1971 Lancia Fulvia
A rare sight on the road, this little Fulvia represents proper bang for buck fun and style. Considerably cheaper than its Alfa Romeo rival, and with equal (arguably superior) handling and an addictive exhaust note, this little pocket rocket is quite the prospect.
We’ve had the pleasure of looking after this car since the owner purchased the car in Milan and drove it back to the UK without a hitch around 2 years ago.
Back in Italy it did some gentle road rallying, hence the de-bumpered body, rally spot lights and nose-down stance. Being the Series 2 model, this example has the fantastic 5-speed dogleg gearbox and softer looks of the early cars with pre-Fiat cost cutting build quality.
Mechanically on the button, with recent new clutch, upgraded alternator and rolling road tuned, dyno’d and set up by CCK Historic just last week, the little Fulvia is ready for a new owner to enjoy her charms. A usable, presentable car offering a spritely and engaging drive, we can’t help but think these Lancias are one to have.