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« Reply #45 on: 27 April, 2020, 03:59:32 PM »

Leather was available on all models that this colour chart covered ( a richiesta su tutte le vetture - available on all models)
I cant see a date on the brochure ( unless the 970 at the bottom of the back cover means 1970?) but the Fulvia Coupe 1,3S model was only made in 1968 and 1969 so the chart is for that general period i.e late 60's production..
Our rhd GTE 818.311 009043 was towards the end of GTE production and was sold new in Zurich being first registered there on 01.07.1969.
And finally the colours in the chart do not reproduce accurately using digital photography. 'My Beige Villa Glori' for example in the chart is lighter than in my photo.
Hope this helps.


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« Reply #46 on: 26 May, 2020, 12:18:55 PM »

Brian thatís great and Iíll gladly accept the door trim. Let me know when you have dug it out.

Do you mean three models of Series 1 Berlinas in the UK or 3 actual cars...no surely 3 models right...

That cloth was only £15/m which I thought was a bargain.

Tom
Tom, I'll get it out and send you a photo.
Since I found Fay in 1997and I've only ever known two other UK Rhd series 1 2c Berlinas.
One, the oldest one belonged to Robin Lacey and was registered in 1965.
Fay was Registered 1st January 1966, but as far as I can tell was built about May 1965, she had one previous owner, and off the road for 21 years.
The 3rd when I first saw it was owned by Michael Newberry, and was a 1967 car OPD 37E, this gained a measure of fame a few owners down the road when Peter Baker took part in the Historique Monte Carlo.
Both changing hands a few times they are now in the Irish Republic, owned by Alan Murphy, both have previously had changes, and are no longer 2c specification, and have been fitted with 1300cc engines.
Alan intends restoring OPD 37E, and much work has been carried out, while CTM is used frequently abroad, having travelled as far as Greece.
They also carry new Irish Registration Numbers.
So my Fay is the only UK RHD 2c, and I think the oldest RHD UK Fulvia., and the only 2c to original specification.
I believe there is a RHD GT? In THE UK, although I don't think it was originally UK registered..
Australia appears to have the greatest number of RHD Fulvia series 1 Berlinas.
Brian
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Hi.
I have just imported a 1967 S1 Berlina GT from Italy. It's RHD, in white with black vinyl interior and it's my first Lancia. It's from Ascoli Piceno, famous for the huge earthquake in 2016 during which virtually all history/paperwork about my car was supposedly destroyed. So as well as investigating the rather rusty/bodged underside, I'm embarking on a bit of an investigation into its history. Not least finding out the date of first registration, which shows only the year on the documentation I have. Probably the DVLA will need more to issue the car with GB papers....
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Robert
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« Reply #47 on: 26 May, 2020, 01:03:36 PM »

Hi Robert,
Congratulations in joining the exclusive Berlina
Owners.
Any idea of origins as coming from Italy it would normally have been LHD, although Chris Gawne has a Rhd that came from Switzerland.
If you can let me have model, chassis and engine numbers I can pin something down for you.
Brian
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« Reply #48 on: 26 May, 2020, 01:54:17 PM »

Not least finding out the date of first registration, which shows only the year on the documentation I have. Probably the DVLA will need more to issue the car with GB papers....
Cheers
Robert

You need to contact Neil Priestman in the back of VL DVLA Liason to get a letter authenticating your car and the process for getting it registered with DVLA (who are still shutdown due to Covid19 work restrictions in Wales)...
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« Reply #49 on: 26 May, 2020, 01:55:32 PM »

Yes indeed welcome to a very exclusive group Robert. I reckon there are fewer of us series 1 Fulvia Berlina owners in the UK than there are Ferrari Daytonas.
Itís only a guess but if your car is showing signs of rust and itís RHD then is there a chance that it was taken to Italy by someone from the UK with a second home there? Maybe it spent the early part of its life in the UK.
Good luck with your project and keep us all up to date with your progress. Lots of help and bits available on here.
Cheers Tom
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« Reply #50 on: 27 May, 2020, 07:12:39 AM »

You (or your seller) can ask the local ACI office for a "visura" namely an official document showing the car history: small cost and usually available in a short time. Even if the area was badly damaged by earthquake (not Acoli Piceno downtown to my knowledge), the data are stored centrally in Rome. Andrea
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« Reply #51 on: 27 May, 2020, 08:29:51 AM »

Thanks Andrea. Actually even the visura only shows the year of registration.

 


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« Reply #52 on: 27 May, 2020, 09:04:49 AM »

Here are production records of 818.211 Fulvia GT variant. I am not aware that there are any more detailed records available than these sadly.
I think your car is 818.211.04767 which shows it was made in 1967.
I am slightly surprised that you have a rusty bodged underside if the car has spent its life in central Italy.
I am sure you wont have any problems with our DVLA as long as you get a letter from the LMC confirming the date of build and the attached factory document.
I am also certain that you will get to know and love your S1 Fulvia Berlina!
Chris


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« Reply #53 on: 27 May, 2020, 09:11:56 AM »

Here are production records of 818.211 Fulvia GT variant. I am not aware that there are any more detailed records available than these sadly.
I think your car is 818.211.04767 which shows it was made in 1967.
I am slightly surprised that you have a rusty bodged underside if the car has spent its life in central Italy.
I am sure you wont have any problems with our DVLA as long as you get a letter from the LMC confirming the date of build and the attached factory document.
I am also certain that you will get to know and love your S1 Fulvia Berlina!
Chris

Thanks a million Chris. Yes. That's the car alright.

I can't wait to get it on the road!



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« Reply #54 on: 27 May, 2020, 10:24:04 AM »

The chassis number suggests a floor change and 1231 engine ??

I love my GT ('67 RHD, floor change/1231) , indeed just back from Aldi, where you can get a 250euro Aldi-shop in the boot (I only go every 3 weeks .....) they are so practical !

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« Reply #55 on: 27 May, 2020, 10:43:05 AM »

Letís hope it doesnít need a Ďfloor changeí...
Robert what condition is the interior in? You said black vinyl or TVE in Lancia speak
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« Reply #56 on: 27 May, 2020, 11:02:41 AM »

Haha! No. I think the front floors will prove repairable. The sills need more work though sadly....

Great to hear how happy you are with your car Chris. It sounds identical. Sporty floor change and 1231cc. I'm so excited to have it up and running!
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« Reply #57 on: 27 May, 2020, 12:19:37 PM »


Robert what condition is the interior in? You said black vinyl or TVE in Lancia speak
Cheers
Tom
The interior is going to need some work by a trimmer for sure Tom, but I'm hoping repair, as opposed to full renovation, will be possible. All being well we'll be able to find a good matching vinyl to replace the 3-4panels which are torn/cracked.
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« Reply #58 on: 27 May, 2020, 03:24:16 PM »

Slightly off topic but this morning I saw a blue Berlina motoring along Beulah Hill in Norwood South London. Managed to wave and got a peep back.
Is this car local to the area?
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« Reply #59 on: 27 May, 2020, 05:50:42 PM »

Hi Robert,
We have a rhd GTE - 1298 cc in Italy with a 50mm centre exhaust which gives a little more power and noise. The nippy blue GT is Simon's in France.
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