Sold Lancia Fulvia Series II 1600 HF Group 4 team Marlboro Recreation

£44,500

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Recreation of the ex-works car as driven by Kallstrom, Lampiren and Ballestrieri.  With exception of 1970 the Lancia Fulvia won the Italian Rally Championship every year from 1965 to 1973.  The Fulvia racing career reached its zenith in 1972, when Lancia won the International Championship for Manufacturers two rounds in advance.

We have here a 1972 tarmac rally road car completely rebuilt to an amazing standard.  This excellent reliable car is eligible for most historic tarmac events. This is a unique Lancia Fulvia, one of the best prepared cars on the market and ready to go to its new home.

This car is featured in this months Classic cars magazine ,pick up a copy and see what they had to say about this unique 1600HF !

www.classiccarsmagazine.co.uk

Bodywork and chassis

Alloy bonnet, boot lid and doors, perspex windows. Every part of the car has been removed and lightened or remanufactured including the subframe.  The front wings and front panel have been replaced with original Italian spec.  works type arches, fitted and then sprayed immaculate Rosso Red with team Marlboro livery.

Interior

Full roll cage, custom built dashboard with terra trip classic 202 and branze rally timer, full fire system, alloy foot rest, race battery and holder, map lights, electrical cut off, brake bypass adjuster, classic rally style seats with 4 point harnesses, Abarth steering wheel.

Exterior

Cromodora 6 x 14 alloy mag wheels with 175-70-14 Vredestein tyres, cibie spot lamps, alloy sum guard.

Engine

1600 balanced engine with forged high compression pistons, rally spec camshafts, Group 4 inlet and exhaust manifolds, twin 45 dellorto carbs fed by works style alloy fuel tank and electric pump.  Custom made alloy breather tank, goodridge hoses throughout, oil cooler, luminition ignition.

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