The Lancia D50 is one of the most unusual Formula 1 cars in history. The technically innovative racing car is used by two racing teams one after the other in Grand Prix races. Designed by Lancia for the 1954 season, it became the Ferrari D50 in July 1955. Lancia has withdrawn from the racing series because of financial problems and sells his racing team including the Formula 1 cars to Ferrari. As Ferrari D50, the car is successful too and makes Juan Manuel Fangio world champion in 1956.
Our offer package for you includes the Lancia D50, painted in classic Italian racing red, plus a showcase with real wood baseplate (without invoicing) for an attractive presentation.
Our unique offer becomes unique exclusively for you or for someone you want to present with a personalized plaque. We engrave your free text (maximum 80 characters) into a high-quality plaque in light metal look and attach it to the base of the display case.
A unique, personal gift!
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