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Lancia Appia

Lancia Appia


Lancia Appia 1953–1963


  • For a Lancia Appia Series 1 and 2 we suggest the 155 HR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67 or the 155 TR 15 Michelin X.
  • Innertubes for the series 1 and 2 Lancia Appia, we suggest Michelin 15E innertubes.
  • The Lancia Appia Series 3 Longstone Tyres would suggest fitting a set of 155 TR 14 Michelin X.
  • For the series 3 with 14” wheels we suggest Michelin 14D innertubes.
  • Lancia's of this era would have left the factory on tube-type wheels. Innertubes are required for these wheels, even if you fit tubeless radial tyres.
  • The suggested tyre pressure for the Lancia Appia series 1 is 19psi front and rear.
  • Lancia Appia series 2 and 3 tyre pressures - we suggest 19psi front and 21psi rear.
  • For the sporting coach built and Appia Spider cars we suggest adding 2 psi for high speed use.

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1959 Lancia Appia Zagato

1959 Lancia Appia Zagato


Lancia Appia Zagato GTE Tyres


  • The Lancia Appia Zagato GTE fitted 155 R15 tyres. In this size the 155 HR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67 is the best tyre.
  • Some cars were fitted with slightly larger 165 R15 tyres.
  • In this size the best Lancia Appia Zagato GTE Tyre is the 165 HR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67.
  • The correct innertube for 165 R15 tyres is the Michelin 15E.

History of the Lancia Appia

Built between 1953-1963 as a replacement for the Lancia Ardea, it would be the last car in the Lancia range to use their famous sliding pillar front suspension. There was a total of 98,027 produced.



Q: What size tyre did the Lancia Appia Fit?

A: the first 2 series of Lancia Appia fitted 155R15 tyres. Then, in spring 1959, Lancia changed to 14” wheels and the series 3 Appia fitted 155R14 tyres.

Q: What is the correct tyre pressure for a Lancia Appia?

A: For the first series Pirelli, in the day suggested a tyre pressure of 19 psi front and rear, then the later series 2 and 3 19psi front and 21psi rear. We would suggest that for the Spider and other coach built models and sporting usage, you might want to increase the tyre pressures by up to 4 more psi.


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