Fulvia

zagatoes30

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Just watched it, nice story but still can't fall in love with the Zagato much prefer the Coupe
 

philw696

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Just watched it, nice story but still can't fall in love with the Zagato much prefer the Coupe
Totally agreed the Coupé is the one for me.
The headlights on the Zaggato look like Vauxhall Viva.
You can't beat the four lights along with the Rally Stage Cibies.
 

zagatoes30

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The more I drive this little car the better it gets, today my 93BHP was no match for the 600BHP Aventador that choose to blast past me on the slip road on to the A43 at Silverstone but when he then slowed down so his passenger could take photos of the little Fulvia I knew who had won in the looks dept.

Bonnet alignment, well as best you can with a 70s alloy panel, and the fitment of bonnet pins have certainly calmed my nerves as it is now firmly attached to the car with no lift or twist at speed.
 

zagatoes30

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A real Lancia in a field full of Fiats ;)

Although there were some serious version of 4WD Deltas from the 8v 4x4 right through to genuine works group A rally cars

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alfatwo

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Why didn't you go to Coventry over the weekend then Andy?
There were lots of old school Lancia's, Fiats and Alfa's parked up, some I'd never seen before!

Dave
 

zagatoes30

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Decisions, problem is I like all three

Clean and tidy

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The open rally look

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or the ready but not quite stripped for action look

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Hurricane52

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Clean and tidy during the day.
Open rally after dark.
Ready for action in the garage.

Great looking motor car.
 

zagatoes30

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So the little Fulvia covered just over 600 miles to Le Mans and back without a single mishap. One slight panic when the dashboard lit up like a Christmas Tree, maybe an over statement, it was just the fuel low warning light but only on left hand corners