1975 LANCIA FULVIA SERIES 3 COUPE:
--Blue Agnano, Black interior, Blue heather carpeting, 1.3 Liter V4 engine, 5-speed manual gearbox, Restored, Previous collector ownership, Well serviced.
The Fulvia was Lancia’s first of 10 Rally Championship wins in 1972. With front-wheel drive, the Fulvia utilized a narrow V-configuration 4-cylinder engine mounted in front of the front axle. Updated in 1974, the Series 3 Fulvia featured a matte Black grille and headlight frame, new seat design incorporating headrests and new white-faced instrument dials.
This Series 3 Fulvia spent most of its life in its home market of Italy, owned by a Doctor in Varese, Italy. After his long-term ownership, the Fulvia was registered in Cardiff, Wales. It was exceptionally well serviced as shown it its included service history book. Prior to its import into the US, this Fulvia was restored including a rebuild of its original engine with trumpet intakes and an electronic ignition with rebuilt carburetors and a bare metal repaint in its original color of Blue Agnano. Also fitted was a new windshield, period correct original Lancia steel racing wheels and front fog lights. The bumpers were removed for the full rally look. The interior was retrimmed in original Nero Lancia tex and a new racing steering wheel was fitted.
This restored Fulvia has enjoyed proper collector-enthusiast ownership for the past several years and always maintained regardless of use. This Fulvia is clean with excellent body fitment and no signs of any previous damage or major repairs. A truly iconic sports coupe, this Lancia is comfortable, yet dialed in for around-town cruising. The Fulvias are well balanced cars with slick gearboxes and nimble/predictable handling, it is a wonderful vintage sports car in every respect. This said, it is extremely hard to find this desirable model in this condition. A recent road test attests to the car performing flawlessly in every way and it is ready for immediate use and enjoyment. It is complete with books, original brochures, service records, jack and spare wheel as well as its ASI Heritage Certificate from AutoMotoClub Storico Italiano.