Radness Meter: I Only Spit Fire and Flames/10
There was once an era in the World Rally Championship called Group B. Maybe you've heard of it? The cars were mad, axe-murdering things that killed drivers almost as often as they set course records, while a lack of rules meant anti-lag systems that gave spectators – often standing far too close to the rally route – the impression they had been transported to Normandy on D Day. Though the era was thoroughly put on ice after a series of unfortunate events, Lancia's Delta Integrales emerged and carried the brand’s torch through to Group A. This one, an Evo II, was the wildest homologation special built by Lancia and remains one of the raddest cars ever built.