Delta Integrale

This car's four-wheel-drive powertrain was developed on the previous Delta S4 Group B rally car, which was a Delta in name only, built for the Group B World Rally Championship class and sharing virtually nothing with the Delta production cars. Powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter "Lampredi" twin-cam, four-cylinder engine, this version made a respectable 163 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque. When Group B was canceled, Lancia decided the production Delta HF 4WD would be homologated for Group A and the 1987 WRC season.
After winning its maiden WRC season outright, Lancia developed the Delta HF 4WD into the fabled Delta HF Integrale for 1988, with permanent all-wheel drive and engine modifications to achieve 182 horsepower and 224 lb-ft in roadgoing trim. The race version won the 1988 WRC title, and in 1989 was replaced by the Delta HF Integrale 16v. True to its name, a 16-valve head and other modifications increased power again and won Lancia its third WRC title in a row, with a fourth and fifth to come in 1991 and '92.
An All Wheel Drive (AWD) which drives all four wheels through a five-speed manual gearbox. The car has been modified with  Selex Racing coilovers and shocks. A rear muffler bypass has been istalled for a better exhaust note and performance.
It shows 98k kilometers (~61k miles) and is offered in Georgia with an owner’s manual, and plenty of past paperwork and work performed. The car was previously owned by one of the largest private collectors in Spain. Recent service receipts, a 2020 JEVIC odometer certificate, and a clean Georgia title.
OZ Wheels wrapped on Michelin Pilot tires. A full Martini 5 Kit was added after the paint job was performed. 
The interior was meticulously gone thru and restored back to its original manufacturer condition eliminating even the smallest blemishes. A full tune up was performed on the vehicle including re-calibration of the instrument cluster.
The engine was removed completely and gone thru to ensure that the vehicle was up to Rage Machines standards. We enhanced the look the by alternating white and black accents of the vehicle without loosing the original look. It is also fitted with four (4) correct European Rally homologation PIAA halogen H7 placed on the front of the hood. 
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​We work in partnership with Bugarage Spain to complete this majestic machine. As an extra, we have hundreds of images and videos for the entire length of the restoration process available to you upon request.​

It also comes with its original wheels, tires, Original Service Manual, manufacturer's user manual, and an extensive list of service records. There is no other Lancia Delta Integrale in the US and less on the condition that this one is in.

The whole process took us six months to complete, and this vehicle is ready for showings in Alpharetta, Georgia.

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