This is a first series Lancia Fulvia Coupé and that’s quite rare in the U.S. It was also known as “Leva lunga” (italian for “Long shift lever). So far so good, but then rust comes into play.
The odd (but good) thing is that the seller has several spare parts, including some original metal sheets which are extremely rare to find even in Italy: that’s a very good news even though the metal work to do here should not be underestimated. On the other side, as already said, thee are many spares that come with the car.
Those parts include spare wheel and jack, and some tools. The engine is said to have been rebuilt by a famous local Lancia shop, interior is nice original with all parts in place with a period radio installed, and all glasses are original and in great shape. It comes with 4 new steel front and rear quarter panels. Find it for sale at $6,500 (o.b.o.) here in Livingston Manor, NY.