The large high beams of this car, used for the nighttime special stages of the Montecarlo rally gave to this Fulvia HF the nickname “Fanalone” which, indeed, means “big headlight”.
This particular car looks in very good conditions and also the seller confirms that as he says that the car has recently been revised completely with new brakes, ball joints, rubber mounts and, last but not least, it has been repainted five years ago.
The body is said to be original and basically rust-free, the only major modification is about the carburetors which are now a couple of Weber 45 but the original Dell’Orto and the matching airbox will come with the car. The seller also considers a partial trade with a collectible car which could interest him. Find it for sale at €69,000 (today $77,000) here in Juan-les-Pins, France.