Lancia Aurelia B21
The Lancia Aurelia was designed by Vittorio Jano, the mastermind behind the successful Alfa Romeo P2. The B21 is the perfect blend of style and cutting-edge technology, combining flowing body lines with a groundbreaking all-aluminium V6 engine developed by Francesco de Virgilio. Its transaxle combines the gearbox, clutch and differential to create an optimal weight distribution. Launched at the 1950 Turin Motor Show, the Aurelia was a highly successful race car, finishing second overall at the 1951 Mille Miglia and winning first in class at Le Mans the same year.
The 1952 Lancia Aurelia B21, chassis no. B21-3317 was owned by fashion designer Mila Schön’s family. Her husband, Aurelio Schön, drove in the 1953 to 1956 Mille Miglia and was among the founders of the Sant Ambroeus race team. Their son Giorgio Schön, a collector of historic cars, has been racing in his spare time for over 23 years and has won four Italian circuit championships.
This perfectly preserved example of a Lancia Aurelia B21 is in excellent condition and was technically rebuilt in 2021. It has good original paintwork, flat chrome trim, worn but original interiors, and several period details, such as the Condor radio and old Club delle Mille Miglia sticker. The car is certified eligible to participate in the 2024 Milli Miglia event (registration certificate available upon request).
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Mille Miglia 2021
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Zwarteweg 52, 1412 GD Naarden