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Lancia Fulvia 1.3 S Coupe 3 1976 (Historic Plate) Red
The Lancia Fulvia (Tipo 818) was first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963 and was designed in-house by Lancia stylist Piero Castagnero and it was named after Fulvia Flacca Bambula, an aristocratic Roman woman and wife of Mark Antony.
There were various models produced between 1963 and 1976 and the last model was the Coupe Fulvia 3 -Tipo 818.630 - which was introduced in 1974 with a new design of seats incorporating headrests and new white faced instrument dials with an updated range of trim colours, materials and options. Mechanically the same as the earlier 1.3S S2 Coupes except for the addition of emission control on the solex carburettors.
Just arrived from Italy, this beautiful LHD Fulvia 1.3 S Chassis: 075288 is one of the last of the Series 2 cars known as the Coupe 3 and was built in Turin in late 1975 and first registered on 17th February 1976 in L'Aquila in central Italy. It is finished in Rosso Red with a Tan interior and the customary Green carpets, White faced instruments, 1298cc V4 SOHC Engine, 5 Speed Gearbox, Disc brakes on all 4 wheels and sitting on its original 14" Cromodora magnesium Wheels with Pirelli Cinturato tyres.
The speedometer is showing 28,309 kms which is unlikely to be genuine, but as with most Italian cars there is very little history and therefore we cannot confirm this as being its original mileage from new, although we are told by the Italian owners that the car itself is very 'original' and has only been repainted in Italy. The bodywork is exceptional and close examination reveals no rust whatsoever and the underside of the car is also excellent.
We are just preparing the car for UK registration and it will be fully serviced & MOT'd prior to sale.
Further information and photo's to follow.
(Library photo of identical car)
Car on display @ our showrooms in Mortlake
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