See the Shroud: ’66 Lancia Fulvia Series 1
The Lancia Fulvia has long been overlooked by enthusiasts in favor of Alfa Romeos. Sure, other Lancias have found a loyal following like the Aurelia B20GT and the Spider with valuations going through the roof. Only recently has the Fulvia found some love. It should because this is one jewel of an automobile. Italian car aficionados who like Alfas now have a ton of respect for the Lancia Fulvia.The engineering and build quality is measurably better than most Alfas. And as a former Alfa owner, we would heartily agree. These Fulvias make terrific rally and event cars because they were terrific rally and event cars in their day. The front wheel drive layout gave them a distinct advantage in handling particularly in the messy stages. Now this is a very special Fulvia if you consider its condition. It has accumulated only 73,000 miles in 47 years. That’s with only 2 owners since new. It is totally restored and since it is in Turin, Italy, we might make the assumption that the restoration shop knows a thing or two about Lancias. The asking price is $25,000 USD and that is top of the market for these cars now. But you get a chance to visit the Shroud of Turin when you go check out the Lancia. Click here for the listing.