1953 Scuderia Lancia Aurelia B22 Works

General Information

Brand: Lancia
Type: Aurelia B22 (Works)
Mileage: 20,717 km
Price: on request
Mille Miglia Eligible: Yes


The Aurelia represented the first truly new Italian automotive product of the post-war period. The first post-war Lancia was the Aurelia designed by Vittorio Jano and appeared in 1950. It had some revolutionary technical innovations: the first V6 engine with a 60° V as standard and 1.8 liters, independent four-wheel suspension, inboard rear brakes and the transaxle clutch-gearbox-differential. In 1952, a new version of the sedan was added: the B22. The B22 was also designed for participation in races in the turismo category. The standard version had 90hp. The B22 had an elegant and luxurious body, and had a maximum speed of 160 km/h. 

Car description

This 1953 Scuderia Lancia Aurelia B22 Works (factory) drove different race events:
1955 Rally Sestriere
1955 Rally Monte Carlo
1989 Mille Miglia
2016 Mille Miglia
2017 Mille Miglia
2018 Mille Miglia 

This Lancia Aurelia B22, chassis no. B22-1263, and engine no. 1379, is a model from 1953. It is finished in gray livery with gray cloth interiors. It is one of 3 cars built in 1953 and registered in Torino, and the only one out of the three that survived. The car was first registered to the Scuderia Lancia s.r.l., so the car was a Works car. 


Complete history available. Dutch registration.