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1968 Lancia Fulvia Zagato Sport 1.3

1968 Lancia Fluvia Sport 1.3 Front Corner

This Zagato bodied Lancia Fulvia might not be a barn find, but it’s a survivor that was a museum piece for the majority of its life. When the current owner purchased the car, it had a claimed 9,900 miles, but since the speedometer was changed when it was imported to the States there is no way to verify this. The current owner has put 4,900 miles on the car since buying it and has taken incredible care of the car. They have decided to sell it, so if you’re interested it can be found at FantasyJunction.com with an asking price of $24,000.

1968 Lancia Fluvia Sport 1.3 Front

Zagato bodied a variety of Italian cars, the most famous and valuable being the Alfa Romeo TZ, but they also bodied many Lancias. The early Fulvia Sports were bodied in aluminum, but later models where made of steel with various aluminum components.

1968 Lancia Fluvia Sport 1.3 Interior

This car’s interior is perfect and has obviously been well maintained. The dash cap is free of cracks and the wood looks bright and well finished. The gauges look great as well and are in working order, we wish the original speedometer was still with the car though. The rubber mats have recently been replaced, but are correct for the car.

1968 Lancia Fluvia Sport 1.3 Engine

This Fulvia is powered by the 1.3 liter narrow angle V4 with twin carbs, which allows it to produce 87 hp. The engine drives the front wheels through a 4 speed gear box and is capable of carrying this car all the way up to 110 mph.

1968 Lancia Fluvia Sport 1.3 Rear Corner

This might be one of the best looking Fulvias we have ever seen in the States and with its 1.3 liter sport tuned engine, we bet it’s a fun little car to drive. There aren’t many of these cars that made it to the States and even fewer that are in this kind of condition, but we aren’t sure if it justifies the $24,000 asking price. Maybe with a bit of negotiating this car can be had for a more reasonable price.


  1. Paul Wegweiser

    It’s “Fulvia” isn’t it?

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  2. Barn Finds

    Thanks Paul for catching that typo, we apologize for the error.

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