No wonder they’re seen as a popular antithesis to the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTV. This 1971 Fulvia recently emerged on eBay, and it’s a crisp reminder of the good ‘ol days of car styling.
The Coupes might not have been fast—think zero to 60 mph in 10 seconds plus—but they were quite advanced for the day, and highly capable in the bends.
This being a 1971 Fulvia 1.3 S Coupe, this Lancia totes the 90 horsepower version of the 1.3-liter V4, and it pairs it with twin Solex carburetors, larger Girling brakes, and a five-speed gearbox. A rally car it is not, but a gorgeous cruiser, it most certainly is.