Lancia - Lancia Aprilia

The technologically advanced Lancia Aprilia was introduced in 1937 which stayed in production until 1949. The first Aprilias had V4 overhead camshaft engines of 1352cc built around an alloy cylinder block, later enlarged to 1486cc. All post war cars had the 1.5 litre engine. With unitary chassis construction (something that Vincenzo Lancia had pioneered) and hydraulic brakes. The Aprilia was the last Lancia penned by Lancia himself, with engine in the rear. The aerodynamic pillarless 4 door bodywork was designed with some input from Farina as well experiments using the Turin Polytechnics wind tunnel.

Tyre size for the Lancia Aprilia is the 165HR400, and Blockley produces this perfect steel belted 165HR400 which has the full size diameter. Details below.

Blockley Products for Lancia Lancia Aprilia

175/185x16 Thickened Inner Tube

Blockley Thickened Inner Tube

£21.00 (£25.20 inc. VAT)


Blockley Radial

£139.00 (£166.80 inc. VAT)