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Cape Town Lancia Club get together at the Museum

Written by Johan du Toit. Posted in Cape Lancia Museum

Cape Lancia Club Get Together

6 August 2022


We had a great get together on Saturday morning 6 August, with a welcome break in the rainy weather. The coffee was great, as usual and good conversation around interesting cars made the morning special. A special thanks to all who all who dropped in, especially on a long weekend. 

We were graced by the arrival of  Dickon Daggit's 1928 Lambda. A special treat and a very photogenic car! Great to see this historic model ready to make the run from Hout Bay.


Aldo Pomario's Monte Carlo, undergoing a fuel injection retrofit was the engine of interest for the day.


Dave Alexander arrived in style with a Charmor, a Morgan 3-wheeler fitted with a Moto Guzzi 1100cc motor. Not a Lancia, but a pleasure to look at nonetheless.


Heinrich Spreeth's Fulvia, Johan du Toit's '93 Thema Turbo LS and the seemingly endless collection of Lancia's in the Museum and workshop rounded off the day.





Written by Felix Furtak. Posted in Cape Lancia Museum

The Cape Lancia Museum needs your help:  While the costs of the building has in large been financed by the sale of Lancia Spare parts as well as the sale of internet access to the local community, the museum now needs to be filled with live.

We need interior decoration and events management as well as curation of out endless Lancia items.

For that we need financial contributions to make it all happen.


Please choose from one of the options below to make your contribution.

Youth developement

Written by Felix Furtak. Posted in Cape Lancia Museum

The combustion engine only has a short time to live. According to projections, the production of internal combustion engines will seize in the next 5 years. All major car manufactures are now taking electrification serious.

Even to day few mechanics know how to service a carburetor or a distributor with points as those technologies are already obsolete for decades.

yes in a world of fast moving instant gratification, the internal combustion engine has something tangible to it...

Having hands on skills can be immensely gratifying, in a world of touch screens...

We would like to share that with the local community.

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