LANCIA FULVIA 1973
The Lancia Fulvia is a light and airy 4 seater with stylish 1960s design, a perky 1.3 engine and easy five speed gearbox, equally at home on the road or rallying.
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ENGINE: V4 1298cc
FUEL: Unleaded 98
TRANSMISSION: 5-Speed Synchro Manual
ACCELERATION: 0-60mph: 11.9s
TOP SPEED: 103mph/166kph
FUEL ECONOMY: 26.7mpg
SEATS: 2 with lap belts and rear bench
LAYOUT: Front Engine Rear Drive - LHD
KEY FEATURES: Up-rated engine, upgraded gearbox, full servo disc brakes, otherwise an all original beauty.
The Lancia Fulvia was produced by Lancia between 1963 and 1976. Named after Via Fulvia, the Roman road leading from Tortona to Turin, it was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963 and manufactured in three variants: Berlina 4-door saloon, 2-door Coupé, and Sport.
It was with the Fulvia that Lancia went officially back into racing after its withdrawal from Formula 1 in 1955; this time the effort was focused on rallying.
Fulvia’s are noted for their role in motorsport history, including a 1972 win of the International Rally Championship. Road 'n' Track described the Fulvia as "a precision motorcar, an engineering tour de force". The design of the Lancia was quite revolutionary, with front wheel drive and a narrow-angle DOHC V4 engine mounted well forward at a 45° angle.
The car we have is a series 2 with an uprated engine, and 2+2 seating. The cabin is light and airy, and with 5 speed gearbox, a pleasure to drive.
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