I wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, a new year full of happiness, prosperity, smooth-running engines, rust-free Fulvias, low fuel prices, freedom from government interference etc!
With 25 years’ experience of the wonderful Lancia Fulvia (not to mention experience of many other marques as well) I am able to offer an expert and personal service for Fulvia owners. In addition, I have some solid experience of the flat-4 Flavia and 2000 models.
I am located near Cruseilles in Haute-Savoie, about 30km from Geneva.
I am fairly well-known to Lancisti world-wide through Huib Guernink’s website http://www.viva-lancia.com/ where on the Fulvia forum, my many contributions may be seen and read. For a number of years I worked at Evolution Engineering (Lancia Specialists) in London, and was the manager there before I moved to France.
This time a 1968 Alfa-Romeo T33 Stradale; one of 18 built. This was I believe the most expensive production car in the world at the time.
A 1955 Chevrolet fitted with a Rolls-Royce Merlin aero engine. See post 6th Jan '07.
A lovely period impressionist photo of the giant FIAT at speed in Dec 1913 at Ostende. See post 2nd December '06
A shot showing the lovely detail engineering of the Lucas Injection installation on a Ferrari 512M Le Mans car (Photo by me - I did a small amount of work on this bolide!) Click on the link in the posting (24th Nov '06) for a bigger picture
The stuff of which dreams are made: a Ferrari 250 SWB lightweight. Again, no lottery win...
I removed this from the the top of the page, but it's too lovely to lose altogether!
The second in my series of monsters, this is the 28-litre FIAT S76 from 1911. See post 25th November '06
ALG & KLG Saltburn 1908 with the 200HP V-8 Darracq. See post 23rd November '06
Another snap of the monster!
A more general snap of a delightful Le Mans Ferrari. See post 27th November '06