I realize that it isn’t simple to make much out because of the appearance in this week’s photograph, yet this vehicle has one bizarre element that you ought to have the option to discern.
Did someone say it’s raining?
The vehicle is a model by Pininfarina (at the time Pinin Farina) for Lancia from 1957 called the “Florida II,” and it was the individual vehicle of Mr. Pinin Farina for a long time. This was quite possibly the most compellingly expressive vehicles of its era.
But why in the world do the windscreen and controlling wheel seem, by all accounts, to be at furthest edges of the lodge? What may this vehicle truly have been intended for? If it’s not too much trouble, leave your proposals in the comments below.