For a car that kicked off a string of victories in what would eventually become Lancia's dominance on the world rally stage, the Fulvia certainly gets less recognition these days than it deserves. This beatuiful little coupe went on to win the 1972 International Championship and the 1969 Marathon de La Route 84 hours of Nürburgring. With a narrow angle V4 engine, front-wheel drive and four-wheel disc brakes, this was an agile little car that famed motoring critic Jeremy Clarkson likened to a "rorty sorbet." This Fulvia for sale in Italy is an early Series 1 model that has had a repaint and has been kept stock.
Lancia Fulvia Coupe 1 Series, 1966. Car shows in a good state and has been completely repainted in the original color. Interior has been completely redone. Original Targa and booklet. Targa Gold ASI with certificate. TÜV is two years valid. Car ready to be moved on the road.
At a bit over $17,000, these Fulvias are a sports car bargain and the perfect car for someone looking for an interetsting altermatove to the usual Alfa Romeo GTV.