1967 Lancia Fulvia
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Classic Car Overview
Kilometers: 8338 (since restoration)
Asking Price: $64,900
The car has had a complete, ground-up restoration by Corrado Patellas Autofficina Omega in Vicenza, Italy. The firm is well-known and regarded as an Italian marque specialist, and the restoration was performed in a no expense spared fashion. The 1.3S engine was completely rebuilt, and the seats changed to Zagato Sport style units. The engine bay and undercarriage were both included in the restoration.
The 1965 to 1970 Series I Lancia Fulvia Sport was a fastback variant of the Fulvia Coupe Series I. The Fulvia Sport was styled by famed design house Zagato. The distinctive body was completely different from other Fulvia variants, achieving more efficient aerodynamics and lighter curb weight through the use of aluminum body panels. The interior was only fitted with two bucket seats, and the rear hatch could be electronically raised for cabin ventilation. Suspension components were unchanged from the Fulvia Coupe, including independent front and leaf springs at the rear. Dunlop discs handled braking at all four corners. Power was sent to the front wheels via a narrow-angle V4 cylinder engine and a five-speed manual transmission.
Lancia has long been highly regarded for their exceptional craftsmanship, innovative engineering, and cost-no-object attention to detail. Prior to FIATs involvement, Lancia built high-quality, elegant, and innovative cars with few rivals. Given this philosophy, combined with passionate leadership, Lancia frequently found themselves in financial trouble. Among the last of the pre-FIAT cars, the unibody front-drive Fulvia was designed as a small car using a dual overhead cam narrow angle common cylinder head V4. 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. The Fulvia was surprisingly quick for its displacement, and proved to be an effective competition car in both rally and circuit racing. The cars were available in a variety of body styles including the rare and special Zagato coupe bodywork, which provided excellent visibility, balance, and a surprising amount of space for larger drivers and their chattel.
- Classic Car ID101923585
- Stock NumberN/A
- CategoryImport Classics
- Body StyleCoupe
- Mileage5,200 miles
- Engine4 Cylinder
- Drivetrain2 wheel drive - front
- Transmission5 Speed Manual
- Exterior ColorOrange
- Interior ColorBlack
- Seat ColorBlack
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