• Year of manufacture 
    1995
  • Mileage 
    25 766 km / 16 011 mi
  • Car type 
    Other
  • Chassis number 
    586221
  • Reference number 
    94432
  • Drive 
    LHD
  • Condition 
    Used
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
    Red
  • Gearbox 
    Manual
  • Fuel type 
    Petrol

Description

The Lancia Delta first competed in the World Rally Championship in 1987, following the ban of the dangerous Group B class by the FIA. The Delta HF 4WD was victorious on its debut outing at the 1987 Monte Carlo Rally and the model would go on to win six consecutive World Rally Championship titles between 1987 and 1992.

The model was continuously developed during that period and in 1991 the Delta HF Integrale 16V Evoluzione was introduced. The Evoluzione boasted better performance and handling as well as widened wheel arches and the addition of a spoiler on the back of the roof.

In order to support their rallying efforts, Lancia produced a number of homologation examples whose popularity continued even after Lancia’s withdrawal from the WRC in 1992. As a result, in June 1993, the Delta HF Integrale 16V Evoluzione II was introduced which featured improved power output and torque. Lancia commissioned a number of special edition Evoluzione II cars, culminating with their ‘Edizione Finale’ which was the final celebration of this iconic model and destined for the Japanese market where there was huge demand for the car.

Only 250 Final Edition Integrales were ever produced, making them incredibly sought after. The model was finished in Rosso Amaranto with the addition of Lancia's famous yellow and blue stripe along the bonnet and roof, representing the colours of Turin. The 16” Speedline wheels were finished in Anthracite instead of the standard silver and the interior featured Recaro sports seats in black Alcantara. In addition, it had a Momo Corse steering wheel with carbon detail, a push-button start, silver dash fascia and aluminium OMP pedals and passenger footrest. Eibach springs were fitted to the front and rear suspension and an OMP strut-brace was also used.

This particular example is car number 218 and it was imported into the UK from Japan in 2019 and has been used sparingly since. It has been inspected by leading Integrale specialists, Walkers Garage Ltd of North Allerton, Yorkshire and comes complete with its tool kit and jack.


Tom Hartley Jnr
Barratt Mill
Shortheath, Moira, Swadlincote
Derbyshire Dales District
DE12 6BL
United Kingdom
Contact Person Kontaktperson
Title 
Mr
First name 
Tom
Last name 
Hartley Jnr

Phone 
+44-01283761119