Last Call: Change of Corsa Edition

The 1964 Lancia Flavia Sport prototipo Zagato may not be the world’s most beautiful automobile but it certainly is in the running for the car with the fullest wheel wells, so generously do the Campagnolo wheels and tall section tire fill its arches. Also filled are the two akwardly-added humps on the hood, only in this case to cover a quartet of velocity stacks for the  148-bhp 1848-cc flat four engine.
Here’s a fun trivia question to send us into the weekend, what limited production English sports racer shared the same tail lights as the Falvia Sport Zagato?
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  1. Batshitbox Avatar

    Is this Last Call or Hooniverse Asks? You wanna know “what limited production English sports racer shared the same tail lights as the Falvia Sport Zagato?” There’s no such thing as a Falvia Sport Zagato. Trick question.
    Now, if you want to get into Flavias and Flaminias and Floridas… it’s a world of tail lights.

    1. Rover 1 Avatar
      Rover 1

      And isn’t it neat how the Zagato trademark isn’t just a double bubble roof, but also an opening rear window for ventilation?
      And note the spelling of ‘Flavia’ in Zagato’s favoured script.

    2. outback_ute Avatar

      I read it at first that someone had changed it to “Failvia”…

      1. Sjalabais Avatar

        Are you out on a Fatvia?

    1. Joshua Williams Avatar
      Joshua Williams

      Not actually a GAZ, but closely related. It’s an ErAZ 762, which is an Armenian license-produced version of the Latvian RAF-977, which is a van and minibus (It even came in a ‘tourist” version with a sunroof and 21-window Microbus-style roof windows for the Soviet “Intourist” travel program) based on the mechanicals of the GAZ-M21 Volga.

      1. Sjalabais Avatar

        Fantastic! 5 hours to solve the strangest of mysteries.I thought about RAF but didn’t expect there to be any relation to GAZ.

  2. NapoleonSolo Avatar

    If at first you don’t succeed, try again…

  3. Batshitbox Avatar

    Why I hope autonomous automobiles (Auto-Autos? Will there be an Auto-Auto Audi?) become more common… many more Skitching opportunities!
    P.S. In my town we called this “Bumper Skiing” in winter time. I don’t recall a word for the summertime version, on roller skates, skateboards or bicycles. Never heard the word ‘skitching’ until I moved out of New England.

    1. Lokki Avatar

      The summer version of bumper-skiing is commonly referred to as “death”.

    2. CruisinTime Avatar

      Four of us hanging on to a VW bug at a stop sign,the car just spun its wheels.

    3. 0A5599 Avatar

      We used to call it sand skiing, when at the beach. I guess a skateboard would have been a lot less friction than wet sand, though the street would have been a much harder surface for the inevitable fall.

    4. Van_Sarockin Avatar

      Studebaker Starlight Commander

  4. jim Avatar
    Those tail lights were shared with early Lotus Europas. Speaking of which, here’s one that was turned into a boat :

  5. CruisinTime Avatar

    How about an Indian Chief riding an Indian Chief ?

    1. CruisinTime Avatar

      Iconic or Ironic ? You be the judge…..

      1. Batshitbox Avatar

        Well that’s a Florida dealership, C.T. Kruse, and that’s a Plains Indian costume, rather than a Muscogee, which would be more suited to running around in dense woodland. A Wampanoag or other Abenaki style might be suited to Indian Motorcycle Mfg.’s Springfield, Massachusetts origin.
        So it’s neither iconic nor ironic, just plain wrong.

        1. CruisinTime Avatar

          Details …details…details……

        2. CruisinTime Avatar

          Post a light hearted comment,get a diatribe on political Correctness.

  6. njhoon Avatar

    A little late to this but does anyone else see Mazda in the grill / frontend of this?

    1. Texlenin Avatar

      No, but it’d be nice if somebody made a replica that fit on a Miata hull….