Articles tagged Fulvia coupé

Page 32 of March 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, March 2014

When they were new

Lancia Fulvia coupéAn original road test taken from the Motor Sport archives, April 1966 | By Bill Boddy The latest model from Lancia of Turin, who have never made a really bad car, is the twin-cam narrow-V4 front-wheel-drive Fulvia, which in the coupé version has 1216cc and 80bhp, an increase of 8bhp over the saloon. Having to go up to Bangor for participation in a Bill Hartley Motoring Quiz...

Page 46 of April 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 46, April 1966

The best small-car currently available?

Enjoyable Motoring in a Front-wheel-drive Lancia Fulvia Coupe The latest model from Lancia of Turin, who have never made a really bad car, is the twin-cam narrow-vee-4-cylinder f.w.d. Fulvia, which has a capacity of 1,091 c.c. in 2C saloon form but the eyeable coupe version of which has an enlarged cylinder bore, giving a swept volume of 1,216 c.c., and an increase in output of eight b.h.p., its...

Page 75 of June 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 75, June 1996

A-Z of Classic Sporting Cars 1950-1975

Part Two Jensen 541 1954-1963 Glass-fibre body, 4-litre straight-six engine but styling is an acquired taste. 541 introduced 1957 with rack-and-pinion steering and disc brakes. More power from the same engine but replaced by 541S version with auto transmission in 1961. Bigger and heavier, the S didn't catch on either. Less than 600 examples produced from start of Production. Not an earth-...

Page 54 of June 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, June 1975

ROAD IMPRESSIONS

A Pair of LanciasThe Lancia Fulvia 1300 Coupe S3 WHEN THE Lancia Beta Coupe was announced the impression given was that it would replace the much-loved Fulvia Coupe series. In fact no such thing has happened, the attractive, ageless design of this ten year old car continuing at least until the end of this year. Only the Series 3 1300 Coupe is now offered; that splendid 1600 HF, practically a...

Page 84 of August 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 84, August 1996

A-Z Classic Sporting Cars 1950-1975

Part Two Jensen 541 1954-1963 Glass-fibre body, 4-litre straight-six engine but styling is an acquired taste. 541 introduced 1957 with rack-and-pinion steering and disc brakes. More power from the same engine but replaced by 541S version with auto transmission in 1961. Bigger and heavier, the S didn't catch on either. Less than 600 examples produced from start of Production. Not an earth-...

Page 71 of May 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 71, May 1998

And then there were none...

The famed 1961 Liege-Rome-Liege rally destroyed ninety per cent of its entrants. But compared to some rallies, says John Davenport, it was a stroll in the park The year 1972 was a special one for rallying in Africa. To save you rushing for the history books, let me tell you straight away that part of the reason for this statement was that in April, Hannu Mikkola and Gunnar Palm became the first...

Page 80 of October 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 80, October 1996

A-Z of Classic Sporting Cars 1950 - 1975

Part Two Jensen 541 1954-1963 Glass-fibre body, 4-litre straight-six engine but styling is an acquired taste. 541 introduced 1957 with rack-and-pinion steering and disc brakes. More power from the same engine but replaced by 541S version with auto transmission in 1961. Bigger and heavier, the S didn't catch on either. Less than 600 examples produced from start of Production. Not an earth-...

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