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Chassis no. 818332.00119 - Engine no. 018911
Coachbuilder: Zagato
Categories: A- Concept and show cars; B- Prototypes; D- The remaining cars from extremely limited productions 2 made; E- Historic event cars; K- Famous chassis' cars; L- Limited edition cars (no. 1 remaining of no. 2 manufactured, no. 2 built)
Owner: Private Collection
The surviving car of only two built and exhibited at 1968 Barcelona Motor Show.
The permanent collaboration between Lancia and Zagato for the production of light sporting cars started with the Appia model and continued with the Flaminia and Flavia range. In 1965 Lancia presented at the Geneva Motor Show the Fulvia Coupé and few months later at the Turin Motor Show Zagato presented its version designed by Ercole Spada.
The engine was the same of the production car its higher speed and smaller consumption were the result of better aerodynamics and lighter body. The production of the 7.102 units of the Fulvia Sport by Zagato ended in 1972 and all the cars were built in coupé form. Only two cabriolet were built. The first was introduced at the 1968 Turin Motor Show.
Elio Zagato built a second prototype for the Spanish importer of the Zagato who wanted to present it at the Motor Show in Barcelona to collect orders for a small series. Only this one survives today.
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19th April 1969 - 30th April 1969
Salón Internacional del Automóvil
| Barcellona | Spain
24th September 2010 - 27th September 2010
uniques special ones international concours
| Florence (FI) | Italy
driver: Guido Lamperti
entry number: 60

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