FOR SALE

1977 Lancia Scorpion

À VENDRE

 

 

2 L, 155 hp

What the Scorpion should have been!

 

Longer ratio 5th gear conversion

For all Lancia Beta models (including Scorpion and Montecarlo). Reduces engine rpm by 700 for much quieter running, 15% less fuel and less wear.

EASY CONVERSION!

Info: Lancia 5th Gear

 

 

WHAT THE SCORPION SHOULD HAVE BEEN!

WHAT THE SCORPION COULD HAVE BEEN!

NOW FOR SALE!

COMPLETELY RESTORED 1977 LANCIA SCORPION WITH UNIQUE UPGRADES.

ARGUABLY THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY. THE CAR IS IN FLORIDA.

FOR COMPLETE DETAILS CALL 450-770-2560 OR EMAIL alain@auto-historia.ca

Asking: $18,500 US

 

 

Lancia Beta Scorpion 1977 Modificata

Lancia was founded in 1906 in Turin (Italy) by Vincenzo Lancia, ex-racecar driver for FIAT. The first noteworthy Lancia (Lambda, 1922) introduced unitbody construction, independent front suspension and a V4 engine. Followed several landmark designs (Aprilia, 1937 - Aurelia, 1950 - Aurelia B24, 1954 - Fulvia, 1965 - Stratos, 1973), allowing Lancia to be selected six times for the Car of the Century contest, more than any other car manufacturer.

The Lancia Scorpion (Montecarlo in Europe) is based on the Abarth 030 prototype which was meant to replace the Fiat X/19. Lancia Abarth 037, winner of the 1983 World Rally Championship, is based on the Lancia Montecarlo.

This car (serial 1759) is a Series II Scorpion, with upgraded 2 L European specification engine, lowered and adjustable  suspension, larger brakes and wheels and an exclusive longer ratio 5th gear allowing relaxed highway cruising. 

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Model: Beta Scorpion (Montecarlo in Europe)

Designer and Builder: Pinin Farina (Turin)

Production (from 1975 to 1981) - 7,595 units. Only 1801 units were imported to North America in 1976 and 1977

Type: Mid-engine two-seater sports car, transverse engine and transmission

Engine:  4 cyl. 2 litre, twin overhead camshafts, 2 twin-barrel Weber carburetors, upgraded to 155 hp @ 7500 rpm

Transmission:  rear-wheel drive, 5 speed gearbox, custom-made taller 5th gear ratio (0.78 to 1)

Chassis: monocoque (unitbody), upgraded larger 4-wheel disk brakes, lowered and fully adjustable independent suspension, rack and pinion steering

 Top speed: 125 mph Fuel consumption (highway): 27 mpg (US), 32.5 mpg (UK), 8,7 L/100

 

   

Lancia Scorpion / Montecarlo

Longer ratio 5th gear, now sold by Monte Hospital

Convert your Scorpion or Montecarlo without removing the gearbox from the car and enjoy quieter highway cruising while saving fuel and reducing engine wear. Designed by Alain Raymond, the custom-made high quality gear set exclusively produced for us in Italy with a ratio of 0.78 to 1 (instead of 0.925 to 1) allows a drop of 700 RPM in 5th!!!

 Thoroughly tested on my car and at full speed during track day at Sebring (see below) - Click HERE for installation instructions

 This conversion also applies to ALL Beta models

 Interested: email alain@auto-historia.ca

 

 70 mph - Before and After **** À 112 km/h - Avant et Après

600600

 

Lancia Scorpion et Montecarlo - 5e vitesse à rapport plus long maintenant disponible chez Monte Hospital

Vous pouvez à présent convertir votre Scorpion ou Montecarlo sans sortir la boîte de vitesses de la voiture et réduire ainsi le bruit de roulement sur autoroute et la consommation tout en réduisant l'usure du moteur. Conçus par Alain raymond et fabriqués spécialement et exclusivement pour nous en Italie, ces pignons de 5e de grande qualité présentent un rapport de 0,78 à 1 au lieu de 0,925 à 1. Vous réduirez le régime moteur de 700 tours/minute en 5e!!!

Mis à l'essai sur ma voiture et testée à pleine vitesse à Sebring (voir ci-dessous). Cliquez ICI pour les instructions d'installation.

Cette conversion s'applique aussi à TOUS les modèles Beta - Si vous êtes intéressé, écrivez à alain@auto-historia.ca

 IN THE MEDIA  Veloce Today at Mar-a-Lago, Feb. 18, 2014

 

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 IN THE MEDIA  Veloce Today at Mar-a-Lago, Feb. 18, 2014

VIDEO Click to watch walk-around

 

  

Photos Sebring 2014 Track Day with Chin Motororsports