Vehicle descriptionThis vehicle is stored in our Aiken, SC climate controlled warehouse. We do not consign vehicles. The inventory shown is 100% owned, maintained, and driven by us here at Car Cave. For more pictures and information please visit www.carcaveusa.com. Video available on our YouTube Channel at https://youtu.be/8MwjCkht7EcLancia was able to boast a rich motorsport history and at the time had its own motorsport department, Lancia HF (High Fidelity), where competition components were developed. From the mid-sixties onwards, Lancia supplied, in addition to specific components, ready-made HF competition models to privileged customers. Best known are the Fulvia Rallye HF, Lancia Stratos and the Lancia Group B guns Lancia 037 and Lancia Delta S4.After Group B rally cars were banned in the World Cup after the disastrous 1986 season, Lancia was best prepared for the future with Group A rally cars. After all, Lancia had the compact family car, the Lancia Delta. The top model of this model, the Delta HF Turbo four-wheel drive, was installed in the competition department. Lancia sent this competition animal under the name Lancia Delta HF 4WD and later Delta Integrale to the World Cup. With success because Lancia won the constructor title in the World Championship rally six times in a row (1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 and 1992). During all these years, Lancia continued to develop the Delta. The track versions naturally benefited from this success. The 2 liter engine of 165 hp from the Delta HF 4WD evolved to 210 hp in the Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16V Evoluzione.After the World Cup campaign, the demand for the Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16V Evoluzione remained particularly high. Especially for these enthusiasts, Lancia developed the ultimate Delta HF Integrale 16V Evoluzione 2 or simply EVO 2. The EVO 1 and EVO 2 grew into a collector's item. Good specimens with few miles on the clock and an extensive maintenance history are rare.This 1992 Lancia Delta Integrale EVO 1 with waterbag has 3 previous owners. A full history and maintenance book accompanies the vehicle providing a detailed look into how well kept this vehicle truly is. She was bought new in Biella Italy by her first owner and she stayed there for years before moving to her second owner in Rembouillet France. She changed hands one more time before we were able to snatch her up. Shown in Derby Green with Grey Alcantara interior.Now more then ready to hit the road again with a fresh engine rebuild, belts changed and a big service. So if you want an iconic drive with a very correct history, now is your chance.
|Location||Aiken, South Carolina|
|Exterior color||Derby Green|
|Interior color||Grey Alcantara|
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