We featured a Fulvia Zagato at the very beginning of the month, but the more I keep eyeing these stylish little sports cars, the closer they are to securing a place on my automotive bucket list. With narrow angle V4 engine mounted at a 45 degree angle, they certainly lived up to the unique engineering solutions Lancia was famous for. This one for sale in Florida is a bit toned down in silver, but the color looks sharp with the black seats and red carpeting.
1972 Lancia Fulvia Zagato 1.3S Series II 5-speed. Good condition, everything works including rear window motor. Body excellent shape, no dents or dings. Runs well, no mechanical problems. Good original interior. Good electrical system, three owners from new. We have complete documentation. The miles are marked in the velocimeter 31,580 (19,800 miles) but maybe 131,580 (82,000 miles). Had no major accidents. $25,500 firm
Excellent examples of the Fulvia Zagato are closing in on $40,000 these days, so this example in the mid $20k range is just about right. The fact that the owner does not know whether the car has 31,000 or 131,000 km on the clock is a bit disconcerting and raises a few questions regarding the car's history and documentation. If I was in the market, I'd obviously want to examine the complete documentation the vehicle is said to come with to get to the bottom of that question. Otherwise, it looks to be a solid example of a rorty little Italian classic.