Founded in 1906, the company was taken over by Italian competitor Fiat in 1969.
The tradition-steeped carmaker looks back on numerous pioneering achievements in automotive engineering (the first self-supporting body), a special selection of materials and a high affinity for design with special design solutions.
The pioneering spirit gave Lancia numerous motorsport successes over a long period of time.
Designed by Pietro Castagnero in the Centro Stile at Lancia, the Fulvia was also named after a classic roman road “Via Fulvia”.
The front-wheel drive, which was very advanced at the time, disc brakes and an elaborate chassis, ensured excellent road holding. Numerous successes in motorsport and rallying quickly made the Fulvia with its clear straight lines popular.
It is still appreciated today for its elegant simplicity, whose implied forms hint at a racy sports car, but above all for its robustness.
Check those charming Lancia advertisings:
This offered 1974 Lancia Fulvia 3 shows up in complete restored condition.
The restoration took over 700 hours of time.
Everything had been taken apart like chassis, body, engine, gearbox and Interieur.
Good parts had been restored and worn out parts had been replaced.
Read here the vendor’s complete resto description:
14 years have passed after the restoration and this Fulvia still shines like new and waits for you to be collected or driven.
Because of its well maintained time of standing in a collection, it shows very few little spots of usage. If you want to drive it, the typical reanimation procedures for daily use will be easy with no trouble.
You can even use our getyourclassic door to door delivery service.
So convince yourself with the pictures and use the chance to bid on that Lancia Fulvia 3 in “Monte Carlo” style.
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