After perusing through the Lancia website, it's hard not to get the impression that the glory days are over. Forever. With a few rebadged Chrysler products accompanying some smaller rebadged Fiat products, this company has turned into a shell of its former self. It was a company that dominated the World Rally scene for years and embraced innovative engineering solutions. Now, it has limited market reach and is a brand virtually forgotten in North America.
However, the classics will always be with us. This early Fulvia coupe is perhaps one of the prettiest cars that Lancia ever built. It's the car that kicked off Lancia's rallying dominance and you can experience it for yourself with this example for sale in California.
Model: Fulvia 1.2
Engine: 1.2 liter V4
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 81,358 mi
Price: Reserve auction
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Lancia Fulvia Coupe 1.2 1966 with 1.6HF S2 engine newly rebuilt complete long block only 4,500 miles from install date. This car is a first series car all steel body full restore and well sorted out. Interior near perfect condition with the same 4 speed Trans. I purchase the car from Cuneo, Italy in 2008 and install the new engine on 2010, this car has so much power that will out performed any 1.3 many upgrades done to accommodate the new power. From new de carbon shocks to new 1.6HF exhaust. Just to give you an idea if you were to buy just the engine in Europe is 16K at your door step not including all the necessary parts to convert this car to 1.6HF and labor involve. Reason for sale do to a business opportunity that has presented recently I must sale my # 1 car. Any questions please call 310-830-2103 serious buyers only please.
This is a very nicely presented Fulvia, if the color and steel wheels are a bit ordinary. Regardless, it's nice to see an early, simpler one preserved so well. Even the seats look like they have never been sat in. Fully restored with an engine rebuild, there shouldn't be much to worry about going forward. In terms of value, a 1.2 Fulvia like this in top shape should bring between $20,000 to $25,000.