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post #1 of 133 (permalink) Old 12-19-2006, 08:40 PM Thread Starter
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Lancia Fulvia Monte Carlo

One More Addition To The Collection I Have Always Wanted This Car 1972. Real Monte Carlo Version.
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One More Addition To The Collection I Have Always Wanted This Car 1972. Real Monte Carlo Version.
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I love those cars, and that one is a great example. Congrats!
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Wow. Looks fantastic. The Fulvia, the rally version in particular, has always been a dream-car of mine too. What is the driving experience like??

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Fanalone:

Where do you find these cars? It looks great and I second Echo Leader.

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Always been a big fan of these cars. I'll third the request: what are they like to drive?
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CHE BELLA MACCHINA!!! I am envious. Nicely done.
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wow - very nice!. can someone explain the reasoning behind the offeset engine?... i would have thought that it would make the car quite driver side heavy having with the engine on that side as well

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Wow. Looks fantastic. The Fulvia, the rally version in particular, has always been a dream-car of mine too. What is the driving experience like??
this paticular car is very important in the history of Lancia is because is the model of celebration of Sandro Munari winner of 1972 Monte carlo Rally, well after driving a Jr Z and GTV 2000. is very different engine sound also is a front wheel drive, the view to is more clear. you sit more straight what is cool is no bumpers in this model. is hard to find a real Monte carlo version this days. But they are out there. here is my friend who has one.
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wow - very nice!. can someone explain the reasoning behind the offeset engine?... i would have thought that it would make the car quite driver side heavy having with the engine on that side as well
the engine it looks sideways is because it is narrow V 45 degrees. like the V.W. VR6 engine the diffrence is this one is 4 cylinder. it has a incredible RPM.

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Where do you find these cars? It looks great and I second Echo Leader.

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well I have good friend in Italy very lancista that I have purchase 6 cars from him. he knows the good cars when he see one. also being in Italy, youget to see them before you buy. adan

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Awesome cars, just plain awesome. There's just something magical about the Lancia rally cars. From the Fulvia through Stratos, 037, S4, and Delta Integrale. I want them all.

The #14 picture captures the perfection of the styling. Looks like pure s3x.

Thanks for the drive synopsis, somehow just hearing about it doesn't quench my desire to try it out though!!

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this paticular car is very important in the history of Lancia is because is the model of celebration of Sandro Munari winner of 1972 Monte carlo Rally, well after driving a Jr Z and GTV 2000. is very different engine sound also is a front wheel drive, the view to is more clear. you sit more straight what is cool is no bumpers in this model. is hard to find a real Monte carlo version this days. But they are out there. here is my friend who has one.
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You keep posting pictures and it might cause me and my bank accounts terrible terrible damage.

Did many of your Lancias come from Italy? What does it typically cost to import a car??

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I missed out on a RHD Fanalone earlier this year, which had been in a crate for over a decade and a half. They are superb cars to drive, the engineering quality is sublime. It's the only car I'd sell mine for.

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