Herewith some photos taken by Phil Pilkington during the 2010 Annual General Meeting, held on Sunday 9th May at Chadlington Memorial Hall.

YouTube link.

This shows someone (I know not who or where) giving us all a guided tour around a 1974 LHD 2000HF coupé.  Not sure how it's all done either, but is really rather informative, and the engine certainly sounds very good.


Lancia Flavia 1960 - 1974, by Angela Verschoor.

 - with text in English, French, German and Italian.

This is the final word to be had about the flat-four engined vehicles Lancia produced between 1960 and 1974.   An absolute must for both the enthusiast for the marque and those interested in Lancia history.  Lavishly illustrated with contemporary photographs and reproductions of sales and technical literature produced by the manufacturer during that time.

Also included (attached to the rear cover) is an absolutely invaluable, equally comprehensive DVD, which includes digitised information (owner's manuals, parts books,  special documentation  [e.g. carburetters, injection and braking systems]) on all the models, including the Super Jolly commercial  vehicles.  Most of what is on this DVD I've never seen before.

This is not to be missed, and is a special edition.  It is now available only as a standard hard-back volume, costing £25.  This price is for UK ONLY and include postage and packaging.   Cheques to be made payable to: "The Flavia and 2000 Consortium Ltd."

Contact as on the "For Sale" page, or as shown in the LMC house magazine "Viva Lancia" on the useful contacts page.   Be advised that our email addresses are written to avoid trawling and will need to be reduced to the correct form to work correctly.  Alternative sales contact: SUZ016atcoventrydotacdotuk

UK MOT Test changes May 2018
  MOT test changes 2018This is a link to a PDF document (UK Government DfT) that summarises the changes.

Bosch ignition coil for 2000 series cars.

This is apparently still available, but under a changed part number.  Originally  Now  Stocked by Euro Car Parts under their part number 413330030.  These coils don't last forever and may have been working away since your car came through the factory gate.  Keeping a spare or changing to a new one now would seem to be a good idea.