Privato vende raro modello di auto d’epoca del 1972 modello LANCIA FULVIA SPORT ZAGATO 1300 , cambio con 5 rapporti , targhe nere e documenti del 2014, fatto restauro conservativo nel 2014, risanata la carrozzeria e sostituzione dei fondi, riverniciatura totale e revisione di tutta la meccanica, cromature pari al nuovo, gomme nuove, batteria nuova, perfettamente funzionante, pronta alluso senza lavori da fare. Solo trattative sul posto dopo presa visione e prova della vettura, a richiesta disponibili foto dettagliate. Cell. (+39) 349/7246896
• Year: 1972
• Last update: 11 days old
To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RMs Arizona event, January 15-16, 2015. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmauctions.com/. Estimate:$ 40,000 - $ 60,000 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 CoupeOnly three owners from newLow-mileage, well-kept originalLancias 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 Flavias front-wheel drive. Rather than the Flavias flat-four engine, the Fulvia used a traditional Lancia narrow-angle V-4, a legacy dating back to the Lambda of the 1920s.The Fulvias 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 91.7-inch wheelbase that bore a coupe body style; and an attractive fastback by coachbuilder Zagato, which was built on the coupe floorpan and was known as the Sport.Carrozzeria Zagato was founded by Ugo Zagato, a craftsman with aluminum, in Milan in 1920. Their first work was for Fiat, but by the 1950s, they were also building for Alfa Romeo and, notably, Lancia. The Appia Zagato, Appia GTE, Aurelia 2500, and Flaminia Sport were iconic styles for the Turinese automaker, and all were bodied by Zagato. By the 1970s, the popular Lancia Fulvia Sport and Beta Spider were a mainstay of Zagatos business.This remarkably original 1971 Lancia Fulvia was stored by a dealer in Naples until 1976, when it was sold to its first owner, Mr. Guarino Carmine. He owned it for the rest of his life. After his passing in 1993, his widow kept it in the garage until 2008, when a Swiss Lancia dealer convinced her to sell it. It then stayed in the dealers own collection in Lugano. The beautiful car, showing just 26,300 kilometers, arrived in the United States in May 2014, after being imported by the current owner. Its factory-original color of Avorio Santa Anita, a stunning and rare yellow hue, is in exceptional condition, and the interior remains completely original. This car is very authentic and well-preserved and comes with tools, an owners manual, and a jack.This svelte Coupe is clean throughout and ready to please its new owner and Zagato connoisseur.
• Last update: 24 days old
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: 2 months old
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