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« on: 28 February, 2019, 08:37:02 PM »

seriously tempted,   https://encheres.catawiki.eu/kavels/24355261-lancia-fulvia-2c-sedan-1966
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« Reply #1 on: 01 March, 2019, 12:24:05 AM »

Looks nice and at last the value of the Berlina is climbing towards Coupe values,.
A few pros and cons, I've never seen the colour combination of the bin and trim panel colour, it should be the same colour as the door pads and armrest, blue in this case being an early 2c, whereas later 2c's have them in black.
Nice to see it has the battery cover, most early Fulvia's no longer have there's.
Surprised to see the amount of rust on the air intake for the interior/heater.
Is the staining on top of the rad and the air cleaner box, rust or dirty water blown back from the radiator? if the latter, it suggests that the cooling system may need work.
I normally prefer the darker colours on 2c's, but this powder blue looks nice.
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« Reply #2 on: 01 March, 2019, 12:36:29 AM »

Yes, I remember the Dutch contingent on the Fulvia Knights rally calling our red Fulvias 'the English colour'. This is very much a 'Dutch colour'.  I like these pale blues and greys on coupes too.
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« Reply #3 on: 01 March, 2019, 07:09:41 AM »

Like Brian, I don't understand the interior colour combination and I cant believe its standard. The engine size in the advert is shown as 1296cc whereas it should be 1091cc and there is a brake servo fitted. The earliest Fulvia Sedan with a servo was the GTE.
The photo showing the front rh 'under-bumper' area shows bubbling or paint runs. And I don't like the inconsistencies in the under bonnet paintwork - it doesn't look right for a 36k kilometres car to me.
Nevertheless if it were close to me I would go and have a look. A good S1 Fulvia Sedan is a beautiful thing and a joy to drive ( as are all the post war pre 70's Lancia sedans) but the bodies are expensive and complicated to restore and invariably when restored are not quite as good as when new in terms of shutlines, door fit etc.
However the main thing that jumps out from this advert to me is the price. Last year, 2 really good low mileage, original lhd S1 Sedans sold for > 12k in N Europe ( and one actually  went for >15k).
So this car is either a real bargain....or its not quite what it appears to be.
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« Reply #4 on: 01 March, 2019, 10:03:26 AM »

Looks the part, am a fan of the pastel range of colours on 60s cars. I'd certainly err on side of caution, focusing on post Chris made re issues, merely from the photos.

I'd re-read quite a few VLs recently (thank you Colin) and came across an article where a member had bought a Lancia, had it checked over by not one but two experts, only to find out when it needed something doing, he had to effectively restore the lower half of the car!

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« Reply #5 on: 01 March, 2019, 04:21:31 PM »

Quick look on autoscout.it and heres a few more in the first link as a search.....then a few picked out....including a one owner car......

https://www.autoscout24.it/lst/lancia/fulvia?sort=year&desc=0&ustate=N%2CU&size=20&page=1&cy=I&pricefrom=1000&fregto=1985&body=6&atype=C&pricetype=public


https://www.autoscout24.it/annunci/lancia-fulvia-gt-unicoproprietario-benzina-bianco-2c6a368f-94b0-404a-8ddf-28bb23fe6fcd?cldtidx=17

https://www.autoscout24.it/annunci/lancia-fulvia-1-c-cambio-al-volante-benzina-grigio-1f7a0c39-f0ee-0611-e053-e350040ad733?cldtidx=1

https://www.autoscout24.it/annunci/lancia-fulvia-2c-benzina-blu-azzurro-45caa782-5187-497c-e053-e250040a63f3?cldtidx=18

https://www.autoscout24.it/annunci/lancia-fulvia-2c-prima-serie-benzina-blu-azzurro-d60c4082-1816-881c-e053-e250040aaf25?cldtidx=10


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« Reply #6 on: 01 March, 2019, 07:00:47 PM »

Thanks Frank,
There are 2 ads for the same vehicle.
Amongst these there is a 1c,(Normale) which although very nice is the underpowered very first Fulvia, the Appia it replaced had a better performance!
The 2c was introduced with more power and other changes, while the performance was what it should have been originally on the 1c.
The Gte looks nice.
I'm wary of why the 2c priced at euro 3800 is so cheap.  I liked the last one that looks very genuine from the photos on my phone.
But not one of them has photos of the engine compartment or the boot, why?
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