It was sold when new in Spain in 1935.
It remained there till 1989 when it was bought by an Italian collector.
As the interior was well preserved, he left it as it was with its patina and had the car resprayed and mechanically overhauled.
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Lancia car company, the Astura was published on the cover of the book 100 years of cars in Italy, as shown in the attached photo. In the photo of the book is highlighted in yellow colour “the winning at the Concorso di Villa d’Este in 2000”.
It has its own Lancia Certificate of Originality.
Now it belongs to the second Italian owner.
The French toy company Solido, asked permission from the owner to reproduce it in 1:43 recreation scale.
This One-Off Stabilimenti Farina car is TARGA ORO ASI Certified identity Type A, which certifies the characteristics and degree of preservation of a historic vehicle according to the standards of the FIVA International Technical Code.