The Lancia Fulvia was an automobile produced by the Italian car maker Lancia between 1963 and 1976. It was named after the Via Fulvia, a Roman road connecting Tortona and Turin. The Lancia Fulvia was first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963 and was available in three variants: a 4-door Berlina saloon, a 2-door Coupé, and a 2-door Sport fastback coupé designed and built by Zagato. The Fulvia was well-known for its sharp handling and was a popular choice among rally drivers, with several wins in the European Rally Championship. The Fulvia was available with a variety of engines, including a V4 and V6, and was offered with both manual and automatic transmissions. The Lancia Fulvia was eventually replaced by the Lancia Beta in 1976.
This 1970 Lancia Fulvia 1.6 HF is one of approximately 1,250 “Fanalone” Series 1 examples produced between 1969 and 1970. It was imported to the US in the 1970s and underwent a refurbishment in the 2000s.