“I” Auto History

What You’ll Find Here:

A comprehensive list of every two-door car built since 1945 whose make begins with the letter ‘I’.

Cars featured on this page include:

I.F.A.: F8, F9.
IKA: Torino.
Ilinga: AF-2.
I.M.P..
Imperial: Newport, Crown, LeBaron, Coupe.
Indiana.
Indigo: 3000.
Infiniti: M30, G35 Coupe, G37.
Innocenti: A40, 950 Spider, 1100 Spider, Mini Cooper 1300, 90, 120, De Tomaso, Koral, Mille.
Intermeccanica: Titania Veltro 1500, Omega, Torino, Italia, Centaur, Indra.
Invicta: Black Prince, S1.
IOTA: 350 Sport.
Isdera: Spyder, Imperator 108i, Commendatore 112i, Autobahnkurier 116i.
Iso: Isetta, Rivolta, Grifo, Lele.
Isuzu: Bellett, Wasp, 177 Coupe, Bellett Gemini, Gemini, Piazza, Impulse, I-Mark, PA Nero.
Italdesign: Aztec, Cala.
IVM: C12.

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B53 Aurelia

1952 Lancia Aurelia B53 Cabriolet by Pinin Farina

Offered by RM Sotheby’s | Berkshire, U.K. | June 2024

Photo Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

The Lancia Aurelia was the first production car with a V6 engine. It was offered between 1950 and 1958, and during that time, the company produced more than a dozen different chassis codes across six series. There are a whole lot of different Aurelias.

This is a B53 chassis, which were only produced in 1952. In fact, only 86 B53s were made. The B53 was powered by a 2.0-liter V6 that made 70 horsepower. It was a chassis for coachbuilders, and this one was bodied by Pinin Farina.

The restoration was completed between 2006 and 2008, and it now has an estimate of $85,000-$110,000. More info can be found here.

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