Lancia Fulvia 1.3S 2nd Series
 
Lancia Fulvia 1.3S 2nd Series
Technical Specification

Mark & Model Lancia Fulvia 1.3S 2nd Series
Year 1971
Registration plate UK
Chassis Number 818 630 009755
Engine Number 818 303 110070
Engine Capacity 1298
Transmissions Five speed manual
Mileage 35454 KM (22159 miles)
Body style Coupe
Interior color Cream
Exterior color Dark Blue
Seating capacity 2=2
Wheels and Tyres Steel
Asking Price £14,950
Following the launch in 1963,in 1969 the Fulvia range was revised, which saw the launch of the second series. From now all types (Berlina as well as coupe) have the 1.3 engine. Further the main changes are: Another grill with slightly different headlights, slightly different dashboard with new gauges and new switches, five-speed gearbox, new type of disc brakes, a diaphragm clutch, stiffer springs, an alternator, an electrically operated fan and the oil cooler was deleted. Our car is an early 1.3S dating to 1971, and has a low recorded ownership history in Italy prior to being recently imported and UK registered. Details of previous owners from 1973 are in the history file. Lancia had achieved a fair amount of success with the Flavia medium sized car when the company decided to make a more compact car, which became the Fulvia. The Fulvia debuted in 1963 at the Geneva Motor Show and the Coupe was introduced in 1965. The Fulvia Coupe formed the basis of Lancia’s assault on the world rally championship, and what an assault it turned out to be. Lancia won the 1972 International Championship for Manufacturers, the predecessor to the World Rally Championship with the Lancia Fulvia HF (noted flying Finn and Saab works driver, Simo Lampinen was at the wheel of that car). Lancia then dominated the initial years of the World Rally Championship with manufacturer wins in 1974, 1975 and 1975 with the Lancia Stratos. They returned to the winners podium in 1983 with the Lancia 037. In 1987, Lancia had the first of six consecutive WRC titles with the mighty Delta Integrale – the most successful vehicle in WRC history. All that success began with the Fulvia !
 
 
 
The Fulvia is in overall very good condition and has been well maintained during it’s life in Italy, the paintwork is excellent, and it has no doubt been professionally repainted at some stage in it’s life, additionally the interior has been retrimmed in the original colour of cream, with the engine being overhauled in Italy in late 2017.
 
Very good blue coachwork with minor blemishes, complimented by original cream interior, correct rubber mats, and wooden dashboard with good colour and finish. The seats are particularly good condition for the age and are in a condition with the mileage the car is believed to have covered.
 
 
 
All in extremely good condition, with cream seats and panels, black fitted mats, excellent dash and instrumentation.
 
In the history file are recent invoices from Italy detailing a major engine overhaul with the fitting of new pistons, bearings, valve guides, and timing chain, the carburettors were also overhauled at the same time. In addition, the Lancia has now been through our workshops, where we have overhauled the front suspension bushes and king pins. Prior to this on registration in the UK, the Lancia was issued with a new MOT on the 14th July 2018
 
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