We have on offer A lovely little Series 1 Fulvia Coupe Rallye 1.3 Supplied by ourselves 18 months ago to it latest owner Manufactured Sept/Oct 1967 First registered 2nd Jan 1968 Purchased by Grant Gibson Jan 1977 Purchased by previous owner Nov 1992 Complete documented respray to include metalwork in April 1999 In Lancia blue with red leather seats and just three owners from new This is a very sound example now showing lovely patina inside & out and one that drives very nicely indeed, with good performance from the engine, excellent oil pressure and water temp readings, a very nice gearbox with no synchro issues and good clutch & brakes. It was fitted with alloy boot, bonnet & doors from new and comes with a very good history, buff log book with a vast number of Mot sheets and tax discs in the file it details the vast expenditures throughout the years which includes records of the following work/improvements. Dellorto carbs Stainless steel brake cylinder inserts Full engine rebuild in 1992 (about 30k since) Gas flowed stainless steel exhaust manifold Leather retrim on front seats New clutch in 2008 Unleaded conversion in 2009 New brake seals 2014 Replacement Quikfit maroon seatbelts which suit the interior perfectly fitted in 2017 Clean bill of health and recent MOT with no advisories This is just a few choice items taken from the history file, all bills and receipts for these items & much more are included in the history file A charming little Fuliva and if you haven’t driven one before, we urge you to jump in and give it a go. They are immense fun for such a little 1.3 engine.
1968 Lancia Fulvia 1.3 Rallye Chassis 818330013238 Sold new in Italy, and in the same family ownership for decades, then sold to Danish collector, presented in mainly original condition with 4 speed gearbox. UK registered with new MoT
anno: 03 july 1965 chilometri: 100 carrozzeria: restaurata.portata a lamiera .sabbiata. cerchi sabbiati e gommati nuovi. interni conservati radio blaupunkt.foto del restauro disponibili meccanica: revisionata. motore perfetto. freni e frizione nuovi, carburatori revisionati,serbatoio trattato .dischi freno e testine sterzo nuove condizioni: lancia fulvia coupè prima serie telaio 01228 acquistata nuova dA FAUSTO CARELLO SPA.restaurata ,targhe e documenti originali. bellissima prezzo: 18500 euro info: rare first series engine 1216 cc vin 1228.conserved original interior, body totally restored, new brakes, disk, clutch,carburetters, wonderful conditions. regular road papers. ask for restauration pictures
1969. Lancia Fulvia series 1, 1300 coupe - LHD.
1972. Lancia Fulvia Zagato 1600 - RHD.
1972. Lancia Fulvia Coupe S2.
1970. Lancia Fulvia 1.6 HF Series 1 “Fanalone” LHD.
This original and immaculate red Fulvia 1,3S Coupe 3 was ASI registered. It spent most of its life down in Southern Italy where you have almost zero rain and desert like conditions hence why this is one of the sharpest bodies we've ever seen on a Fulvia. The interior is excellent and has worn extremely well over the years, the dashboard is in perfect condition which as we know most Fulvia's are known to have cracked dash's. The drive is something you'd need to try for yourself to fully understand how good it is, you could travel all over Europe in this comfortably! This car is simply stunning. More information on: www.kucarfa.nl
now arrived from the USA,a LHD car with good original bodywork. Please enquire for more details.
The Lancia Fulvia Sport was a sportier and more aerodynamic version of the Fulvia Coupé, designed by Ercole Spada and built by Zagato for Lancia. It was used for both road and track competitions, and was based on the mechanicals of the Coupé. The top of the range version was the Sport 1600, just like the example we have on offer. It was launched in 1971, and had the same engine as the Rally 1600 HF, producing 115 bhp. The streamlined Sport Zagato could reach 195 km/u , and was the fastest Fulvia ever produced. With only 800 examples produced, this is quite a rare car as well. This example is in great condition. It was completely restored in 2009, which is very well documented with pictures and invoices. It is a pleasure to drive, with the original 5-speed box and great Lancia 1,6 V4 engine. The optional Cromodora alloy wheels fit the car very well, and the fit and finish is really good for a handbuilt italian sportscar from the seventies. A Lancia Fulvia is a great italian classic sportscar, and a popular choice for historic rallying because it is nimble and has a good handling. The Zagato badge and elegant Ercole Spada design make the car even more desirable, and it offers similar