the images are purely indicative, the final graphics will be agreed in detail with the customer
The graphics on the car were all painted, in particular the red and green livery on the hood, roof, ailerons, trunk and sides. This decoration also covered the car's irregular and protruding grilles and details down to the smallest detail.
The Alitalia and Lancia writings were also in paint, while the smaller sponsors such as Agip, HF, Bilstein, Magneti Marelli, Pirelli, etc. they were adhesive decals.
HOW WE MAKE IT TODAY
The execution of the complete graphics requires the car to stop at our Turin headquarters and can be performed in the following way:
- Completely in paint as the original (with only the small sponsors made in adhesive) with the same colors and painting methods of the time that give the car a further authenticity value. The Alitalia and Lancia writings on all sides are made of paint. The measurements and positioning of the liveries and stickers are very accurate and come from our archives obtained from the workings on the cars of the time.
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DO YOU WANT STICKERS ONLY?
SUPPLY OF THE COMPLETE KIT STICKERS
It is possible to purchase the Complete kit sticker Lancia Stratos Alitalia (the Liveries are of course not included but the Alitalia and Lancia writings are available both in the adhesive version and in the "masking" version for your spraying with the same paint colors as the liveries) with shipment to any address in Europe, USA, Japan.
A BIT OF HISTORY ...
One of the most successful cars in the history of the Rally. The Lancia Stratos was created by the Lancia, belonging to the Fiat Group since 1969, not as an evolution of a series model but with the declared aim of excelling in the world of Rally. The car was born with a mechanical defect that for a time remained an unsolved mystery for the technicians of the Racing Department. When the problem was finally discovered the car began its unstoppable series of victories starting from the first success obtained in 1973 at the Firestone Rally in Spain with the Munari-Mannucci couple and the white-red colors of the Marlboro. The famous Alitalia livery, on the other hand, will appear in races since 1975 and will see the car go downhill from rivals in all national and international competitions. In 1977 the Stratos will give way to the 131 produced by Fiat but will still have the opportunity to face its last official season in 1978 with the Pirelli colors white-orange-black.