Anamera's a good search site. The two Fanalones for sale right now are very different propositions:
can you post more pictures of your car. I would love to see it. adanYes, strange old car that. Mixture of many things. Electric fan and brake servo not Fanalone (both S2/3) - no oil cooler and a mix and match dash. Tacho is not S3 - probably not even Lancia. It has a tell tale - S3 didn't, the only Lancia ones with tell tales went to 10,000 rpm. Yet it is a S1 shell - you can tell by the heater and fuse box. and it has Fanalone doors.
A closer look would be needed before parting for any money for this. Turning it back into a "normal" Fanalone would probably be an expensive job.
On the back is written Lancia ..........Fulvia 3.
I have the series in the motor room .Does exist any series anywhere else? (cabin perhaps)?
Can you tell me what type of radiocassette is the 1975 Fulvia equiped?
Thanks for the links.
my series,what in note from the car carroserie (stamped)
In the car papers are :
Thnaks for your help
That means the motor was changed because the series are not the same.
Is it a Montecarlo?
Sorry, I didn't see this until today.
Your motor was definitely changed. You should have the 1.3S (818.303), but at some point yours was changed for the 1.3 (non-S). I believe if you look closely you'll see that yours says 818.302, not 818.382.
There's no way to tell if it's a Montecarlo from the chassis number. The Fulvia '3' Montecarlo has flared wheel arches (the steel itself is flared--not add-on plastic arch extensions), a 3-spoke steering wheel, special Carello fog lamps (rectangular, with ribbed chrome housings and yellow lenses), and satin black hood and trunk lid with Montecarlo stickers.
Of course, it's possible to make a regular Fulvia look like a Montecarlo, but it's not as easy as it sounds. Obviously it's easy to add the steering wheel, paint the hood and trunk lid black and add the stickers. It's less easy to flare the wheel arches; most replicas don't bother doing this. Not everyone liked the looks of the special fog lamps (they're "very '70s"), so some Montecarlos have had them removed. This means it is possible to have a real Montecarlo without them. But it's nearly impossible to find replacements; the style were available only on the Montecarlo--not aftermarket--and I've only seen one pair for sale (eBay.it) in the past 5 years.
What that all means is this: if an 818.630 Fulvia has flared arches, the special Carello fog lamps, the 3-spoke steering wheel, and the black hood/trunk, it's almost certainly an original Montecarlo. If it has all those except the special fog lamps, it's probably an original Montecarlo. If it doesn't have flared arches it certainly isn't an original Montecarlo.
And, yes, it would have been much easier if Lancia had assigned the Montecarlo its own chassis type...
As I said in the previous post, missing fog lamps are not unusual for a Fulvia Montecarlo. Original satin black paint on the hood is a good sign. I can see from the photo that it does have flared wheel arches, so I'd say it might be an original Montecarlo. But Montecarlos did not have bumpers, so I'd look for some clues or some documentation that yours were added later. Because if they're original, I cannot be a genuine Montecarlo.Hey Ed,
I buyed the car near Vienna (austria).The guy couldnt told me much about the car.He didnt changed the motor for sure.
This are standard wheels witch it is equiped ,just oridinary steel.
The Steering wheel is 3 spoke.
and the originalcolour is black and red.
He repainted it very bad,if i exfoliate the paint unterneeth it is black on the hood and trunk.
In the original Papers ( german Typenschein) the car doesn't have the Carello lights.Somebody took the off because in Austria you have to say why do you need extra Lights,when you import the car.
Can you tell me the year when it was build?
what means an 1.3 motor (not S)???
newer type? Older type? standard motor?