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Lancia Fulvia
Fulvia Flacca Bambula (c. 83 BC – 40 BC) married (for the third time) to the infamous Roman Tribune Marcus Antony. Lancia chose her name for its little car, the Lancia Fulvia which was launched as a Berlina at the Geneva Salon in 1963 to replace the Lancia Appia. Antonio Fessia designed the Fulvia, and equipped with a new 1091cc V4 dohc engine by Zaccione Mina. A GT version of the 4-door saloon followed in 1967 with 1216cc engine, and a GTE model in 1968 with a 1298cc engine. In 1965 the Fulvia Coupe was launched, styled by Pietro Castagnero, who also styled the Berlina. The Coupe was launched with 1216cc engine, but was soon available with the 1298cc engine. In 1969 a 1584cc engine was given to the 1600HF model and could be tuned to 132bhp. In 1970 the Series II Coupe was launched with revised grille and lighting, and 1974 it was revised again as the Series III. Production ended in 1976. In 1964 Lancia commissioned Zagato to build a Sport Coupe version of the Fulvia. First shown in 1965 the design was by Ercole Spada under the direction of Elio Zagato.
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Lancia Fulvia 2C. The Berlina was launched in 1963 with 1098cc V4 engine driving the front wheels. The 2C was launched later in 1963 with revised subframe and twin solex carbs. The Berlina GT was introduced in 1967 with 1200cc engine, and the GTE in 1968 with 1298cc engine. Series 2 models came with revised bodies in 1970
Lancia Fulvia Berlina
Lancia Fulvia Coupe
Lancia Fulvia Sport Zagato
Lancia Appia C10
Lancia Beta
key text:  This is the page introducing Simons love of cars from the website  RedSimon which is a series of photo albums of Simon GP Geoghegan.
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