I don't know anything about the specific Fulvias on Ebay, but I've got a 67 Fulvia Coupe Rallye 1.3 that I've used as my daily driver for the last year or so (about 14k miles) , and I think they're great.alfa75 88 said:They look to be in good shape. I don't know all that much about them myself.
I think this question was aimed at both TX907 and I, so here's my answer:nero said:Great looking Beta,always wanted one,the cool early seats sunroof and colour are great.Have you thought of changeing the bumpers to the smaller euro style they are a lot cleaner.Try googling Rideau lakes rally lancia beta,if i remember correctly, should be some neat pictures of race/rally Beta coupe.Now that you have driven it for a while,how does it compare to a gtv,give us a seat of the pants roadtest report.
If your Fulvia has 14" rims, it came new with either Michelin ZX or Pirelli Cinturatos in the 145-14 size. 165-14s are probably the closest you will be able to find today, and you'll probably have to search a bit to find those.Vanimal said:I have a '73 Fulvia 1.3S. It's about to get sold...
Vanimal's Lancia Fulvia
Exactly WHAT tires *should* be on this car? (And what size?) Some interesting torque steering happening right now with the ancient "goodyears" that are on there now. The tires that are on there now have always looked half deflated to me.