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Author Topic: EVO 2 in antiques auction  (Read 648 times)
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higgsy 45
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« on: 11 March, 2015, 10:29:10 AM »

Hi  I saw this EVO 2 entered in an antiques auction at Beeston Castle, Cheshire, have tried to attach a copy of the page but not sure if it worked so details below;
Lot No 1704
A Lancia Delta Evoluzione 2 Integrale, Reg No S11 HSA, Est 30K - 35K
Auctioneers; Wright Marshall
Location Beeston (Castle) Sale Room Tarporley CW6 9NZ   Viewing 15th-19th Mar sale 19th March    website
Maybe someone interested  Dale
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« Reply #1 on: 11 March, 2015, 10:56:12 AM »

Thank you Dale for the info. I have found the website, and full catalog entry.

Here is the description:
A Lancia Delta Evoluzione 2 Integrale Registration S11 HSA odometer reading 59,169 kilometers, this car was imported from a collection in Japan late last year, it is a rare example of one of the last Evo 2's to leave the factory in November 1994. Full service history. Fresh MOT and less than 50 UK road miles since import, this car has never been exposed to the salt that commonly attacked all European Integrales. The second Evolution of the Delta HF quattro featured an updated version of the 2 litre 16 valve turbo engine to produce more power as well as a three way catalyst and Lambada probe. A Marelli integrated engine controls the system. The 1993 Integrale received a cosmetic and functional face lift that included new 16" light alloy rims, body moulding's, control windows, aluminium fuel cap with air intake grilles, lead painted cylinder head, new leather covered three spoke steering wheel, standard Recare seats. The Lancia Delta pedigree stems from its rallying background where it was introduced in the late 1980's, the Delta HF four wheel drive featured a two litre tubro charged engine and four wheel drive. (illustrated).

I like the "Lambada" probe!

And finally the link:
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