Auction Block: 1992 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione

Nov 7, 2017

Category: Rides

In the United States, Lancia is not a car brand that too many people are familiar with. But, in other parts of the world – especially where rally car racing is popular – they’re kind of a big deal. And that goes double for this specific car: the 1992 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione. After all, it is the car that won 6 World Rally Championships.

Okay, so this one didn’t actually partake in any rally races, but that’s actually a good thing – especially considering that this one actually features 4WD, ABS, air conditioning, Recaro perforated leather seats, and has a grand total of just 4,030 miles on the odometer (from only one owner). That means this hot hatch is about as close to brand new as anyone will ever get. In fact, it even still has its books, jack, tools, and safety triangle included with the purchase. Such a shockingly original example of this distinguished little racer doesn’t come without a price to match. This Lancia is expected to sell for between $175,000-$225,000.

Purchase: $175,000+

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