Lancia’s Delta S4 is the epitome of a Group B race car, yet there’s more to the marque than just the one car. The Lancia Delta Integrale, for example, is another iconic model that oozes eighties cool. Born to meet the homologation requirements for Group A rally and touring car racing, the Lancia Delta Integrale isn’t just an excellent performer — it looks pretty damn cool, too.
This particular 1989 Lancia Delta Integrale 16v ‘Non-Kat’ is wrapped in an eye-catching replica Martini livery. The four halogen H7 lights follow the European Rally homologation, and the OZ Racing wheels are fitted with Michelin tyres. The Integrale is powered by a 16-valve 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine with a Garrett T3 turbocharger and intercooler. Paired with a five-speed manual transmission and four-wheel drive, the engine was fully serviced in 2020 and is in perfect condition. In addition to the original parts, Selex street suspension, an aftermarket exhaust system, and a custom torsion bar have been added to the historical car. Inside, the seats are reupholstered in Grey and multi-colour striped cloth with racing harnesses, and there’s a full Alpine sound system with an 8-inch subwoofer too.
The stunning Integrale was recently sold for US$ 66,000 on the auction site Collecting Cars.