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Lancia Fulvia cars for sale

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Lancia Fulvia
5720 60000 GBP
  • £5,720 £5,720

    totally restored,showroom conditions

    • Year: 1965

    • Last update: 15 days old

    • Mileage: 930 mi

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  • Alfa Vintage
    +39 348 25 47 887
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  • 90 bhp, 1,298 cc DOHC V-4 engine, five-speed manual transaxle, independent front suspension with transverse leaf springs, beam rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel power-hydraulic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 91.7 in. Iconic Zagato Sport Coupe Only three owners from new Low-mileage, well-kept original Lancia’s Fulvia was introduced at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show and built through to 1976. It was named for the wife of Roman politician Marc Anthony, who was an influential figure in the power struggle that followed the death of Julius Caesar. The Fulvia, ostensibly intended to replace the Appia, was designed by engineer Antonio Fessia and took up the earlier Flavia’s front-wheel drive. Rather than the Flavia’s flat-four engine, however, the Fulvia used a “traditional” Lancia narrow-angle V-4, a legacy dating back to the Lambda of the 1920s. The Fulvia’s four, designed by Zaccone Mina, used vee-angle with twin overhead camshafts mounted at 45 degrees. The compact geometry allowed for the use of a single cylinder head and just two camshafts. Three body styles were offered, a four-door berlina on a 97.6-inch wheelbase, which provided comfortable seating for four; a shorter

    • Year: 1971

    • Last update: 2 days old

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  • RM Auctions
    +1 954 566 2209
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  • £11,750 £11,750

    The Lancia Fulvia was introduced at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show. The very stylish Italian car was in production right through to 1976 and were offered in three available variants; Berlina, Coupe and Sport. The Lancia Fulvia is noted for their successful role in automobile racing history, particularly winning the International Rally Championship in 1972. The Lancia Fulvia was described in the motor industry as a ‘precision motor car, an engineering tour de force’. HUF 637N has been with its last owner for 18 years and has covered 88,000 miles from new. Our Lancia comes with MOT certificates dating back to 1979 when just four years old with 12,750 miles recorded. In total we have 21 MOT certificates, 14 tax discs, the original service book and handbook. The previous, long term owner was a member of the Lancia Motor Club and in recent years the Fulvia has been used as a summer daily driver. The Lancia has also successfully taken part and completed in the 2006, 2011 and 2012 Pembrokeshire County Run and has proven to be totally reliable. The Lancia comes with a comprehensive history and has clearly been maintained to a very high standard. There are files of receipts for various remedial

    • Year: 1975

    • Last update: 18 days old

    • Mileage: 88000 mi

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  • Tel: +45 3212 0380 Lancia - a precision motorcar. Yes, there was a time when Lancia was so much more than a rebadged Fiat or the Chrysler it has degraded into over the last years. An old Italian marque just as fine as Maserati and by motor journalists and car enthusiasts often praised as one of the best made cars in the world. Despite their relatively small engines Lancias had a less modest price tag, but quality engineering never came cheap. At more than one occasion Lancia came close to bankruptcy simply because the Turin company was run by engineers and not by marketing people or accountants. They always opted for the technically best solutions, no matter the costs, but you never measure a Lancia by how expensive or how fast it is, but simply by the sheer physical satisfaction it gives to own and drive one. Despite more than 300.000 sold cars from 1963 to 1976 the compact Fulvia coupé was never a financial success for Lancia. It also marked the end of an era as the Fulvia was the last model before Fiat took over. The strong points of the last true Lancia were steering, brakes and roadholding. The compact narrow-angled V4 gave it performance a good deal greater than the modest en

    • Year: 1972

    • Last update: 20 days old

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  • £15,000 £15,000

    1966 Lancia Fuliva Coupe 1.3 historic road rally car. Totally restored and rally prepared by us just ten years ago for historic regularity events. Finished in Lancia factory team colours of deep red with black interior this car is fully trimmed and features original Fulvia HF bucket seats, full harnesses and rear roll gage. The engine is tuned to produce approximately 110 bhp while remaining very tractable. The clutch, suspension and brakes have all been renewed and uprated. The car has been sparingly used since completion and remains in superb order. Her early 1966 chassis number makes her eligible for FIA appendix K - HTP papers for racing which allows entrance in to many prestigious historic events. £15,000

    • Year: 1966

    • Last update: 27 days old

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