The color of this little Fulvia seems a kind of copper but the factory name was “Rosa Mirabello” which means “Mirabello Pink”.
It is a factory color but it’s very rare, indeed that’s the first time we see it on a Fulvia. Fulvia, by the way, which belongs to the first series – also known as “Leva lunga” (long shift lever) – and has a 1.3 Rallye engine, quite faster than the standard 1200 c.c.
The seller of this car says nothing, basically, but that this is a one owner car. We don’t know if that’s true but actually this car looks great, at least from the photos provided. No photos of the undercarriage but we have no reason to believe that it could be much worse than the rest of the car. Find it for sale at €15,900 (today $19,000) here in San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy.