The Lancia Fulvia (Tipo 818) was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963, and the production lasted until 1976. The Fulvia was available in three variants: Berlina 4-door saloon, 2-door coupé, and Sport, an alternative fastback coupé designed and built by Zagato on the Coupé floorpan. >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo report (100 pictures). Of course, a more detailed description can be obtained by telephone. Contact us: Xavier: 0032 472 40 1338 (NL, FR, DE, EN, IT) email@example.com Olivier: 0032 473 11 7300 (NL, FR, DE, EN) firstname.lastname@example.org Oldtimerfarm from Aalter would also like to sell your classic car or car collection. For more information, please contact Xavier. Exhibitions where you can find us: 18-20/11/2016 InterClassics Brussel - Belgium 25-27/11/2016 Milano Autoclassic
POA The Lancia Fulvia was arguably the last proper Lancia. It combined an advanced specification with strong performance and a great driving experience. The saloon was a bit hum-drum in the looks department, but the coupé was much more attractive – arguably better than Zagato’s Fulvia Sport. The Fulvia coupé experienced some rally success too with 1960s rally driver legend, Pat Moss at the wheel for some events. A very good example of the Lancia Fulvia coupe, with a large history file going back to the early 2000's. A well cared for car with unmarked interior, recent respray in the original colour, and mechanically in very good condition. In excellent condition following recent repsray, prior to the repaint, there was no evidence of corrosion, and minor repairs were attended to, pictures of the car are available prior to the work being carried out. The car was heavily rustproofed from new, and has ben again in course of the recent work. Excellent blue velour interior with original rubber mats with over carpets the dash board facia is also in very excellent condition as these can tend to fade. The headlining has been replaced, and overall the interior which is expensive to replace i
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
The Fulvia is equipped with a DOHC V4 engine with one camshaft operating the intake valves, and another operating the exhaust valves. The very narrow ‘V' angle of the cylinders allows the use of a single cylinder head.
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An extremely rare factory RHD Sport 1600, 1 owner for 40 years, restored, great colours. History of this car Lancia only made 800 Sport 1600s in 1971/2 and only about 50 tipo 818.751 right hand drive cars like ours were imported into the UK. With different gearing to the HF, the model was the fastest production Fulvia, with a top speed of 190kmh, and the only Fulvia equipped with electric windows. According to the Lancia Zagato register, our car was delivered new to a British officer serving in the U.N in Cyprus and repatriated in 1973 when it was first registered in the UK. Shortly afterwards the Zagato changed hands, to a Dr J.K.Mills, who would continue to own the car until very recently. This is therefore a virtually one owner from new vehicle. A long time Lancia Motor Club member, Dr Mills used his Sport and also lavished a lot of care and invested heavily in restoring his pride and joy over a number of years. The body and chassis have been restored and our car has a rebuilt engine. This work has been performed by marque specialists Omicron, Peter Gerrish, David Ashworth, Minera and others. With the exception of an oil cooler, electronic ignition, stainless exhaust and Cromodo
This car is one of only 1'258 pcs (+20 race cars) built "Fanalone" between 1969 and 1970. Chassis #818540-001924 - Number 924 of 1'258 built. This car was delivered new to its first owner in Lausanne and registered on the 3. January 1970. He kept the car for 30 years until it was sold to its actual owner in 2001 (trough a Swiss dealer). The 2. owner entered the car in numerous Rallyes and Hillclimbs between 2005 and 2012, the peak being the Rallye Monte Carlo Historic in 2010 and the AVUS Classic in Berlin in 2012. The car is in perfect condition, Swiss Veteran MOT registered and has a FIVA Pass. 4 Original wheels and 2 original seats come with the car. CHF 80'000 http://grabersportgarage.ch/1970-lancia-fulvia-1.6-hf-fanalone.html Swiss VAT paid
1966 Lancia Fuliva Coupe 1.3 historic road rally car.
1972 Lancia Fulvia Zagato 1.6
The simple yet beautiful Lancia Fulvia was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show of 1963 and produced untel 1976. Fulvias are notable for their role in motorsport history, including winning the International Rally Championship in ’72. The Coupé models introduced in 1965 were designed in-house by Piero Castagnero, who also designed the Saloon. The Rallye 1.3 S was build from ’68 until ’70. It was an updated, more powerful version of the normal Rallye 1.3. It had a new 818.303 1298 cc engine producing 92 HP at 6000 RPM. Great Lancia Tipo 818 360, otherwise known as the Fulvia Rallye Coupé 1.3 S from 1970. Until 1986 it was owned by one owner from Alessandria. The car was then sold to a new owner from Desenzano del Garda, who owned it until 2002. In 2002 it was then exported to the Netherlands. The exterior has been repainted once a long time ago. 35 812 KM €14 500,-
1971. Lancia Fulvia 1300 Coupe S2 - LHD.
1972. Lancia Fulvia 1600HF - Right Hand Drive
Extraordinary time warp rust free original condition with just 23k miles from new Original UK supplied right hand drive car Recent work includes replacement radiator,exhaust system and brake overhaul and wax oil treatment Documented history file Original tool kit All parts supplied by Omicrom Lancia Specialists
STUNNING FULVIA WITH A TOTAL RESTORATION INSIDE AND OUT, A MUST SEE FOR THE COLLECTOR, 2 seats, Grey, RAC APPROVED DEALER; Overnight Stay or Nationwide Delivery available. DREAM IT. DRIVE IT. Visit thboler.com for a full set of pictures for this vehicle, PEACE OF MIND WHEN BUYING FROM OXFORDSHIRE'S ONLY RAC BUYSURE DEALER Buy your car from one of the largest independent car dealers in the UK with a unique service centre and kids play area. 2 YEAR RAC WARRANTY INCLUDED. Visit our website thboler.com for more details. ALL MAJOR PAYMENT METHODS ACCEPTED. ALL P/X WELCOME, OR FOR A UNBEATABLE FINANCE QUOTATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE WWW.THBOLER.COM. OPEN 24/7. NATIONWIDE + INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY AVAILABLE. CONTACT US FOR DETAILS ON OUR FLEXIBLE TEST DRIVE PROGRAMME
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A very rare RHD Lancia Fulvia Rallye Series One 1.6HF ‘Fanalone’ homologation special EQUIPMENT Aluminium bonnet, boot lid and doors, quartz iodine 170mm main beam headlights, black glass fibre arch fillets, opening rear quarter windows, adjustable red-line rev counter, reserve fuel warning light, oil pressure gauge, oil and coolant temperature gauge, rheostat panel light control, cigar lighter, dome interior lamp, Ferrero Sandro Munari steering wheel, passenger grab handle, front storage bins. MODEL HISTORY The Fulvia Coupe was designed in-house by Piero Castagnero and launched in 1965. The ultimate expression of this model is the Series One HF1.6 works rally-spec examples of which only 1258 were produced for homologation. Just 30 High Fidelity RHD examples were ordered by Lancia Concessionaires Ltd which have gained the sobriquet ‘Fanalone’, a reference to its large auxiliary driving lights. With outright wins in the RAC Rally in 1969 and 1970 and the Monte Carlo in 1972 to name a few, the Fulvia HF1.6 established Lancia’s reputation on the World Rallying stage and paved the way for the legendary Stratos and Delta Integrale models. EXTERIOR It takes a trained eye to spot a genuine UK-market Fulvia HF Fanalone and this unmolested, incredibly rare example finished in no-cost but optional metallic Grigio Escoli, is no exception. Still wearing the black glassfibre wheel arch extensions and 170mm main beam headlights that will help the knowledgeable differentiate but experts will relish in the uncut rear valance, holed in standard production cars to feed wiring and the blank pressing where a passenger interior light switch should be fitted. Rally pedigree is assured being one of the early 1258 homologation S1 Rallye specials and fortunately all the correct aluminium panels remain fitted helping to explain why the car only weighs 850kg. The chrome bumpers are retained, as fitted to the RHD drive cars, but not fitted. They are in excellent order as per the rest of the car. The paintwork shows some minor ageing but absolutely no corrosion and all the chrome badging is factory standard. The ultimate Series One and certainly one for the Lancia purist. INTERIOR In truly remarkable condition this 1.6HF ‘Fanalone’ retains all the correct features of the factory originals so often butchered for modern sporting enhancements. The lightweight aluminium skeletal bucket seats are immaculately appointed in the original black vinyl and the thin carpeting shows minimal wear. The simple door pulls which replace the armrests are on correct door cards with no chrome bars at the bottom. All ornate instrumentation is fully functional including the unique oil temperature gauge and 10,000rpm Veglia rev-counter with the adjustable red-line. A highly desirable Ferrero Sandro Munari steering wheel completes the package for the seasoned connoisseur. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Described by Hemmings Motor News as ‘one of the best-engineered four cylinder engines of all time’ this very narrow angle 1584cc engine produces 115bhp being fuel fed by the correct twin 42DDHF Solex carburettors. Engine number 818-540-1282 is the factory correct unit with the lighter flywheel and the 818-540 stampings are visible. The evocative yellow and blue cam cover remains a visual cue. The correct ‘piggy-back’ five speed gearbox once warm slices through the gears and has a well-bred tool-room quality feel. It means that the car complies with British Standard (Automotive) 48 - 1965 version. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The Fanalone is the only Fulvia fitted with 13” Cromodora magnesium wheels and these are truly splendid. The previous owner going to great lengths by wiping clean the inside with spray oil then applying a light coating of cavity wax. Tyres are Toya 310 175/R13 items with ample tread. An upgraded tandem braking system installed by Racing Technologies comprises of front AP Racing discs and custom made Coopercraft callipers while at the rear AP Racing discs and Brembo callipers are fitted. Formidable. HISTORY FILE With just four former keepers and 53,888 miles since being registered on the 28th November 1969 chassis number 818-541-001281 represents a seriously rare car with only 30 RHD examples made. The first long-term custodian, Mr Francis Armstrong owned the car for 29 years and other Lancia enthusiast owners include Mr John Whalley, Integrale and Stratos specialist of Bishops Stortford. A comprehensive history file tracks each owner, has MOT certificates dating back to 1976 and collates invoices documenting both regular and serious amounts of expenditure. The likes of marque specialists Omicron Classico being used for genuine parts help reveal the care lavished on this homologation machine. A wealth of period information ranging from sales brochures to workshop manuals all assist in understanding why this vehicle cost more than an Jaguar E-Type when new! Helpful notes and extensive research from the previous devoted owner are to be passed on and a wonderful full-length six page feature on the car from the 1996 Classic and Sportscar magazine is included. Both sets of original keys are present. A rare jewel, a lasting possession, a spiritual progenitor to a bloodline of successful Lancia rally legends and rarely available. HPI clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/YnAWOCaiYWs To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskpRp9ft 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: http://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars http://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars
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