Classic Car Catalogue

Lancia 1967



The Lancia celebrates its 60th anniversarythist year. The most famous model in the history was the Lancia Lambda first shown in 1922 with self-supporting body, independent front suspension, 2.1 liter V4 engine with overhead camshaft and unusually long wheelbase. It was one of the most advanced cars of its time.

Like Alfa Romeo, Lancia is also known for delivering outstanding quality automobiles. In order to live up to this reputation, the company always strives for exceptional constructions for their cars as well as the most possible quality. After the front wheel drive Flavia and now also the little Fulvia have risen to a decent performance and since the Flavia sedan has been given a body shape for some months ago, the Lancias are the same again you usually make of it. The big Lancia Flaminia is still in the program but it is only sold in rather small quantities. It has long been rumored that Lancia will soon launch a new big car.

SUPERJOLLY – forward control chassis

Total production of the Flaminia Coupé by Pininfarina outpassed the sedan's with 5.236 built of which 4.151 in 2.5, and 1.085 in 2.8 form. The production of the Super Sport Zagato ceased in 1967, but the last copies were sold in 1968.

In 1967 the Flavia sedan recieved a deep redesign that modernized and approached the design of the "Fulvia".

1967 saw further improvements and additions to the Fulvia range. The Coupé get a new engine, with a different vee angle (12°45'28") and longer (69.7 mm) stroke, displacing 1298cc and generating 87 bhp. The latter model is called Rallye 1.3, whilst the same engine went into the 1.3HF where it produce 101bhp, replacing the 1.2HF. Later this year the 1216cc engine was replaced throughout the range by a 1231cc variant of the new 1298cc engine.
Berlina GT was introduced with the 1216 cc or 1231 cc engine producing 80 bhp at 6000 rpm and 1199 cc 79 bhp for Greece. Although virtually the basic version is still available vith 58 bhp it is not most requested by customers.
The Sport Zagato body made in full of Peralluman was built only between 1965 and 1967. New model have the body made of steel with Peraluman hood, doors and boot lid.



Fulvia   V4 cyl., 12°53'28", 1091 cc, 58 bhp
Fulvia 2C V4 cyl., 12°53'28", 1091 cc, 71 bhp
Fulvia GT V4 cyl., 12°45'28", 1199 cc, 79 bhp – new model (Greece only)
Fulvia GT V4 cyl., 12°45'28", 1216 cc, 92 bhp – new model
Fulvia GT V4 cyl., 12°45'28", 1231 cc, 92 bhp – new model
  Berlina wb: 2480 mm


Berlina GT (Tipo 818.200/201/210/211) with the 1216 cc (later 1231 cc) engine from the Coupé, producing 80 bhp (60 kW) at 6,000 rpm. Distinguished by an enamelled "GT" badge on the radiator grille and rear "Fulvia GT" script.
Berlina "Grecia" (Tipo 818.282/292) - Greece-only version fitted with a smaller 818.282 1.2 L (1,199 cc) engine, putting out 78 PS (57 kW; 77 hp) at 6,200 rpm.

Fulvia berlina


Fulvia – sports models

Coupé   V4 cyl., 1216 cc, 80 bhp - discontinued
Coupé HF V4 cyl., 1216 cc, 88 bhp - discontinued
Rallye 1.3   V4 cyl., 1298 cc, 87 bhp - new model
Rallye 1.3 HF V4 cyl., 1298 cc, 101 bhp - new model
  Coupé wb: 2330 mm
Sport Zagato   V4, 1216 cc, 80 bhp - discontinued (1965-67 - 202 ex.)
Sport Zagato 1.3 V4, 1298 cc, 87 bhp - new model
  Coupé wb: 2330 mm


Fulvia Coupé

Fulvia HF

Fulvia Sport Zagato 1.2 (1.3 has two wing mirrors)

Fulvia Sport 1.3 Zagato



Flavia (B4, 1488cc, 76 bhp) – discontinued
Flavia 1.8 (B4, 1800cc, 92 bhp) – discontinued
Flavia 1.8 Iniezione (B4, 1800cc, 102 bhp) – discontinued
Flavia II (B4, 1488cc, 76 bhp) – new model
Flavia II 1.8 (B4, 1800cc, 92 bhp) – new model
Flavia II 1.8 Iniezione – new model


Flavia 1800


Flavia II serie


Flavia – sports models

Pininfarina Coupé 1.8 (B4, 1800cc, 105 bhp)
Pininfarina Coupé 1.8 Iniezione
Sport Zagato 1.8 (B4, 1800cc, 105 bhp) – discontinued
Sport Zagato 1.8 Iniezione – discontinued
Vignale Convertible 1.8 (B4, 1800cc, 105 bhp) – discontinued
Vignale Convertible 1.8 Iniezione – discontinued


Flavia convertible 1800 Vignale

Flavia Coupé 1800 Pininfarina

Flavia Sport Zagato



Flaminia 2.8 (287cm, V6 60°, 2775 cc, 129 PS)



Flaminia – sports models

Coupé Pininfarina 3B 2.8 (275cm; V6 60°, 2775 cc, 140 PS) – discontinued
Super Sport Zagato (252cm; V6 60°, 2775 cc, 152 PS) – discontinued

Flaminia Coupé Pininfarina

Flaminia Sport Zagato

Flaminia Sport Zagato


HF Squadra Corse ready for Targa Florio.



  Targa Florio entries: (14.05.1967)
# 2 Fulvia HF Pinto / Achille HF Squadra Corse fail.
# 16 Fulvia HF Maglioli / Crosina HF Squadra Corse 12th
# 178 Fulvia HF Munari / Andersson HF Squadra Corse nc
# 4 Fulvia HF Lisitano / Rigano   15th
# 8 Fulvia HF Costa / Rizzo   fail.
# 10 Fulvia HF "Goldfinger" / Riolo Pegaso fail.
# 12 Fulvia HF Renna / Garofalo Pegaso 16th
# 14 Fulvia HF Girardini / Filippi   8th


W ubiegłym roku na drugim i trzecim miejscu ukończyły prestiżowy Rajd Monte Carlo Lancie Flavia. Tym razem do współzawodnictwa stanęły mniejsze Fulvie.

Drugie miejsce (Andersson/ Davenport) w RMC (Fulvia)
Zwycięstwo (Munari) w Rajdzie Korsyki (Fulvia)
1st Italian Rally Championship (Fulvia HF)