is a pleasant saloon version derived from the homologous coupé version, a one-off with a nice design. In 2007 the Roman collector Francesco Vallucci brought it back to Italy, recovering from England.

All four Lancia Gamma-based concepts by Pininfarina:

Source: Lancia Gamma - Lancia Central.

Images: Pininfarina; KiwiGippy Photostream

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