The Lancia B24 Spider Convertible appeared in 1956. It replaced the B24 Spider America, which was produced in 1955. It had the same styling, penned by Francesco Martinengo for Pininfarina, but it had better equipment. The design of this car is special, particularly as it was the last model produced in collaboration with Vittorio Jano. The car's 2.5-litre V6 engine produced 115 bhp and the gearbox was mounted with the rear transaxle to improve the weight distribution. Besides this, the special roll-up windows and a waterproof hood show that this is an incredible luxurious cabriolet. There were only 521 examples manufactured, which makes this car very exclusive.
This specific car was built in 1958, the final year of production of the B24S convertible. It was first registered on 17 October 1958. The body was completely restored in 2013 and is finished in an elegant shade of midnight blue. The panels are perfectly aligned and the paintwork is to the highest standard. The dark red leather upholstery was completely restored, as was the black alpaca hood. All technical components have been restored as well.