Few Lancia Delta Integrales are as clean as this.
As far as classic Lancia goes, the Delta Integrale is a car that needs no introduction - considering we’ve covered it pretty heavily in the past. But in further celebration of, arguably, one of the greatest rally cars to ever take the stage, another has popped up for sale on eBay.
Now 25 years old and completely legal to import into the U.S., these cars are beginning to come out of the woodwork. This one having been tucked away in a Canadian garage for the past half century and kept in immaculate condition. It wears a jet black exterior finish, and its iconic wheels come finished in a dark silver, or gunmetal.
Under the hood is the stock 2.0-liter turbocharged 16V engine good for 200 horsepower (149 kilowatts) and able to hit 60 mph (96 kmh) in just 5.5 seconds. The all-wheel-drive system and five-speed manual gearbox have no issues, as reported by the seller, and all the service records - including a recent timing belt, water pump, and air conditioning service - are in place as recent as 2009.
The only two minor changes that keep this car from being completely stock are the new Yokohama S-Drive tires, and the NOS fog lights, both of which are welcomed additions. Otherwise, the car is virtually brand new from the factory with no accidents, no issues, and around 61,000 miles (98,000 kilometers) to its name.
If you’re looking to pick up this Italian stallion, prepare to dish out a bit of cash. With a “Buy It Now” price of $27,500, it’s not exactly Ferrari prices, but nearly $30,000 for a 25-year-old car indeed makes it a collector’s item.