We agree that the Fulvia Sport built by Zagato is not an extremely rare car, however if we talk about the first 200 specimens things change.
This first batch of cars in fact had the bodywork entirely in aluminum and other particular details such as the bonnet hinges placed sideways, the electrically operated rear hatch which could be lifted by handful of centimeters, and the separate spare wheel behind the rear number plate.
This is one of those 200 cars, many of which are no longer on this earth (to be precise they still are, but in another form), painted in a beautiful blue tending to green (or the opposite, you decide) and that it requires a beautiful restoration which, however, should not be very demanding, at least in what we see. If you are worried about the lack of bumpers, don’t worry: you will find excellent reproductions. Find it for sale at €30,000 (today $33,000) here in Aalst, Belgium.