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Author Topic: For sale: 1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 1  (Read 2047 times)
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« on: 20 October, 2011, 04:49:32 PM »

[With thanks to Stuart Wilson for all his help]

105,000 Km.  Lovely car.  Full body restoration undertaken in 2009/10.  First registered in Germany, and imported.  Previous owner’s aim was to make it “the best real, road-going (i.e., not just for shows & competitions) Evo in the UK” – and he spent accordingly.  We have the bills.  Offered at £17,995 - also on PH:

•   Year: 1992?
•   Previous Owners: 4
•   Transmission: Manual
•   Doors: 4
•   Seats: 4
•   ABS
•   Engine: 2L 16v Turbo
•   Fuel: Petrol
•   Colour: Alfa Rubino Red
•   MOT: to 6th June 2012 – full set of past MoTs back to 1997
•   Service History: Comprehensive set of bills. 
•   4-page independent report by Lancia specialist available on demand
•   Mileage: 105000 km; 66000 miles
•   Trim: Green velour
•   Tax: no Tax
•   Complete with original alloys, shod with Pirelli Sottozero winter tyres: 205/55/R16 AND a set of five alloy wheels, four of which are shod with Pirelli P Zero Nero Tyres: 215/40 R17
•   Original space-saver spare
•   Full Lancia Workshop Manual
•   Even the rear parcel shelf! (rare!)
« Reply #1 on: 29 October, 2011, 03:41:46 PM »

errr...  lots of people have said: "This is over-priced."  And they are right.  SO: we are dropping the price from £17,995 to just £15,500, which seems more realistic - but we are open to discussion.  Full details can still be found on:
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« Reply #2 on: 31 October, 2011, 04:44:11 PM »

If it is a 1992 Evo 1 the colour is Winner Red.
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« Reply #3 on: 31 October, 2011, 06:18:04 PM »

Hi Paul
I thought that as well when i first saw the ad but also came across this from the cls site.

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  Help needed: I have an Integrale
« on: January 23, 2011, 11:12:20 AM » 

I wonder if anyone can help?  I am the executor of a will that includes a Lancia Delta Integrale which we need to sell.  We don't know very much about them, so I'm looking to some expert - ideally local to Dorset - to take a look at it and tell us exactly what we have got.  I'm quite happy to pay a fee and/or expenses; I don't want to end up selling something that I don't understand.  i THINK it might be an Evo30, if that makes sense? 

It's had a full body refurbishment (but in what I suspect is a non-standard maroony colour; it used to be white), and looks lovely, and goes like stink, and corners amazingly.  After that, I get a little vague. 

I'll be in Dorset, where the car is,  on 1st & 2nd Feb so, in a perfect world, I'd could meet someone then.  Alternatively, if you're not that sort of expert, I'd appreciate being pointed at someone who is.

All feedback welcome.   

so with it having a colour change from white it may have  been done in an alfa colour if the one quoted is similar to winner red.

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1994 Delta HF integrale
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