1972 Lancia Fulvia 1600 Zagato s/n 818.750*001108, engine no. 818.540*007840* Orange with Black Interior Famous for their exceptional 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 special Zagato coupe bodywork, which provided excellent visibility, balance, and a surprising a
left-hand-drive 1972 lancia fulvia 1600cc zagato orange 5-speed
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