Classic car prices are continually skyrocketing. Everyone is clamoring to get their Porsche 911s, Lamborghini Miuras, and even their Ferrari 308s (as terrible as they are). What is left for those who still want a classic car, but haven't just sold their first start-up IPO?
This beautiful 1971 Lancia Fulvia 1.3S has all the charming quirks of a classic Italian at a fraction of the cost. It's just as sexy, just as exhilarating to drive, and just as likely to light on fire.
The Fulvia was a front-wheel-drive odd-ball of all the exquisite Italian coupes cars of the 60s and 70s, but that doesn't distract from a tangibly wonderful driving experience. If you're looking for an affordable alternative to overpriced exotics, snatch one of these up while you still can.
- Affordable Italian classic
- Buzzy little engine
- FWD, if that's not your thing
- Italian reliability
- How do you pronounce this?
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