YEAR: 1953 -1963

The Lancia Appia was a model introduced in 1953 as a replacement for the Ardea and in was production for 10 years. The Appia was the last in a long line of Lancia production cars dating back to the Lambda to use the unique sliding pillar front suspension.
In addition to the saloons, a number of special bodied Appias were produced, including a Coupe by Pininfarina, a convertible by Vignale and an aluminium bodied GT by Zagato.
The Appia was renowned for its high quality and simple engineering refinement, which helped it gain a deserved reputation for reliability and longevity.


Appia Workshop Manual

154.62 MB

Appia Parts Book

191.97 MB

Appia Handbook 3rd Series

95.73 MB

Appia Handbook 2nd Series

169.98 MB

Marketing Material

1955 Appia Commercial Brochure

1.79 MB

1960 Appia S3

402.6 KB

1958 Appia Convertible

1.36 MB

1958 Appia GTE

1.16 MB

1962 Appia Sport

1.07 MB