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1967 Lancia Fulvia Sport 1300

Chassis no. 818332001289
Engine no. 84967
Coachbuilder Zagato
One of the rarest models competition that ran the Monte Carlo Rally and the Targa Florio.

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At the 1965 Geneva Motor Show Lancia introduced the new Fulvia Coupé and in the same year at the Turin Motor Show Zagato presented its own sporting interpretation, as he had done in the past for the Lancia Appia, Flaminia and Flavia models. Designed by Ercole Spada, the Fulvia Sport had an aerodynamic and lightened peraluminium body.
Zagato built just less than 30 examples of the “Competizione” model, which achieved its best results winning the class at the 1969 Daytona 24 Hours and Sebring 12 Hours. This car, the second built, was sold to the Italian gentleman driver Fiorenzo Genta who ran it at the 1968 Monte Carlo Rally and Italian hill-climbs, winning the GT class up to 1.3-liter of the Italian Championship; in 1969 it was raced by Anastasio.