Lancia Delta HF Integrale
First Registration 1992, Lancia Delta HF Integrale 8V Kat.
Original 47‘000 kms
Bordeaux-Red Metallic with Grey Alcantara-Interior
With MFK and Maintenance incl. Timing Belt
In 1987, Lancia entered the World Rally Championship with the Group A version of the Lancia Delta and was instantly dominant in the first WRC run of the legendary Rally of Monte Carlo with a double victory! This was the beginning of an epic in the world of rallying that was to last six years. In summary, the Lancia Delta HF with four-wheel drive won the Manufacturers’ World Championship six times (1987-1991) and the Drivers’ World Championship four times (1987-1989 and 1991) in its four evolutions.
The Lancia Delta HF Integrale still breathes this myth today, and its appearance with the extended wheel arches gives this compact sports car a beefy look that turned it into a much sought-after collector’s car.
This Lancia Delta HF Integrale offered is the second evolutionary stage and can also be recognised by the bulging bonnet, which was reserved for the eight-valve models with catalytic converter and the 16V engines. In Switzerland, only the 8V models were available at that time. Delivered to Switzerland, this car was finished in Bordeaux Red metallic paint, grey Alcantara interior with Recaro seats and sunroof. With just over 47’000 kilometres, this Integrale is in exceptionally beautiful condition and maintenance has been carried out regularly regardless of mileage.
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