Saturday 9th August 2008 Motor Cars at 17:00
Viewing: Friday 8th August from 10:00 to 19:00
Saturday from 10:00
Admission by catalogue only - admits two.
It was in 1965 that Lancia launched the Fulvia coupé. Designed in-house, it was powered by a twin cam V4 engine of 1,216cc producing 80bhp, while the 1.2 HF, for High Fidelity, followed with less trim and 88bhp. For 1968 engine capacity increased again to 1,584cc: the 1968 1.6 HF, boasting 114bhp (and 118mph/0-60mph in 9.9 seconds), a five speed gearbox, wider tyres on 13" alloy wheels, fibreglass wheelarches and 7" inner headlamps, represented the ultimate development of the Fulvia - a fact proved by victory in the 1969 Mediterranean, Elba and RAC Rallies as well as the 84 Hour Marathon de la Route. This Lancia sports coupe was delivered new to Italy and arrived to Germany in 2005. It must have led a sheltered life which is reflect