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View Poll Results: Lancia Fulvia Coupé
Sub-zero 20 66.67%
Cool 8 26.67%
Uncool 2 6.67%
Seriously Uncool 0 0%
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Lancia Fulvia Coupé

The Fulvia Coupé was a 2-door, 3-box from 1965, designed in house, and running on a shorter chassis than the saloon. Production ran until 1977.


They all had little 1.2-1.6 engines and were pretty, light and fragile enough for rallying (until replaced by Stratos).


Anyway, feast your eyes cos this is stone cold ice.







Zagato did a version.....typical Marmite. I love it.

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it's not letting me make this into a poll
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Voted I had no problem submitting my first poll thread earlier


I blame user error, amateur :HEADBANG:



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The Zagato version scrapes into cool, the others, not cool.
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The Zagato version scrapes into cool, the others, not cool.
I'm the other way. Love the shape and styling of the original but the Zagato front end is a bit Renault 12 parts bin.
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it's not letting me make this into a poll
Biggie just couldn't bring himself to give you all your powers back, eh?
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Biggie just couldn't bring himself to give you all your powers back, eh?

I think he's been struggling manfully with the powers that be to bestow powers to this poor wretch. To be honest, I know it's been a pain for him (and Halibut) to get this sorted. I know I'm asking to be a bit of a special case but I do love the cool wall, and it's something I'd like to continue if I'm able.

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Lancia Fulvia Coupé (temp)

Should work now
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excellent - thanks Biggie :tum:
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Oh subzero for me
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V4 engine... beautiful car... sub zero all day long
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It's Italian, it's from the 60s, it's very pretty with just a whiff of quirky. Cool.
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Cool. I really like the Zagato version too actually.
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Pretty car
73GTVJim and steveisfrowning like this.
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Sub-zero all the way, I might be biased, I have one!
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Also pretty sure the yellow one is my brother's old HF!
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Yellow one is indeed my old HF, cool as it was, I prefered the handling of my 1.3- rack and pinion as oppose to worm and roller. It was a B road monster, so chuckable.
If you want nice comments from pedestrians, these are the cars.

I'd rather have my GT though.
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Sub-zero all day every day. Zagato less so but still neat.
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Sub-zero for me too. Used to have a series 1 Rallye 1.3. Very sweet car. I always preferred the look of the front end of the UK spec series 2 and 3 with the raised outer headlights though.
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Sub-zero for me too. Used to have a series 1 Rallye 1.3. Very sweet car. I always preferred the look of the front end of the UK spec series 2 and 3 with the raised outer headlights though.
Me too, looks a bit meaner, Fanalone is a pretty good looker though.
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Sub-zero for me too. Used to have a series 1 Rallye 1.3. Very sweet car. I always preferred the look of the front end of the UK spec series 2 and 3 with the raised outer headlights though.
And me!
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Lovely and cool.
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