Authentically restored and superbly presented series 2 example in great colours. Left hand drive and sold with an age related registration. History of this car A standard Tipo 818.630 model, our car has recently been the subject of a thorough restoration by Italian artisans, working to the previous owner’s brief of returning the car to the day it left the Chivasso plant in 1971. Although there are no receipts for the work (modus operandi in Italy), it is obvious that this was a comprehensive job and a significant sum has been spent. The odometer was zeroed at the time of the restoration and today reads 1800 klms, so only running in miles have been completed. This car has spent its entire life in Italy until imported by us this year, sourcing the car for the quality of the restoration. Our car is finished in the original Rosso York colour, a hue which particularly suits the Piero Castagnero penned lines of the Fulvia. We are still researching its history, but it appears to be a two owner from new vehicle. Bodywork This body is spot on – rust free, arrow straight and with pleasingly consistent panel fit all round. The restoration of this car involved a windows-out repaint in the orig
1969 Lancia Fulvia 1.6 HF Fanalone s/n 818540*002124* Engine no. 818540*5755* 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
1972. Lancia Fulvia 1600HF - Right Hand Drive
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. £24,950
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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. MOT July 2016, 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
perfect engine,5 speed, rhd, v5 and plates included, leather interior, the paint is old.start and drive
1971. Lancia Fulvia 1300 Coupe S2 - LHD.
1972 K Lancia Fulvia 1600 HF RHD.
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
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