• Engine size: 1.3
Vehicle Description 1972 Lancia Fulvia 1.3S Rallye Series 2 LHD. Presented in Mendoza Blue with light Beige Leather. This vehicle still retains its original jack and tool kit. It was originally supplied in Montebelluna Italy and has recently been imported into the UK. In 2005 the car had a full glass out repaint in its original colour and was found to have excellent structural condition. Whilst the engine was removed it was subject to a rebuild and overhaul. Earlier this year the car had the seat re-trimmed in light Beige leather. This is a great value classic.
• Year: 2015
• Mileage: 66025 mi
1975 Lancia 1.3 Spider Barchetta Competizione Designed and built by the Sicilian Lancia Specialist Tuner Franceso Paolo Petrola of Autofficina Petrola in Palermo and finished in his signature blue racing colours, Petrola having won his class in a Fulvia in the 1976 Targa Florio. This car is one of just two cars built in the style of the four original Lancia Factory supported cars born from an idea by Cesare Fiorio the director of HF Squadra Corse and Claudio Maglioli the driver and tester. The car has taken part in various historic events including the Cronoscalata Monte Erice (Hill Climb) and the Targa Florio Storica with original entry sticker on the screen. It has full original Italian FIA paperwork to Appendix H which date from 2001 which will require updating to HTP. Italian travel documents and other Italian paperwork including Homologation documents for Lancia Rallye 1.3 photographs and correspondence from Petrola in the cars history file. Recent top end engine overhaul and ready to drive and race or hill climb and is a top of the list entry for many prestigious events. £29,950
• Year: 1975
• Mileage: 29950 mi
1972 Lancia Fulvia HF 1.6 s/n 818.740*004012* engine no. MOT818.540*05558* Red with Black Interior Famous for their incredible craftsmanship, innovative engineering solutions and disregard for cost accounting with respect to those engineering solutions, pre-Fiat Lancias are, in many ways, in a class of their own. Few cars are as thoughtfully engineered or built, which helps to explain why Lancia encountered a great deal of financial troubles. Among the last of the pre-FIAT cars, the Fulvia was a small car with an interesting specification that included a dual overhead cam narrow angle common cylinder head V4 which powered the front wheels. Dunlop disc brakes on all four corners provided stopping power, and the car bristled with innovation and interesting technical features. Road and Track magazine described the car in 1967 as "a precision motorcar, an engineering tour de force" and the car was surprisingly quick for its displacement, and proved to be an effective competition car in for both rally and circuit racing. The cars were available in a variety of body styles including the attractive coupe bodywork, which provided excellent visibility, balance, and a surprising amount of sp
• Year: 1972
• Mileage: 10304 mi
The Series 1.5 transitional model came with second series sub frame and first series body, aluminium alloy hood and doors, spare wheel housing, the more powerful 1.3 litre engine, Girling 4-wheel disc brakes, collapsible steering column, external rear mirror on driver's door and a 5-speed transmission. Those of you that know these Fulvias will realise it is the most popular series to have, as far as Fulvia Zagatos go, as it is the 1.5 series. The car was built by Lancia before Fiat took over. This chassis 818.650 from the 1.5 series is rare because only around 600 were build. It is a fine example of a Lancia Fulvia 1300 1.5 series with a beautifully restored bodywork and interior. The car was first registered in Italy on 1st January 1971. The second owner in Italy bought the car in 1975. He owned the car for 26 years and sold the Fulvia to the last and third owner in Belgium. He started to rebuild the car as a tribute to the Competizione models. He put on Daytona (winning prototype 1968) headlamps, wing extensions and nice HF-style wheels. He removed the front and rear bumpers. Under the hood Weber carburettors replacing the standard Solex. The interior is equipped with a sport steering wheel, lower mounted seats and finished in beautiful black leather. The body is painted in Sky Blue like the Jolly Club cars from the Targa Florio. In 2010 the car got his Belgium registration and drove till today around 15.000 km. To view this car and others, please visit the website at kucarfa.nl
• Year: 1971
• Mileage: 16000 mi
• Engine size: 1.3
Between the years 1968 and 1972 Lancia won lots of rallies with a special version of the Fulvia. The Lancia works-rally-cars were named Fulvia HF Fanalone. These rally cars were built with aluminium body parts, plastic windscreens and were equipped with a heavily tuned 1584 cc. V4 engine. Lancia managed to win the European rally championship three times and the world championship two times with the Fulvia... Technical data Aluminium V4 engine cylinder capacity: 1584 cc. capacity: 115 bhp. at 6000 rpm. carburettors: 2 x twin choke Weber top-speed: 185 km/h. gearbox: 5-speed, manual weight: 900 kg. VIN: 818.630*033585* Motor: 818.302*112949* Lancia Fulvia rally car, year 1972. Colour red with a black rally interior. This fantastic Lancia rally car is well known in the European/Dutch historic rally scene. The car shows signs of use, is in good condition throughout, and is mechanically spot on! The engine was overhauled 4000 km. ago. The car drives and feels wonderful. This Lancia Fulvia comes extensively rally prepared with a roll cage, additional driving lamps, Scheel seats, four point safety harnesses, trip meter etcetera. This Fulvia is ready to rally!
• Year: 1972
• Mileage: 34567 mi
• Engine size: 1.6
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
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