Lancia Zagato

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Lancia Fulvia 1600 Sport Zagato

It has the famous Lancia HF four cyl. four carb. front wheel drive engine (114 hp) combined with light weight (2000 lbs.), a butter smooth five speed transmission and is very fast. Handling is outstanding by contempory standards. The Fulvia Zagato 1.6 is famous for both its unusually beautiful design and European Rally championship history. Only 800 handbuilt Zagato 1.6 coupes were ever produced. Only a handful exist in the USA.

Various sports and "fast touring" Lancia cars have had bodies built or designed by the great Italian design house Zagato. These include the 1953–60 Lancia Appia Zagato V4 and the 1958 – 1960s Lancia Flaminia Zagato V6, both with aluminum bodies designed and built by Zagato, and the 1967-1972 Lancia Fulvia Zagato with a steel body designed by Zagato and built by Lancia. Since both companies go back quite early, there are probably also be various models from the 1920s and 1930s.

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Lancia Fulvia 1600 Sport Zagato
Lancia Fulvia 1600 Sport Zagato

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