Body made of aluminum, red, original black plate and in apparently perfect condition: need to ask for more?
There are not many of these cars belonging to the first series (type 818.132) of the berlinetta built by Zagato, at the end of its golden years, on the winning basis of the Lancia Fulvia Coupé. This indeed series was built using Peraluman for the body, an aluminum alloy also used on legendary cars such as the Alfa 33, and about 200 examples were built between 1965 and 1967: it was only 1300cc of displacement but it was a car that had a considerable price.
The seller says that this Fulvia has chassis number 1734, engine number 9017, with Zagato certification relating to the originality and preparation of the engine which should produce 100 hp. The plates are original as well as the interior, the rest of the car would seem restored even if the seller does not say it: just a pity that photos of the interior and engine compartment are missing, but otherwise the car looks flawless. Find it for sale at €49,000 (today $52,000) here in Firenze, Italy.