Excellent condition, tasteful modifications, fun to drive, adult owned, Italian import.
THE VEHICLE OFFERED
Lancia, founded in 1906, they produced the first five speed gear box, first monocoque chassis, first V4 engine, first production V6 engine, and don’t even get me started on rally racing. They had to withdraw from the circuit in 1993, but they are still the #1 manufacture in the World Rally Championship history, with 10 WRC manufacture titles, and six driver championships. These Lancia Fulvias were the thinking mans car. With unusually high build quality and attention to detail the United States citizens were really deprived of this incredibly well designed Italian sports car with outstanding value. This specific Fuliva is a 1975 Series three with a 1.3 liter V4 engine producing about 90 horsepower. Mated to a 5 speed transmission this car loves to be revved. And it can thanks to a complete engine rebuild in 2011. At that time the car underwent a full restoration to a very high standard, including, a bare metal repaint in its original color, Bleu Agnano, genuine fender flairs, new windshield, de-bumpered, period correct original Lancia steel racing wheels, tires, and front fog lights. The interior was fully re-trimmed in the original Nero Lancia tex and a new racing steering wheel was fitted. The original engine was refurbished with trumpet intakes and an electronic ignition with rebuilt carburetors. Residing in Varese Italy it’s entire life by a doctor who took exceptional care of the car. We have done all the heavy lifting of importing this car 100% legally in to the USA. It has been properly deregistered, and will be sold on a clean and transferable Idaho title. It is offered with its ASI Gold certification with accompanying plaque and paperwork along with its original registration book. This car is at home on neighborhood streets as it is cruising 80 mph on a highway. It could be used for classic car rallies, local shows, or as a unique canyon carver. If the number 12 decal is too much for you simply peel it off. Make no mistake, this is not your average patched up Fulvia, this car has an excellent structure and has been restored to a high level. Further more the car has seen a recent full service including an oil change, alignment, new tires since photographs, and multipoint inspection. The paint was just polished and has received a nice coat of wax for protection. I have driven the car a few hundred miles to ensure there were no faults and this car is impressive. Interior lights function, the clock keeps time, and even the gauge lights shine bright at night. It is A true drivers car with Italian styling that you don’t have to fret about.
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