Fulvia

Oneball

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Because this has turned into a bit of a rallying thread is anyone able to explain how I’ve just sold these for £250. They came out of a 309 built by Peugeot Sport hence the flash on the top. Am I missing something and they’re worth way more than I thought???
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philw696

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FB_IMG_1700341761233.jpgAntragues Monte Carlo 1969. The Lancia Fulvia of Rauno Aaltonen - Henry Liddon after an accident, the Fulvia rolled before hitting a tree. Both Fulvias -Rauno's and Tony's- went off just within a kilometre. Rauno's Fulvia was able to continue but the time card was lost and they were disqualified. After this picture was taken the card was found. It was between the roof and the roll-over-gauge.
 

lifes2short

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Because this has turned into a bit of a rallying thread is anyone able to explain how I’ve just sold these for £250. They came out of a 309 built by Peugeot Sport hence the flash on the top. Am I missing something and they’re worth way more than I thought???
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it's all about originality, if you own a rare car then buying hard to find original parts is a must and i suspect your buyer is probably chuffed to bits to have found some original seats, i'm continually on the lookout for spares for my group b motors
 

Oneball

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it's all about originality, if you own a rare car then buying hard to find original parts is a must and i suspect your buyer is probably chuffed to bits to have found some original seats, i'm continually on the lookout for spares for my group b motors
I hope so. I’ll ask him tomorrow, if they’re for a car I’ll be happy.