1975 Lancia Fulvia 1.3 S3
1975 Lancia Fulvia 1.3 S3
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The Car Barn are pleased to offer for sale this beautiful RHD Series 3 1.3S Lancia Fulvia Coupe.
It has been fitted with the rare and sought after lightweight body panels, as well as genuine magnesium wheels.
Having had a large amount of Bodywork, and Mechanical work done over the past few years, this the car comes with a box full of history, and also a photographic record of the recent re-spray completed on this car.
About the Lancia Fulvia:
The Lancia Fulvia was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963 with production running all the way through to 1976. The Fulvia is notable for its role in motor racing history, including winning the International Rally Championship in 1972. On testing it in 1967, Road and Track summed up the Fulvia as ‘a precision motorcar, an engineering tour de force’. The Fulvia uses a longitudinal engine mounted in front of its transaxle. An independent suspension in front, used wishbones and a single leaf spring, while a solid axle with a panhard rod and leaf springs were used in the rear. Four-wheel Dunlop disc brakes were fitted to the first series Fulvia. With the introduction of the second series in 1970, the brakes were uprated with larger Girling calipers all round and a brake servo.
'It's a real pleasure to have a Fulvia for sale in the barn. The Fulvia is such a great little car to drive, a peppy engine that makes a great noise, combined with fun handling. On top of this it's a really pretty car, styled in a way only the Italians know how. This car has so much history, a box full of receipts and photos in fact, so if you have any specific questions or would like to come and have a look yourself, please just let us know'