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Adan, You are so much fun! It was great to meet you at the Best of Italy and France show.

Tomorrow my maroon 1973 1.3S that was parked next to you at the show will journey away to a new wonderful owner up in Oakland, Chris D.

I am now officially out of the Fulvia biz. But I can live vicariously through your wonderful enthusiasm, so thank you!
THANK YOU I'm very happy that your Fulvia Found new home. here is a tip for chris for parts his name is Mike Kristick 1-717-292-2962 he has all he may need. hope to see you at the Alfa Club Concours. Happy New Year. adan

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sorry to bring up this 'old' topic again....but i've been obsessively reading up about the Fulvia this afternoon....and saw your WONDERFUL Fulvia collection on here....fantastic!!

please post more pics if you can... cheers!

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So, Everso you are finally ready to get rid of your TT for the sake of a Fulvia?
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So, Everso you are finally ready to get rid of your TT for the sake of a Fulvia?
i dunno if i'd get rid of the TT, but i'm seriously interested in finding a Fulvia i think---to add to the stable....gotta talk to the wifey

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Lancias rock. Especially the beauts that Fanalone puts up. And while I deam daily of an un-molested, non-rusty stepnose or GTV that won't put a permanent crease in my wallet or my marrriage, I do have a Series I, a II and soon a III Fulvia to mess around with and try to get 10% as good looking as the ones shown here.
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There are two Fulvia Montecarlos for sale in the classifieds section of this month's Auto Italia magazine - one orange/black, the other dark green/black (RHD). I didn't realise that these were colour-coded according to the country in which each particular car was to be sold!

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Mate, has that Fulvia just been in a Classics And Sport Cars??? I believe I just saw it the other day, in either a dealer advert, or in the Auction Result section?

Funnily enough, a recent issue of the same magazine had an article on the Fulvia in their 'First Classic' series. Looks great, congratulations!
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Lancias rock. Especially the beauts that Fanalone puts up. And while I deam daily of an un-molested, non-rusty stepnose or GTV that won't put a permanent crease in my wallet or my marrriage, I do have a Series I, a II and soon a III Fulvia to mess around with and try to get 10% as good looking as the ones shown here.
I have a Fulvia Montecarlo 2 weeks ago. it's very comfort seating, not as strong as the fanalone but is a joy to drive. also I look forward to drive. soon
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There are two Fulvia Montecarlos for sale in the classifieds section of this month's Auto Italia magazine - one orange/black, the other dark green/black (RHD). I didn't realise that these were colour-coded according to the country in which each particular car was to be sold!

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The last batch of Montecarlos produced were color-coded in national racing colors (for those of us old enough to remember those): red (Italy), orange (Netherlands), yellow (Belgium), dark green (Great Britain), and blue (France).

And I've seen "Fanalone's" new Montecarlo--it's every bit as good as it looks in the photos!
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Hi you montecarlo is 1974 or ?
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Hi you montecarlo is 1974 or ?
no is 1973 1.3S

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no is 1973 1.3S
I m looking to buy a Fulvia montecarlo 1975 but I cant find some unique carateristic , the car is Blue France like the montecarlo suppose have the gerabox 818.612 saloon but when i look under the car i cant find where is the vin on the gera box can you help me
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I m looking to buy a Fulvia montecarlo 1975 but I cant find some unique carateristic , the car is Blue France like the montecarlo suppose have the gerabox 818.612 saloon but when i look under the car i cant find where is the vin on the gera box can you help me
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the year 1975 is a third series The true Montecarlo is series 2 1.3s only 4400 were made between 1973 & 1974. they used the lusso body with extended 1/4 panel flares here is the difference in this picture of the two cars one montecarlo and the other regular 1.3s also the interior is this this one of the montecarlo
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