Produced by an Italian automaker of the same name, the Lancia was on the market from 1957 to 1970. It was available as a saloon (sedan), coupe and cabriolet. Over the course of 13 years, only about 13,000 Flaminias were sold. Mostly in part to the expenses associated with the vehicles. However, Flaminia’s name paid homage to the Lancia tradition of naming models after roman roads, giving the vehicle the added personality. The original two Flaminia bodies were designed through Pininfarina, another italian “coachbuilder.” While most versions were spacious with two doors, the Flaminia came as a luxurious vehicle to travel in. The Flaminia is also known for being Queen Elizabeth II’s choice when driving through the streets of Italy for one of her visits.