This pale blue Fulvia Zagato has been featured on the cover of the italian classic cars bi-monthly magazine “Automobilismo d’Epoca”, and that’s a good start.
We didn’t read the article about it (just because we don’t have that magazine issue) so the only things that we know are those told by the seller that are actually few: the car is a Peraluman (alloy made of aluminium and magnesium, the same used to build the body of the Alfa 33 Stradale) bodied car, so a first series, with a mild race setup.
We guess that the car has been restored not many years ago, the color is probably one of the best on these lines, and that’s even cooler when mated to the white stripes but, basically, this is a beautiful car both inside and outside which, actually, is a bit expensive. Find it for sale at €89,000 (today $104,000) here in Milano, Italy. Thanks to Richard for this tip!
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Mounting the shoulder harness directly behind the seat (as seen in this vehicle) is unsafe. It can cause sever back injuries in event of a crash. http://www.speedhunters.com/2014/06/takata-ask-the-expert-answers/
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Thank you Steven, that’s a very interesting article