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Lancia Fulvia

€149,000 (£136,439.30)
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Requirement: This is not a normal Lancia Fulvia Sport Zagato, but F.S.Z. "Competition", one of the 22 special units, ordered by Zagato Alessandro Fiorio, at the request of his son Cesare, Director of Lancia Racing Team. This mini series race with whole body Peralluman (aluminum) was lightened for the activities of the team and individual riders. These cars were built within the 2 ^ constructive series identified by the type number: 2 ^ 818 332 series. The car for sale is 001 905 chassis, the previous six cars to the famous 001,911 who participated in the 24 Hours of Daytona. The certificate of origin with 001,905 dated February 23, 1968, Red San Siro was purchased and registered on April 4, 1968 by the Sicilian driver Angelo Rizzo (codenamed RADEC-Rizzo Angelo-Dominator-E-Conqueror) had prepared by renowned trainer Facetti and led the race in the same year with good results. A Radec it must be the change of the shift lever, bent at the top which, in the sports guide, made it easier grafting. In October 1968, almost at the end of the season, it is sold to Emanuele Parrinello who uses it in the last competitions of 1968 and throughout 1969.
It noted in particular the 5th class at the Targa Florio in May 4, 1969, piloted by Hillimany Duns, who was none other that still Angelo Rizzo (RADEC) Parrinello who lent the car for this race. Rizzo's father discovered that his son ran like "RADEC", and he changed the name of "cover." Rizzo ammmirava much Jim Clark (Scottish) and "Hillimany Duns" was the birthplace of Clark. At the end of 1969, the car is not updated with the new standards required by Annex J from 1 January 1970, (remember that the groups became 3 groups 4 with the possibility of significant changes to the mechanical and lightening of the car). So with the 1969 001 905 ended his racing career. It was later repainted in an anonymous Blue color Lancia, while fully maintaining the original characteristics of a F.S.Z Competition. Purchased by a collector in the early 90s after a long restoration, it has been restored to its original 1968 and undoubtedly is a good example of a complete restoration, but conservation of nature and the spirit of the medium. Examples are the black seals of the lateral shanks which normally as a result of beatings or accidents, were no longer being refitted and that instead, thanks to the expertise of those who took care of the restoration, have been restored as it was originally. Note the pleasure of the presence of the square plaque Turin, in 1972, left after one of plate changes for change in the province of residence, still stands today. The car is working regularly and revised, currently due in late August 2017. The car currently still fitted sports seats, but including its standard seats, restored and immaculate, ready to possibly reassemble. The full story is available on the book by Carlo Bruno and Stella Carrier "Fulvia Sport Zagato Competition" published by Giorgio Nada Editore. A car for connoisseurs collectors who want to combine the pleasure of driving a piece of Italian sports car history, a safe investment to be guarded with care and satisfaction.

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  • Ad ID
  • Ad type
    For sale
  • Last updated
  • Category
    Lancia > Fulvia
  • Vehicle sub type
  • Colour
  • Colour type
    Non metallic
  • Drivetrain
    Front-wheel drive
  • Fuel type
  • Gear type
  • Year
  • Mileage
    1000 mi
  • First Reg. Date
    Apr 1968
  • MOT expiry
    Aug 2017
  • Power
    100 hp
  • Owners
  • Doors
  • Seats
  • Engine Size
  • Engine Model
  • Speed Limit
    100 mph
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