The Lancia Fulvia does not need much introduction for those interested in motorsport. Also known as the Tipo 818 it was Lancia´s competition car of choice during the late 60s and early 70s. It won the World Rally Championship in 1972 when it was replaced by the incredible Stratos. Introduced at the Geneva Car show 1963 it remained in production an amazing 13 years fizzling out of production 1976. During this time it was updated many times and it came in three basic versions from the start. The Berlina or Saloon, the Coupe and the Sport, The Coupe was the car we have in the auction today and the Sport was the Zagato version of the Coupe.
The early cars are called 1,3 or 1,6 whereas the newer cars are 1300 or 1600. The competition version, sold to the public were called HF and there were also HF rallys which were even more competition orientated.
The Fulvia on offer today, is presented in white with black interior and is in good overall condition. These sporty little Italian cars were extremely popular when they arrived on the scene in the 1970s and were great to drive, as was to be expected. This is a great opportunity to purchase a lovely example of one of the most iconic Lancia models and comes with Italian paperwork.