Fulvia

zagatoes30

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And very well engineered for that period and so advanced against the competition that had drum brakes, push rod engines and 4 speed boxes not cheap to buy though.
Agreed, as you know I missed the boat on the HF they just went out of the budget I could get past the wife, so I had to settle for a 1.3 version albeit it a genuine Monte Carlo version
 

philw696

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Agreed, as you know I missed the boat on the HF they just went out of the budget I could get past the wife, so I had to settle for a 1.3 version albeit it a genuine Monte Carlo version
As you know I love yours and would happily have a 1.3.
 

Scousegit

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If you go back to page 5 of this thread you will see how I came about owning the ex Barry Whizzo Williams car.
Really enjoying ownership so far, so much so the Lambo has hardly been out of the garage since July.
 

zagatoes30

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A pair of Cibies and I think it’s complete. Anything missing?

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No but something it shouldn't have, all HFs have fixed front quarter lights, as far as i am aware, as do the real Monte Carlos and Safaris. Yours appears to have opening ones which I don't think is correct, are the doors aluminium?
 
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zagatoes30

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If you go back to page 5 of this thread you will see how I came about owning the ex Barry Whizzo Williams car.
Really enjoying ownership so far, so much so the Lambo has hardly been out of the garage since July.
Not surprising Fulvias are great fun to drive