This 1967 Fulvia Zagato belongs to the first series, so it is bodied with aluminium. This is the only reason why it doesn’t drip rust from everywhere. Otherwise it shows the typical “scratched look” of aluminium cars when not cared during the years. Shame on the twin headlights but they are easily replaceable with the correct euro-style rectangular ones.
The seller says that this car doesn’t have any structural damages. We believe him but watching the car from the undercarriage p.o.v. this car has paid an big due to rust. A huge metal patch it’s clearly visible under the driver seat, and that will not be the only area to be fixed.
Interiors are not abused but they’re tired, very tired, and need a big makeover. Would it be worth the effort? We think that even paying the car $1,000 it would be however a labour of love, so lovers can find it here in Pleasanton, CA, with bidding at $4,550 and reserve not met.