|Year||1972||Engine capacity||1298 cc|
|Exterior colour||Blu Scuro||Engine configuration||V4 with Solex carburettors|
|Interior colour||Blu||Engine number||Matching|
|Upholstery||Cloth||Rims||14 inch Cromodora alloy|
|0 - 100 km/u||11.9 sec||Wheels||Firestone|
|Top speed||175 km/u||Production numbers||11276|
|VIN number||818630007994||Other||Concours condition.|
The Fulvia is a sublime mechanically refined car. Its styling however has only recently found appraisal with the general public. Hence why for a long period of time they were not valuable enough to restore to high standards. On average older Lancia's are not as prone to rust as one might think, that image was constructed long after 1970, as it was Fiat who became the new owner of Lancia. The paintwork and rubbers will however over time have become dull and dried out due to Italy's various sunny locations. The minimum value Fulvia's had up until five years ago, meant full restorations were executed poorly. An original car is for that reason preferable. This here exemplar is a beautiful and original car that has benefitted from a full respray and complete new set of rubbers due to the burning hot Italian sun. The seats and rear seat were also beautifully reupholstered. Rest a meticulously original car. Look at the photos of the engine compartment, interior and trunk. This Fulvia is also a proper Time Machine. It is a series 2 model with the slightly stronger, tweaked 90bhp engine. A very well driving Fulvia with a mesmerising appearance. Quality of the highest level, rarely I see them in this state. I hope you will agree to share my enthusiasm
Options were nonexistent at that time. The car is however equipped with attractive velour floor mats that go over the original rubber floor cover. A nice steering wheel cover to go over the wooden steering wheel is installed. You decide what you prefer.
Beautiful bodywork. Rust free. Perfect alignment, the doors shut as if ceiling a vault. Extremely smooth panels. Very beautiful deep dark blue colour, exquisite paint job. No Traces of usage, no dents and no scuffs. Painted by someone who was fully dedicated to deliver an excellent end result.
Brightwork and stainless steel bumpers have a wonderful shine.
Beautiful new blue cloth on the seats and rear seat. Exactly like the original. The form and support coming from the seats is as new. The dashboard, steering wheel, switches, gauges and levers all undamaged, look nice and work accordingly. Nice wood on top of the dashboard. New velour carpets in the correct colour on the floor. A pretty ensemble!
The engine compartment is fully original and remains untouched. Matching engine with Solex carburettors. Nice smooth running engine. Original identification plate and factory stickers present. The rather nice 'mountain horn' can be removed on request. The trunk looks fresh is clean and free of rust. Original spare tire, carjack and toolkit present. The 14 inch Cromodora alloy wheels are undamaged and wrapped in four new tires.
Sold new by the official Lancia dealer in the Italian Modena area. Spared from a harsh life and being used as a daily driver. Evidently used as a second or third car before she entered the small collection of Lancia's of its former loving owner. In the previous ten years he had the car resprayed and reupholstered to the highest standard. Servicing was done by a local specialist. Recently, the petrol tank has been renewed, car bettors have been restored, brakes have been restored and maintenance service was done. The price includes Dutch registration, vintage dutch plates, and a new MOT. Original instruction manual present.