Gallery: 8 Cutaways Reveal the Magic of Lancia

Cars, Features I By Winding Road Staff I February 25, 2014
A few weeks ago, we brought you Nine Amazing Ford GT40 Cutaways, showcasing the finer details that are hidden beneath the stunning bodywork of the legendary racecar. This week, our friends at Motorsport Retro have once again given us a chance to get under the skin of some auto racing icons, with the x-ray treatment being applied to Lancia’s finest.
Which one is your favorite? The Stratos might be our pick, but is there really a wrong answer here?
Be sure to check out the gallery to see these images in full resolution:

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