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Lancia Fulvia Coupe (1965 - 1976)

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series 2 coupe

reviewed by richard dziedzic on 23 January 2018
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Experience at the garage or specialist
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little gem

Best thing i ever did buying this 3 years ago.I bought it kind of by chance as i was initially looking at the Alfa 1750 and 2000 gtv but they started getting out of my price range and i could not understand why a similar car albeit with a smaller 1300cc engine but with great Italian styling and rallying pedigree could be so much cheaper in comparison.Have subsequently learnt that its the simple fact that they are just not as well known in this country ie GB and have been totally overlooked which was great for someone like me 3 years ago as the prices are rising fast now in line with the Alfas but still half the cost to buy at the moment.Logic and motoring experts agree that this trend cannot last much longer so if you have the same thoughts about buying a classic early 70s Italian beauty look no further.Do your homework and get one that has lived in a kinder enviroment and you will love it.It feels alive compared to todays non descript autos and always gets admiring glances for its looks and that sweet,raspy V4 engine.It keeps up with modern day traffic all day long and shows a lot of todays cars a clean pair of heels on tight,twisty country roads as a result of Lancias rallying pedigree as this is where it all started for the company and rallying success.

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