1965-1976 Lancia Fulvia Coupe – Collectible Classic

1965-1976 Lancia Fulvia Coupe – Collectible Classic
1965-1976 Lancia Fulvia Coupe - Classic Cars - Automobile Magazine
Unlike the Flavia, which was burdened with a lackluster flat four, the Fulvia was given a revvy new V-4 whose narrow (13-degree) angle allowed for the use of a single, twin-cam head, a concept Volkswagen borrowed many years later for its VR6.

America’s Marshall Plan footed the bill for rebuilding Fiat after World War II and helped tiny Alfa Romeo become a mass-market manufacturer. But Lancia, Italy’s second-largest carmaker before the hostilities, had to fend mostly for itself. In those early days of the Cold War, the antifascist proclivities of Turin’s Lancia were perceived as signs of incipient communism.

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