Lancia Fulvia Sport 1.3 S Zagato
First Registration 1971, Lancia Fulvia Sport 1.3 S Zagato, Series 2 (1970-1972)
5-Speed Dog-Leg Gearbox
Disc brakes all around
Swiss Road Registration with „Veteran“ entry
The Lancia Fulvia Sport was designed by Zagato on commission from Lancia. At the end of 1965, Lancia presented the Fulvia Sport, a Coupé that was visually completely different from the other Fulvia variants and was produced at the factory in Terrazano di Rho with a great effort of handcrafting. Mechanically identical to the Fulvia Coupé, improved aerodynamics and a weight-reducing body (aluminium bonnets and doors) gave it more driving fun and improved performance. The rear window opened electrically a fraction wide to ensure good ventilation of the interior. The side-opening engine bonnet is also a very special feature.
All Fulvia versions had disc brakes all round and an uprated chassis delivered excellent handling. The modern V4 engine with the uncommon 13-degree cylinder angle, twin overhead camshafts and twin carburettors provided a unique engine sound.
This Fulvia Sport Zagato is in a very well maintaned and beautiful condition. This car has also been mechanically checked and serviced by our specialist workshop.
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