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Author Topic: Fulvia 1976 for sale  (Read 2593 times)
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« on: 18 May, 2020, 09:18:30 AM »

Hi all ,
The time has come for me to part with my Fulvia s3 , a car I always wanted and am glad I had and enjoyed  , but as serial old car buyer I am moving on and need the garage space in the near future .
It's a sorted solid rust free Rosso York LHD Italian car with 80kms, I've had it for the last 2 years over which time I've regularly used and maintained it and like to think improved it , Interior refreshed with new carpets , dash & S2 steering wheel , New tyres , Rear shocks & ARB bushes all round , Rear Brake calliper replaced , Carbs rebuilt , CV joints rebuilt - Runs like a dream , and has been getting regular use .

I'm looking for £14750 ono

I'm based in South London / Kent , any questions give me a call - Steve 07843033259 , let's hope the movement / distancing guidance will relax in the coming weeks

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« Reply #1 on: 18 May, 2020, 04:43:08 PM »

That's a lovely looking Fulvia but can i suggest a small modification? You've got a battery kill switch under the bonnet where it might be difficult to get to in an emergency. Can you run a pull cable/T handle into the cabin so it can operated if needed?

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« Reply #2 on: 19 May, 2020, 05:42:02 AM »

Interesting idea , would certainly look good in a rally based car. The power kill switch came with the car and I,ve got into the habit of switching it off when the car is parked away for any extended period In the winter or am working on the car , but never thought of it as it in an emergency function . Iíll leave that thought for the new owner .
Cheers Steve
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