Lancia Delta HF Integrale 1990 – SPRZEDANA

Lancia Delta HF Integrale to legenda rajdowych tras. Jej wersja cywilna wyróżniała się poszerzeniami, turbosprężarką, stałym napędem na cztery koła i świetnymi właściwościami jezdnymi. W sumie zbudowano ich nieco ponad 11000. Oferowany egzemplarz nie był sztuką traktowaną kolekcjonersko – używana przez austriackiego kierowcę rajdowego, nosi wiele wizualnych śladów eksploatacji. W zamian kusiła niską ceną wywoławczą – aukcja startowała od kwoty 5000 euro, lecz doszła i tak do 14 856 euro (wliczając prowizję).

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1 | Lancia Delta HF Integrale, Restoration Object, Model 1990

Auction takes place on:
Monday
Aug 31, 2015
6 pm CET
Berlin

Sold for € 14,856.00
Starting price € 5,000.00

Lancia Delta Intergrale 8V
Lancia Italy, model 1990
Austrian documents
Vehicle identification number: ZLA831AB000501783
Engine identification number: n./a.
2.0 liter engine with 136 kw
Manual transmission
Mileage displayed in kilometers: 135,740 km
Color: red; interior: velour grey/multicolored
Optional features: sunroof, engine revised: 3,000 km mileage
Original condition

This Lancia Delta HF Integrale 8V comes from the collection of a famous Austrian rally driver, who used the car as a rally support vehicle. The car shows on the outside strong signs of wear: attachments parts are partly broken and the windshield has rockfalls. According to the owner the engine has been revised a few years ago, since then the engine has a mileage of c. 3000 km. This Integrale required before commissioning a major revision on equipment and paint.

Lancia
In 1906 Lancia was founded by Vincenzo Lancia, a racing driver. 1922 Lancia Lambda was presented, which polarized mainly due to its reminiscent shape of a boat hull. The car enjoyed great popularity especially among intellectuals. Worldwide more than 11,000 copies were sold. The architect Adolf Loos (famous for the quote ‘ornament is a crime’) recorded his only vehicle design based on the Lambda. The strange jagged vehicle had a two-story, well-rise rear. With its design and use of space, it anticipate the idea of the modern compact car. 1969 Lancia was bought up by the Fiat group. The Turin major corporation gave Lancia a sporty orientation. The brand was able to gain a number of successes in motorsport in the 1970’s to the 1990’s – so the rally successes of the Stratos and Delta, which are both at the same time classic pieces of Italian design.