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  • Exact racing replica of a vehicle of Italian rally icons Munari and Mannucci
  • 1972 Rally Monte Carlo winners
  • After detailed rebuilt and complete service
  • Built by a very successful racer from the European Hill Climb Championship, Mr. Vojacek
  • The car was photographed personally by Auctomobile
  • Other features: possibility of assisting with registration, transport, insurance, storage and Trusted checkout payment
  • Please note that this car will be available for viewing by prior appointment near Pisek, Czechia

The Lancia Fulvia Rallye 1.3 S, introduced in the early 1970s, remains an icon in the world of rally cars, known for its remarkable performance, elegant design, and a legacy that has left an indelible mark in automotive history.

Innovative Engineering:

Lancia, an Italian automotive manufacturer celebrated for its innovation, crafted the Fulvia Rallye 1.3 S as a formidable competitor in the rallying world. At the heart of this beauty lay a compact yet potent 1.3-liter V4 engine, an engineering marvel revered for its power output and efficiency. The combination of a front-wheel-drive system, a narrow V4 powertrain, and Lancia’s meticulous engineering prowess provided exceptional handling and agility, making it a force to be reckoned with on the rally circuits.

Rally Pedigree:

The Fulvia Rallye 1.3 S made a significant impact in the world of motorsport, particularly in rallying. Its lightweight construction, coupled with a responsive engine, facilitated swift cornering and precise maneuverability, which were essential for navigating the challenging terrains and twists of rally courses. The Fulvia secured numerous victories in various rally competitions, including the Monte Carlo Rally, further solidifying its place in the history of motorsport.

Distinctive Design:

The exterior design of the Fulvia Rallye 1.3 S was a masterclass in elegance and functionality. Its sleek and aerodynamic profile, characterized by its short front overhangs and distinctive grille, was a testament to Italian automotive design of the era. The interior, albeit modest, exuded a sense of purpose and sophistication, emphasizing driver-focused controls and a simple yet stylish dashboard layout.

Enduring Legacy:

Decades after its production, the Lancia Fulvia Rallye 1.3 S continues to captivate automotive enthusiasts and collectors worldwide. Its rarity, coupled with its significant historical relevance in motorsport, has elevated its status to that of a prized possession. Admirers cherish the Fulvia not only for its performance but also for its timeless design and the legacy it represents.

Collectibility and Restoration:

For collectors and aficionados, finding a well-maintained Lancia Fulvia Rallye 1.3 S is akin to discovering a hidden gem. Restoring and preserving these classics have become a passionate pursuit for many, with enthusiasts meticulously reviving these vehicles to their former glory. The rarity of spare parts and the craftsmanship required for restoration make owning and maintaining a Fulvia Rallye 1.3 S a labor of love.

Conclusion:

The 1972 Lancia Fulvia Rallye 1.3 S stands as a testament to an era of automotive excellence, combining performance, design, and innovation. Its impact on rallying, combined with its timeless aesthetic and engineering brilliance, cements its position as a revered classic in the automotive world. The Fulvia Rallye 1.3 S not only reflects the spirit of its time but also continues to inspire admiration and awe among automotive enthusiasts, ensuring its legacy endures through the ages.

Munari and Mannucci: Rally Icons

Sandro Munari, an Italian rally driver, and Mario Mannucci, his esteemed co-driver, formed a partnership that brought laurels to the Lancia racing team. Their collaboration behind the wheels of the Lancia Fulvia showcased an unmatched blend of skill, strategy, and innovation.

Triumphant Success in the Fulvia

The pairing of Munari and Mannucci with the Lancia Fulvia marked an era of dominance in rallying. The Fulvia's agility, balanced design, and powerful yet efficient V4 engine made it an ideal vehicle for the challenging rally circuits of the time. Munari's skillful driving and Mannucci's precise navigation skills were the perfect complement to the Fulvia's capabilities, leading to an impressive string of victories.

Monte Carlo Rally and World Rally Championship Triumph

The crowning achievement for Munari and Mannucci came in the 1972 World Rally Championship. The Lancia Fulvia, driven by Munari and navigated by Mannucci, triumphed in the grueling Monte Carlo Rally. Their strategic brilliance and exceptional driving skills maneuvered the Fulvia through treacherous terrains and unpredictable weather conditions, solidifying their place in history as rally legends.

Legacy and Enduring Impact

The Munari/Mannucci partnership, along with the Lancia Fulvia, became synonymous with rally success. Their victories not only brought glory to the Lancia racing team but also elevated the Fulvia to an iconic status in motorsport history.

The legacy of Munari and Mannucci's achievements with the Lancia Fulvia continues to inspire future generations of rally drivers and enthusiasts. Their triumphs stand as a testament to the perfect synergy between man, machine, and navigational precision, showcasing the epitome of rally racing excellence.

The collaboration between Sandro Munari and Mario Mannucci behind the wheels of the Lancia Fulvia remains an enduring symbol of rallying brilliance. Their victories and legacy are etched in the annals of motorsport, demonstrating the unmatched potential of the Lancia Fulvia and the extraordinary prowess of Munari and Mannucci in navigating the challenging landscapes of rally racing. Their story serves as a timeless inspiration for rally enthusiasts, reminding us of the incredible synergy between a legendary driver, an exceptional co-pilot, and an iconic racing machine.


This 1972 Lancia Fulvia Rallye 1300 S was produced in Dezember 1971. It was rebuilt to an exact racing replica of a vehicle of very famous Italian names (Munari/Mannucci). Engine and bodywork after a detailed rebuilt, subsequently given a complete service. Extension trims included to the car, also the standard seats and sport steering wheel. The car was built by five times second overall in the absolute classification of European Hill Climb Championship seasons Mr. Petr Vojacek. Prepared for an EU historic car registration.

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Model

Production date12/1971
Body TypeCoupe
Engine1.298 ccm, 90 PS, V4
transmissionManual
SteeringLeft Hand Drive
LayoutFront Wheel Drive
Color - exteriorRed / Black / White
Color - interiorBlack
Miles/Kilometers shown6.609 km
Chassis / VIN818.630-024472
Location - CountryCzechia
Location - CityPisek

Notes

2-door coupe body type; FWD (front-wheel drive), manual 5-speed gearbox; gasoline (petrol) engine with displacement: 1298 cm3, advertised power: 66 kW / 89 hp / 90 PS (DIN), torque: 114 Nm (specs for the standard car), characteristic dimensions: outside length: 3975 mm, width: 1555 mm, wheelbase: 2330 mm; reference weights: base curb weight: 970 kg (standard car); top speed: 170 km/h (106 mph) (declared by factory for the standard car); accelerations: 0-60 mph 12.4 s, 0-100 km/h 13.1 s (declared by factory for the standard car)

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