the images are purely indicative, the final graphics will be agreed in detail with the customer
Mais Vinicio at the time accurately detected the original graphics of the livery and of the sponsors and subsequently thanks to these surveys was able to recreate the graphics of the Lancia Fulvia many times in conformity with the original colors and sizes.
The graphics on the car were all painted, in particular the white triangle, the rear threads of the trunk, all the Marlboro lettering in double color edged for the roof, hood and sides, the drivers' names. The small sponsors Marlboro remained on the sticker (or better to say in adhesive screen printing), black and white HF, the Italian flag, the I Italia logo, the red baby elephant., the golden mark of Marlboro.
HOW WE MAKE IT TODAY
Complete execution with machine downtime at our headquarters in Turin (Italy).
The graphics of the white livery - front bonnet triangle, number plate rims and rear trunk strips - and lettering
it will be entirely made in paint like the original, as well as the Lancia-Marlboro and Marlboro Lancia-Italia lettering, with the same colors and painting methods of the time, which give the car an additional value of authenticity. Only the small sponsors will be made in adhesive.
The final effect of the painted surfaces will take into account the historical period therefore modern super glossy finishes will not be used if not present at the time.
The sponsors and the smaller writings will be made of the highest quality Cast adhesive - with protective plasticization against atmospheric agents and abrasions - to faithfully replicate the sizes and colors of the originals.
This creation is particularly suitable for the graphic remaking and restoration of former official and original cars of the time, destined for shows and exhibitions at prestigious car showrooms and fairs.
This process is the most valuable and among other things gives the car a sort of "license" of authenticity as it is performed by the same hands and by the same company that made the historical graphics at the time.
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All the graphics will be done completely in adhesive, both as regards the technical sponsors and for the white livery - front bonnet triangle, number plate rims and white stripes of the rear case - creating an accurate replica of the paint version.
The Lancia-Marlboro and Lancia-Italia Marlboro lettering and the logos will be made of the highest quality Cast adhesive - with protective plasticization against atmospheric agents and abrasions - to faithfully replicate the sizes and colors of the originals.
For the adhesive livery we use conformable Cast adhesive vinyls of the highest quality, applied with hot method for a very long duration. If the car is sold, the adhesive graphics can be completely removed without affecting the original paint of the bodywork. Where necessary, we also carry out the protection of the adhesive graphics with transparent protective varnish for a varnish-like effect.
This realization is particularly suitable for road or historic cars - but not official - that participate in revivals and historic rally competitions, for non-original cars that take part in classic car rallies organized by clubs, or for simple enthusiasts.
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DO YOU WANT STICKERS ONLY?
SUPPLY OF THE COMPLETE KIT STICKERS
It is possible to purchase the Complete kit sticker Lancia Fulvia Marlboro with all the stickers including the white rims with red edge on the doors with shipment to any address in Europe, USA, Japan.
A BIT OF HISTORY ...
Sports version of the berlina Lancia Fulvia Coupé, the Lancia Fulvia Coupé HF made its debut in racing in 1965 at the Tour de Corse (Corsica) and was the protagonist in Rally competitions from the late sixties to the early seventies. Between 1966 and 1973 he won seven national titles while in 1972 he graduated World Champion with the guide Sandro Munari, the first sod to be able to boast of this title. The Marlboro version with the red white livery and the famous triangle on the hood dates back to 1974, the last year of official competitions.