Sometimes the discovery of a new car for the Register is so thrilling that it takes a while before you come to your senses and add a little story to the site. That's about enough of me, now about the car. The story starts in 1948, with the wealthy Marchese Antinori from Firenze.

He makes Francis Lombardi a special request to rebuild his Aprilia into a "Woody". The result is stunning. The story of this car is then not known until 2004, when a group of Italian Lancia enthousiasts discover the car. They decide to a nuts and bolts restoration of the car. And the result is again stunning. You can have a look at the pictures by viewing the gallery.

Pictures

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The current owner Bernard Marreyt also made a set of pictures by a professional photographer, please follow this link.