French registration - Fabulous dynamics - In good original condition - The rarest of Integrales From what we know about the history of this car, it would have been delivered new by the Lancia dealer Marignane, near Marseille. The first owner would have sold the car in 1998 to one of his employees who used until the early 2000s. It remained parked for about eight years until its current owner, a mechanic, attracted by its original condition, bought it in 2009 with just 59,200km. He extensively overhauled the car and then used it carefully only with good weather. In 2014, the car was subject to some more work, as evidenced by an invoice (€2300): the clutch and the timing belt were changed. The owner has also replaced the intake pipes with silicone hoses and all fluids were drained out and replaced. The body, repainted a few years ago, is healthy and shows no signs of corrosion or cracks. The car has four new tyres and except the four separate shorter springs giving a better seat base, it is superbly original. The beige alcantara upholstery is very well preserved, the driver's seat base has been redone by a saddler, the interior is well preserved and the odometer reads 67,050km. The Delta Integrale has a fabulous racing past, with five World Rally Championships titles. With its 215bhp turbo engine and its all wheel drive system, the Integrale remains a fabulous road car.