1967 Series 1 Fulvia Coupe

1967 Lancia Fulvia Rallye 1.3 Coupe

Make: Lancia
Model: Fulvia
SubModel: Rallye 1.3 Coupe
Type: Coupe
Trim: Rallye 1.3
Year: 1967
Mileage: 53,995
VIN: the driver'-s side
Color: White
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: Front Wheel Drive
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Gervais, Oregon, United States
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Description for Lancia Fulvia 1967

1967 Series 1 Fulvia Coupe. This is an exceptional example both mechanically and cosmetically. The interior was redone in red leather and the exterior was refinished in its original white. Restoration work was carried out to a very high standard by a Lancia specialist for the prior owner in Italy. This work was completed in 1999. The car is rust free and was treated with Waxoyl rust preventative treatment in 2010. This car is almost flawless. The exceptions are the driver's side door needs to be adjusted and a non-propagating nick at the trailing edge of the driver's side door glass. The car includes an original owner's manual. jack. spare. the factory tool pouch (strap needs repair) and a partial set of wrenches. The car was featured in the March 2008 edition of "Auotomobilismo D'Epoca" and appeared on the cover of that issue. For those unfamiliar with the car. it features a narrow angle V4 engine. in this instance fitted with factory optional. dual side draft Dellorto Carburetors. The car is front wheel drive and steering can best be described as vice free and nimble. It is a joy to drive and it's readily apparent why the car was such a success on the rally course. The car has new tires in the original size. This is the best choice for handling. I doubt there is a finer example of this model to be found in the US. As a Series 1 model. it epitomizes Lancia's exceptional attention to quality and engineering detail. The car has been certified by both the Automotoclub Storicio Italiano and the Registro Storico Lancia. Based on the condition of the car the indicated 84. 04KM (52. 95 miles) may be the actual total. If not. it's highly unlikely the odometer has turned over more than once.