I'm sure some of you have been waiting awhile to see me find another one of these.
1967 Fulvia Rallye 1.3 coupe.
It even has the alloy doors & lids, not to metion Dellorto carburetters.
It is owned by a Lancia enthusiast I have known for almost 30 years.
Always garage kept, 48,107km, originally imported by a Silicone Valley CEO for his collection.
The owner has a fleet of other cool stuff ( Including an Appia Vignale convertible currently being restored, & as I understand it, more tractors than you could justify to your wife.)
Very light use over the 15 years he has owned it.
I have done some brake & suspension work over the years, & a bit of tuning.
If you wanted two of these, I honestly could not get one in this condition out of Italy for less than $20,000 US these days.
The few that are left are considered national treasures by their owners & prices are steadily rising.
The days of a low mileage 6500 euro S1 with alloy panels are over,
Well enjoy looking at this one & consider maybe owning it.
It's a good investment .
Time period correct alloys........ Super straight panels & bumpers.
Dash in great shape
Front & back upholstry clean under the seat covers
A strong motor with no known isues.
These have become very hard to find.
I get many requests, but I rarely can offer one for sale.
This known history car has spent the last 20 years in California collections & is worth thinking about.
Shucks. Even if you didn't like cars, it could be considered a strong commodity investment.
Sell some GM stock & buy this sweetheart.
Could be the coolest thing in your portfolio.
Oops. Someone else has bought it. Off to a good home in Indiana........