1967 LANCIA FULVIA SPORT ZAGATO 1,3

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Result : 49 200EUR

1967 LANCIA FULVIA SPORT ZAGATO 1,3

Serial number 818332001277
Rare all-aluminium version
Eligible in many historic rallies
French collector's registration document

Appeared in 1963, the Lancia Fulvia is a revolution in the automotive world of the 1960s. It adopts front wheel drive and a V, V4 engine for the intimate ones. In 1965, two coupes appear in the Fulvia catalogue, the Fulvia Coupé developed by the factory, and the very exclusive Fulvia Sport created by Ercole Spada, designer for Zagato. Unusual and aerodynamic, the Fulvia Sport was first equipped with the 1200 cc of 80 horsepower moving an aluminium body which, when assembled, weighed no more than 950 kilograms. In 1967, the Fulvia Zagato adopts the 1300 engine with 87 horsepower. From the 710th Fulvia Sport, the bodywork loses aluminium for the sheet metal, not keeping aluminium for the doors and windows. In 1970, the bodywork switches to all-steel, then in 1972, the Sport uses the 1600 developing 115 horsepower.

This Fulvia Sport Zagato was introduced in 1967. Prepared for historic competition, it features wide fenders, lightweight rims, a six-point roll bar, semi-cushioned seats and a circuit-breaker. The interior was lightened, including the windows. The mechanics are in good working order.
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