1969 Lancia Fulvia 1.3-litre GTE Saloon  Chassis no. 8183115239 Engine no. 24562

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1969 Lancia Fulvia 1.3-litre GTE Saloon
Registration no. VGY 44G Chassis no. 8183115239 Engine no. 24562

Sold for £ 2,300 (US$ 2,818) inc. premium
1969 Lancia Fulvia 1.3-litre GTE Saloon
Registration no. VGY 44G
Chassis no. 8183115239
Engine no. 24562
The introduction of the Fulvia saloon in 1963 maintained Lancia's reputation for innovation in automobile design. The boxily-styled Appia replacement featured an all-new, narrow-angle, overhead-camshaft V4 engine, front wheel drive, independent front suspension by double wishbones and disc brakes all round. Engines of 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 litres were offered on the Fulvia Series I, only the latter two continuing on the re-styled, longer-wheelbase Series II (1969-71). The 1.3-litre engine produced 87bhp, an exemplary output that bettered that of many contemporary 1.6-litre units, making the little Fulvia a genuine 100mph car. The vendor acquired this righthand-drive example in November 1995, at which time the vehicle was in the same excellent un-restored condition it is presented in today. On purchase the car was extensively corrosion-proofed by Newman & Jones, of London SW4 (invoice included) all under-surfaces and body/chassis cavities being protectively Waxoyled. Further works have included a complete brake overhaul - new master cylinder, servo, slave cylinders, friction pads - new steering ball joints and bushes, overhauled radiator core and a complete exhaust system using new Lancia parts. Described by the private vendor as in very good original condition throughout, the car is offered with sundry expired MoTs, current road fund licence, Swansea V5 and MoT to May 2003.
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