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1968 Lancia Fulvia

Highest Bid:
$15,000

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1968 Lancia Fulvia

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1968 Lancia Fulvia

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1968 Lancia Fulvia

High Bidder:  CarreraRS

Auction Type:  Reserve

Highest Bid: $15,000 (USD)

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Chassis/VIN:

011960

Location:

Jacksonville, Florida

Odometer:

9,599 (Km)

Lot Number:

15714604

Engine:

V4

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

Highest Bid: $15,000 (USD)

High Bidder:  CarreraRS

Auction Type:  Reserve

Ends In:

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Chassis/VIN:

011960

Location:

Jacksonville, Florida

Odometer:

9,599 (Km)

Lot Number:

15714604

Engine:

V4

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This restored and unmodified 1968 Lancia Fulvia coupe is finished in gray over a gray cloth interior that features front bucket and rear bench seating. It comes equipped with manual crank windows, Veglia Borletti S.p.A. gauges, and a floor-mounted manual shifter. Power is provided by a 1,216cc V4 and is transferred to the road by a 4-speed manual gearbox and the front wheels. Available now, this Series I Fulvia comes with Italian documentation and a clear title.

Lancia introduced the Fulvia at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show as the replacement for the Appia. It would go on to be the last Lancia vehicle to feature the company's narrow-angle V4 engine and, in race form, win the 1972 International Rally Championship. This particular Fulvia coupe was repainted gray and features brightwork accents on its grille frame, headlight rings, front and rear bumpers, greenhouse glass trim, side mirror housings, door handles, rocker panels, and rear fascia border.

The car rolls on a set of 14-inch slotted white wheels wrapped in Bridgestone B381 tires.

Cabin furnishings include black rubber flooring material with a teal U-shaped mat in the front, gray cloth front bucket seats, a matching rear bench seat, and black and gray door panels. The black dashboard is trimmed with a woodgrain fascia and a metallic, stylized "Fulvia" badge. Equipment includes manual crank windows, a two-spoke steering wheel, a floor-mounted manual shifter, a passenger-side grab handle, and a glove compartment.

The Veglia Borletti instrumentation consists of a 180-kph speedometer, a 7k-rpm tachometer, and gauges for the fuel level, coolant temperature, and oil pressure. The odometer shows 9,599km however true mileage is unknown. 

The engine bay contains a naturally aspirated 1,216-cc 45-degree V4 engine, which is mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox and powers the front wheels.

Additional pictures of the underbody while the car is up on a lift are available in the photo carousel to the right.

Italian documentation comes with the sale of the car.

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Comments & Questions

December 28, 2021
10:53 AM

BID: $15,000

December 28, 2021
10:13 AM

BID: $13,500

December 28, 2021
08:21 AM

BID: $12,500

December 28, 2021
07:12 AM

BID: $11,500

December 28, 2021
06:23 AM
Seller

@flatplane – Any follow up regarding the vehicle history? Any known leaks? I know the drive axle boots go bad and sometimes the seals go bad as well leading to transmission leaks. Any engine leaks you can see! Also any visible rust or bubbles in the paint? Thank you for bringing the car to Autohunter. ...

At the bottom there is a link that shows the following: - Undercarriage Photos – To show there are no major leaks and or rust. - Floor Mat Photos – Showing the floor mats and underneath the floor mats. - Videos – Showing the engine idling, driving and a 360 walk around. https://1drv.ms/u/s!AnGNhwDdn5ZfhNUlr3zARfkgAfW0hA?e=2jZk2a In regards to the questions: History - We purchased this from the second owner. This is everything I have documentation wise - https://1drv.ms/u/s!AnGNhwDdn5ZfheYtimDdqw4InkLUoA?e=IKkCy1 Mechanical Leaks – The car is stored in an air conditioned showroom. We turn on and let the cars idle one every week or two. There are no signs of any leakage underneath the Fulvia after a two + week period. As far as driving, the vehicle drove excellent and did not show any signs of mechanical concerns. Exterior Paint – The overall body is excellent and it does not have any bubbling. The only imperfections to be seen are in the creases where the panels meet or end. Please review the detailed photos in the first link above.

December 27, 2021
04:11 PM
Bidder

Any follow up regarding the vehicle history? Any known leaks? I know the drive axle boots go bad and sometimes the seals go bad as well leading to transmission leaks. Any engine leaks you can see! Also any visible rust or bubbles in the paint? Thank you for bringing the car to Autohunter.

December 26, 2021
03:34 AM

This looks like a really nice rare "original" Fulvia 1.2 with the 1216cc engine. I presume it has the original engine in?! (from vin 19600 (in 1967) there was a 1231cc engine fitted to the 1.2) The hubcaps are not right for the 1.2 these are for the 1.3S first serie coupe. But the correct ones are available at online shops. It seems that the front seats are reupholstered with the correct type of cloth. From the pictures it seems that the exterior colour is "Grigio Tor di Valle" if the car left the factory in this colour than it could have either had the cloth grey or the imitation leather in bordeaux. It seems that the rear benchand door-cards have the original grey?! from what I can see from the pictures. So that would probably be the original cloth from the factory. The dash wood veneer is original. It would be nice to see the wooden steering wheel without the cover.

December 23, 2021
10:38 AM
Seller

@Mygirlscout – So, is this a 1968 or a 1966? Anno di costruzione dice 1966. And, can we get a peek under the floor mats? ...

Hello Mygirlscout, thank you your message. I apologies for the confusion but yes, this is a 1966. I will have the listing updated as soon as possible. As far as photos of underneath the floor mats, I will have these uploaded by the end of today.

December 23, 2021
10:32 AM
Seller

@flatplane – Any records on the engine rebuild? Also, I was wondering about the cloth seats, I don't think I've ever seen one with cloth seats? ...

Hello Flatplane, as of now we do not have any records. We have reached out to the prior collector in Europe but due to the Holiday I may not have a reply until next week. As far as the seats, yes they are cloth. I know they were reupholstered but unsure if they were originally cloth from the factory.

December 23, 2021
08:57 AM

So, is this a 1968 or a 1966? Anno di costruzione dice 1966. And, can we get a peek under the floor mats?

December 22, 2021
09:36 PM

BID: $10,250

December 22, 2021
09:21 PM
Bidder

Any records on the engine rebuild? Also, I was wondering about the cloth seats, I don't think I've ever seen one with cloth seats?

December 22, 2021
04:52 PM

BID: $10,000

December 22, 2021
03:43 PM

BID: $8,000

December 22, 2021
08:19 AM

BID: $6,800

December 21, 2021
01:19 PM

BID: $6,000

December 21, 2021
12:45 PM

BID: $3,500

December 21, 2021
08:27 AM

BID: $2,500

December 21, 2021
08:27 AM

BID: $1,000

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