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post #31 of 98 (permalink) Old 08-15-2007, 11:38 AM Thread Starter
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here is one you never get bored to drive one of my favorites
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Wow, that is one clean berlina! When do we get to see it in person??
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Somebody please bring a Fulvia to ItalianCarFest (www.ItalianCarFest.com)! I love these cars and would like to enjoy them in person.

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Here are 3 Fulvias I found on the 'Net. One of them is obviously Ed's, but I have yet to see the other 2. One looks like a pretty stock series 2:
Actually, that shot of 'my' car is from before I acquired it (maybe at The Best of France and Italy, 2006?). You'll notice it still has body-colored wheel arches, modern high-back race seats and 6-point harnesses, and (for the really observant) different 'HF' stickers.

The other HF looks like Bruce Milner's car (Adan can confirm this). If so, it’s a real 1,3HF that’s been ‘updated’ to 1,6HF spec with a replacement 1.6 engine and reproduction ‘fanalone’ main beams. It’s in beautiful condition–I just saw it about a month ago.

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Ed:

You are correct, sir. That was from last year's Best of France and Italy.

Looking forward to this year's gathering. I hope to be able to bring both the Fulvia and the OSCA, if I can.

Still trying to get the cars shipped
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Here are 3 Fulvias I found on the 'Net. One of them is obviously Ed's, but I have yet to see the other 2. One looks like a pretty stock series 2:
this other car is a Fulvia 1.3HF rally S1 with 1.6 engine is the one that has no Bumpers, front end of the car has a 7" inner headlamp like the Fanalone. it's very nice looking car super clean. and the other car is a S2 fulvia 1.3s regular. also the other Fulvia Berlina GTE is my.

Lancia Fulvia 1.2HF 1966. Lancia Fulvia coupe 1.2 w/1.6HF 1st 1966. Lancia Fulvia Berlina GTE 1.3 1969. Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 1972. WWW.LALANCIA.COM
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Sorry if this is a repost, but has Adan seen this before?

http://jalopnik.com/cars/down-on-the...-gt-265516.php
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I'm pretty sure the link in Kraig's post shows Jaan Horst's Berlina. Jaan's website is here: http://www.eddinsmoto.com/index.htm

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Well, the Fulvia finally got loaded up this morning, and is on it's way from Connecticut:
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good news (finally); looking foward to seeing it

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Well, the Fulvia finally got loaded up this morning, and is on it's way from Connecticut:
good news will give you a welcome party when it arrives.

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Thanks, Ed and Adan. Perhaps an all Fulvia canyon run?
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name the time & place

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Well, bad news. Car arrived late last night, and promptly rolled off the car carrier, and was hung up on the ramps. 2 hours later, and with a lot of help from the AAA, I got it home, but not under it's own power. Still can't get it started. Going to try some starting fluid. Grrrr....

Think I'm going to need the akitaman!!
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holy sh*t, Kraig. hopefully it only involved the front valence, and not the subframe or subframe mounts--the subframe is critical on these. if it's just the valence, it shouldn't be too much of a problem, and a good body shop can handle it (speaking of which, you oughta call Adan about this).

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Well, bad news. Car arrived late last night, and promptly rolled off the car carrier, and was hung up on the ramps. 2 hours later, and with a lot of help from the AAA, I got it home, but not under it's own power. Still can't get it started. Going to try some starting fluid. Grrrr....

Think I'm going to need the akitaman!!
OOPS no problen is just a scrach let as know if you need some help to star it. send me a private masage with your address. adan

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