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1981 Lancia Beta 2000 HPE Pininfarina

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1981 Lancia Beta 2000 HPE Pininfarina
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24-0506013

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Exterior silver metallic

 

Interior fabric grey-blue

 

First registration 04/1981

 

Power in HP/KW 115

Description

In the spring of 1975, the fourth body variant was a three-door station wagon coupé called HPE (for High Performance Estate). With the sedan's unchanged floor pan, the HPE is identical to the Beta Coupé up to the B-pillar. The Beta HPE was based on a Pininfarina design. Lancia took over a body concept that had already been developed in 1967 by Tom Karen and Ogle Design for the British Reliant Scimitar. The vehicle was built with a 1.6, 1.8 and 2.0 liter engine, the latter being offered as a carburettor, fuel injection and in the compressor version Volumex. The passenger compartment was spacious, comfortable (including in the rear) and suitable for long journeys, as the HPE had good road holding and above-average performance. The dashboard contains nine analog instruments (large speedometer and tachometer, smaller fuel gauge, coolant thermometer, voltmeter, oil pressure gauge, thermometer and level indicator, and a clock in the center console). Even the oil level is displayed via a vacuum line on the dashboard. Another special feature was the automatic headlight height adjustment with pressure pistons, which are controlled by pneumatic sensors on the rear axle via a pressure hose. About our offer Very nice Beta HPE from the first series, which still had plenty of chrome*. Long before the established manufacturers introduced the Shooting Brake into their range, Lancia already had this wonderful car on offer, which - in our opinion - combines sporty design with high utility value. The car, which was first delivered in Switzerland, has an original and verifiable 96,000 km on the clock and is in very good condition, both visually and technically. Last but not least, the HPE survived thanks to its long-term, well-protected integration in a collection of a lover of this brand.
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