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1968 Lancia Fulvia GT: Drool-Worthy!

1968 Lancia Fulvia GT

I think I’ve died and gone to oddball Italian car heaven! The seller of this beautiful Lancia Fulvia is obviously a connoisseur of fine Italian cars. Seeing a Lancia on our shores is a relatively rare occurrence, so when I see one here I tend to get rather excited, but I hardly even noticed the four door Fulvia with so many interesting cars parked behind it! I actually don’t understand why the seller put the above photo in the mix, as it instantly distracts me from their lovely Lancia (it also made me drool a little on my favorite shirt!) I honestly would love to drive this Fulvia, even if it’s just to say that I’ve had the opportunity to do so. Be sure to look at the rest of the seller’s photos, which can be seen here on eBay or view it in New Egypt, New Jersey. It really is a lovely car and deserves a good home! I won’t lie, if I lived nearby I would be dropping by for an inspection and a tour of that garage! So would you take the Lancia or one of the other cars in their collection?


  1. Avatar photo Tirefriar

    The outfit in NJ has been importing Italian cars for some time now. They are not collectors but rather dealers, and judging from the condition of some of the cars they offered in the past I doubt they are connoisseurs. Rather business men addressing the rising tide in the italian berlinas market in U.S.

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  2. Avatar photo VIKING

    I know of an 1981 lancia zagato you could by for less than 2000 dollars here in so. cal. dent and rust free. I don’t know why zagatos is not collectible, the blue book price, I think is only about 3000 dollars for a restorable condition one. The only thing missing on this one is the air filter box mass air flow unit. It will also need a new rear ragtop vinyl and plastic window, the top is also removable. This sporty 5 speed lancia is far better looking than the fulvia gt on the ad. if this zagato is worth @10000 dollars in good running condision I might buy it. If not, you can have it. I really have to many cars already, a 64 volvo p1800, 1974 saab sonett, 63 cadillac coupe deville in as near new condition, has been in hi- desert all the time zero rust, it is for sale, I am moving so I must sell off my cars. Let me know and I will give you my cell phone number.

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  3. Avatar photo Dolphin Member

    Yes definitely a dealer. Many of his auctions are titled ‘Alfa Romeo’ but are other cars, in some cases very other cars, like Jeep Wagoneers. He has sold some very good looking Lancias that actually look like they were imported from sunny Italy—no rust at all on the underside. Mostly good feedback, with one negative, so mostly OK.

    He’s in New Jersey with what looks like a warehouse with quite a few cars. Might be best to visit and look them over since you could get a lot of looking done on quite a few cars and then bid if interested. But some or all of the imports might not have the import process complete and might “come with Italian paperwork and customs forms” and nothing else, like this Lancia. You would need to know what the rest of the import process involves to get the car on the road legally in the US. If he’s doing all the legwork and paperwork to get them over here from Europe as a business that’s positive for increasing choices on Ebay, IMHO. You just need to know how to complete the process.

    This Fulvia looks to be in pretty good condition and would drive well if that’s true, but it’s from the boxy berlina era and doesn’t appeal to me nearly as much as some of the other cars he has offered. Better to visit and find what appeals. It looks like there might be some pretty good choices.

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