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Lancia Delta Integrale buying guide

Lancia Delta Integrale 8v Lancia Delta Integrale 8v interior Lancia Delta Integrale 8v engine Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 1 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 1 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 1 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 2 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 2 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 2 interior Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 2 engine The Group A Lancia Delta Integrale could have been the marketing team’s worst nightmare: slower than its rallying predecessor, and based on a seven-year-old shopping car that was close to pensionable. But the people behind its creation had been responsible for such icons as the Stratos, 037 and Delta S4, all amazing rallying machines and delectable road cars. And so the roadgoing Delta Integrale matched its chunky, square-edged styling with a fistful of competition-bred brio, and did it all for a bargain price compared with its closest rival, the Audi Quattro.

Between 1987 and 1992, the Integrale utterly dominated its branch of motor sport, winning 46 rallies and six constructors’ championships outright. And to keep the rally car at the sharp end of the results table, the road car went through a number of iterations, each more potent than the last.

As a road car, the Integrale is a truly joyful experience. Although it was only offered in left-hand drive form it was quite a success in the UK. Just like on the rally stages, its big rivalry in the early days came in the form of the Audi quattro. Although the German competitor was significantly more expensive to buy, the Delta was smaller, quicker and much lighter on its feet. The Integrale is a true drivers’ machine, and delivers a huge amount of feel and feedback that makes them irresistible. 

Steve Smith - Former rally driver turned specialist on why you’ll want one

I bought my first Delta for rallying before becoming a dealer in 1988. I bought an HF and prepared it for Group N rallying, and went to town with the preparation, including body strengthening. The end result was the most successful and reliable rally car I ever had.

In 1990, the end of the second year of competing in a Delta in motorsport, we were competing in the RAC Rally. Throughout the event we were running first in the privateer class. We ended up finishing 20th overall, first in Group N. From there, the phone started ringing, and I ended up running and preparing a number of Integrales with great success. Since then we’ve become a manufacturer of our own parts for these cars and we’re now the biggest specialist in the UK, possibly the world.

Our customers range from those wanting totally standard, original, immaculate cars – and limited editions sell from £40,000, even £70,000 for the really special ones. Not so many use them for competition these days. And while any Evo you’d be happy to own will cost from £15,000, even £30,000 for a good Evo 2, usable 8-valves start at £4000 – not many people want those; workaday 16-valves start around £6000. Obviously there are bad examples out there, and the old ones can be manky – especially with corrosion – but nothing that can’t be sorted with time, patience and money.

Some customers have the impression that Integrales cost a fortune to run. But if you buy a good car, they all just have four spark plugs, brakes and parts like any other cars, and replacements aren’t expensive. They only cost a lot if you buy badly. Deltas are no worse than any other cars. They’re getting old, and they’re not as bad as people say.
 
Lancia Integrale corrosion checkpoints

There are problems potential owners need to be well aware of, many of which are unique to the Integrale. The rear crossmember, for instance, is one of those peculiar items – on the Evo 2 it was strengthened by double-skinning. But water gets in, meaning the later crossmembers corroded more than the early ones. People are making replacement panels now, which makes things a little bit better.

Some are rusty, and some aren’t. I picked up a 1988 8-valve, and it’s spot-on – amazing. But the secret to maintaining a rot-free Delta is to keep it garaged regardless of the weather, as condensation builds up in the box sections, setting it off rusting from inside.

And what I see is lots of people, when going to see a car, putting too much emphasis on the number of stamps in the service book, regardless of condition. My advice is simple: go with your eyes open. You can do anything mechanically, but if you don’t have a good body to start with, you’re in trouble. Check for holes around the windscreen – if there are bubbles, it needs proper renovation by removing the screeen. The back of the roof also needs looking at – the tailgate has a piece of rubber that stops water running in when the hatch is opened. It rubs, removes the paint, and causes corrosion. Most cars have had some paintwork done now in that area.

You need to look in the wheelarches, especially around the rear. There can be lots of corrosion hidden from view. The panel behind the rear bumper can be bad, and the slam panel beneath the tailgate can corrode. The edges of the floor around the jacking points and the sills are often not nice, and the front corners of the chassis rails can be rust hot-spots.

As well as general rot, you hear about the bodyshell cracking. The later cars seem to be worse, and the section near the top of the A-post where it meets the roof rail can soon reveal cracks. Another area is in the footwell – here they just crack instead of rusting. This can also happen around the handbrake area as well. Fitting ultra-hard springs and dampers won’t do the car any favours, putting additional stresses through the shell.

Lancia Integrale engine problems


Standard engines that have never been tuned are bulletproof. We had a lot of cambelt failures a long time ago – early 16-valves used the 8-valve cambelts, and they could break at just 12,000 miles. All the cars are on modified belts now, and the service interval for this is 60,000 miles according to Lancia, but we say half that. All in, it’s £350-400. 
 
Due to the ease of upping the boost pressure to free up a bit more power, tuned Integrales are not uncommon. In most cases, if done correctly to safe levels, there isn’t much to worry about but caution is always advised when buying. Generally the earlier 8 valve engine is stronger, and is actually a safer bet when tuning, although these are now among the rarest Integrales.

How about the transmission?

The transmission is strong too. We’ve seen all elements of it break – if you have 400-500bhp, you can break anything. But I did three years of motor sport with standard transmission and never had a problem. It’s all down to the driver – and every car has had several owners now.

The Integrale appeal

For me, it’s the motor sport aspect that makes the Integrale so special. I’d been rallying for some years before it with Escort BDAs. I wanted something different. At the start of special stages, spectators loved the Delta. They would stop and look. You get such a buzz from owning and driving one; even now, people come up to you and want to talk about Deltas, saying how wonderful they are. When the cars were new we didn’t appreciate just how good they were – they cost £25,000 at the end. When they stopped making it I ordered ten on spec, as they were the last ones. They are just special.

Lancia Delta Integrale timeline

1986: Delta HF Turbo 4WD is introduced, with Thema’s 2-litre twin-cam ‘four’ and Garrett T2.5 water-cooled turbo. 165bhp on tap, along with 210lb ft of torque. Torque split is biased 56:44 front:rear while top speed is 130mph. 0-60mph in 6.6 seconds; 5298 built.

1988: Integrale arrives, with boxy wheelarches housing bigger wheels and brakes. T3 turbo is bigger, as is the intercooler, so there are now bonnet louvres for extra cooling. With 185bhp and 224lb ft of torque, it’ll do 135mph and 0-60mph in 6.2 seconds. 9841 made.

1989: Now 16 valves and car sits closer to ground. ABS is optional and torque split is now 47:53 front:rear. Power is 200bhp, top speed 137mph and 0-60mph in 5.7 seconds. 12,860 produced.

1991: Evo 1 launched, with even bigger ’arches and wider track. There are also stronger brakes with ABS, and rear wing is adjustable. 210bhp but performance is same as previous 16-valve model.

1992: Special series of 400 with white wheel rims, Martini Racing colours along sides, black bonnet grilles and a black rear spoiler. Inside are Recaro seats, black Alcantara upholstery with red stitching, and red seat belts. Each car has a numbered silver plate on its centre console. Later that year comes another series of 310 special editions, in white with a Martini Racing strip along sides. They have Alcantara Recaro seats with red stitching, and HF logo on head restraints.

1993: Final derivative goes on sale: Evoluzione 2. Wheels are now 16in, tyres are wider and air-con is standard. Turbo is smaller to reduce lag while power rises to 215bhp. Number of Special Edition cars made to celebrate Integrale’s success: Giallo, Blue Lagos, Pearl White, Dealer Edition and Final Edition.

Lancia Delta Integrale special editions
 
There were many different special edition versions of the Integrale Evo throughout its life. Here’s a list of them all. 
 
Club Italia – Based on the Evo 1, just 15 were built for members of Club Italia. Although all cars differ in slight detail, the cam covers are painted in Blue and yellow – like the famous Fanalone Fulvias
 
Hi Fi – Built for members of Lancia’s HiFi Club, existing to serve people who had bought a minimum of seven new Lancia models. 25 built
 
Dealers Collection – Painted in a shade of Candy Red, a GM colour, unique options incude a push-button start and passenger foot brace. 179 were built, each with a numbered plaque
Lancia Delta Integrale Martini 5
Martini 5 – Evo 1-based special, built to celebrate the Integrale’s fifth consecutive World Rally Championship. It’s marked out by white paint, Martini stripes, and Black Alcantara with red stitching and red seatbelts. 400 built
 
Gialla Ginestra – These yellow Evo 2 models featured air conditioning and a black Alcantara interior. 515 built
 
Lancia Club – A mix of blue and red cars built for members of the Lancia Club. Just 8 built
 
Verde York - Special dark green paint and beige leather interior. 580 Evo 1 models built, with an extra 22 Evo 2 models produced in 1994
 
Bianca Perlata – Painted Pearl white, with a thin grey coachline. 370 built
 
Blu Lagos – A special new colour along with a thin yellow stripe along the flank. 205 produced
 
Martini 6 – Special edition Martini-striped edition car to commemorate the car’s sixth (and final) World Rally Championship win. 310 built
 
Final Edition – This run of red cars with a stripe running down the centre of the car was among the final batch of cars to leave the factory. Upgrades include a rear strut brace. 250 built in total
 
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  • Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16v EVO 2 LE

    £45,000 £45,000

    Lancia Delta HF Integrale EVO 2 1994 Limited Edition 2L Turbo 5 Speed Manual Number 55/220 LHD first registered in Italy February 1994 finished in Giallo Ginestra with Charcoal Alcantara Recaro Seats with Yellow Contrast Stitching, SABELT Red Race Harnesses, Gizzmo MS-IBC Multi-Scramble Boost Controller, 16 Inch Alloys in Grey with Red Brake Callipers, Black Leather Momo Corse Steering Wheel, Carbon Interior Trim Around the Gearstick, Momo Stainless Steel Pedals, Electric Windows, Climate Control, Suedecloth Headlining, Spare Wheel, Front Fog Lamps, Rear Wiper Blade, Rear Screen Demist, Rear Spoiler, Sigma Remote Central Locking and Immobiliser, Large History File with Recent Service at Auto Integrale on 14/10/15 with Cam Belt Change, Replaced Belts and Tensioners, Replaced Front Brake Pipe, New Droplinks, Uprated Upper Sump Gasket and Filters. Finance available on request - subject to status and terms. Ask about our Company Directors packages. Fully Valeted; UK Wide Delivery Available; Part Exchange Welcome. Follow us on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

    • Year: 1994
    For sale
    Targa Florio
    01243 641117
  • Lancia Delta Delta Integrale MARTINI 5 4WD [LHD]

    £74,995 £74,995

    Limited edition, Very Rare Model, MARTINI 5, Four wheel-drive, Left-hand drive, Air conditioning, Central locking, Alloy wheels, CD Player, Electric windows, Radio. 5 seats, Viewing By Appointment Only. The is most iconic road-going Integrales produced; a Martini 5. Limited run of 400 examples, the Martini 5 was a special run of cars built to celebrate the 5th consecutive World Rally Championship for the Lancia team. Not only a fantastic car to drive and enjoy, but a great investment. Lancia Delta Features

    • Mileage: 29000 mi
    For sale
    WRC Sales
    01274 734657
  • Lancia Delta HF INTEGRALE TURBO 16V 4WD Martini

    £19,995 £19,995

    About this Lancia Delta HF INTEGRALE TURBO 16V 4WD Martini The Lancia Delta is a small family car produced by Italian automobile manufacturer Lancia in three generations. The first generation produced between 1979 and 1994, the second generation from 1993 to 1999, and the third generation from 2008 to 2014. The Delta was first shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1979. It dominated the World Rally Championship during the late 1980s and early 1990s however the homologation requirements of Group A regulations meant marketing road-going versions of these competition cars, hence the Turbocharged Lancia Delta HF Integrale 4WD as here. Despite the fact that the 8v Integrale had dominated the 1988 World Rally Championship, Lancia knew that further development and more power were required to keep the car competitive with its newer rivals. Accordingly the 16v Integrale appeared a short time later and made a winning debut on the 1989 San Remo Rally. This beautifully presented 16v Integrale has only been registered to Meridian Modena in the UK although was originally delivered by Official Lancia dealer, Portelet Garage to Mr Labresse in Jersey on 22nd February. Included with the vehicle is th

    • Mileage: 71232 mi
    For sale
    Arun Ltd
    01798 874477
  • Lancia Delta Integrale 16V '90

    £20,554 £20,554

    Specifications Bodywork Length: cm (in): 390 (153) Width: cm (in): 169 (66.4) Height: cm (in): 136 (53.7) Wheelbase: cm (in): 248 (97.6) Weight: kg (lb): 1250 (2756) Mechanics . Displacement: inline 4 1995 cc (122 cu in), turbo, front-mounted Valve gear: 16 Fuel system: T3 Garrett turbo, Weber injection Gearbox: 5-speed manual Driven wheels: all-wheel drive Maximum power: 208 hp at 5750 rpm Maximum torque: 298 Nm at 3500 t/m Maximum speed: 216 km/h (134 mph) For more pictures sroll down. This car is just in at Oldtimerfarm, Aalter Belgium. Steenweg op Deinze 51C. Teusday-Saterday 10-17h (no appointment needed) Sunday: closed. Monday strictly on appointment. We specialize in consignment sales of collection cars. We are proud we can offer this car for sale. A more detailed description will soon follow. In the meantime you can have a look at the very ample photo coverage on the website. Of course Xavier or Olivier will be very happy to give you all possible explanations by phone on +32472401338. Meet us at: You can meet us at these events where we will show a sample of our stock. 13-14/02/2016 Flanders Collection Car Gent 04-06/03/2016 Antwerp Classic Salon 06-10/04/2016 28th Techno-C

    • Year: 1990
    For sale
  • 1995 Lancia Delta Integrale EVO 1 Impeccable Example Huge History File

    £34,990 £34,990

    John Holland Winner of Dealer's Dealer of the Year at the National Car Dealer Awards 2014/15 is delighted to offer for sale this stunning Lancia Delta Evolution 1. Presented in Monza Red with full San Remo Livery. This beautiful example has been cherished and has a huge history file dating back to new including original Books & Wallets. Specification includes water spray intercooler, 17" Compomotive Alloy Wheels, Drilled and Grooved Discs with Performance Pads, Supersprint Stainless Steel Exhaust System, Recaro Front seats but immaculate original seats are included, OMP Steering Wheel but again original is included. This is a truly outstanding example who's previous keeper has owned it for 12 years. John Holland has been established for over 40 years supplying a premium level of service in the sale of sports, prestige and collectors cars. We have a team of experienced buyers who hand pick our cars from all parts of the uk so you can buy with confidence all vehicles are HPI Clear and prepared to the highest standard, full dealer facilities available call the sales team for further information.

    • Year: 1995
    • Mileage: 83146 mi
    For sale
    John Holland
    0114 2565040
  • LANCIA DELTA 1600 1989

    £9,999 £9,999

    lancia delta ;gtie 1600 ;2wd ;roll cage ;rally / track car ;lots of bits done to it ;bigger turbo ,chipped ,dump valve ,etc ;compromotive 16" rally wheels ;evo bonnet bumper lights spoiler ;wide body hf arches ;just repainted ;koni suspension poly bushes and modified arms ;rust free ;stainless exhaust ;recent cam belt water pump rad plugs dizzy cap and service ;lots of other bit please call for more info

    • Mileage: 103000 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • 1994 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 2 –

    £49,995 £49,995

    A superb Blu Lagos Evo 2 of reference quality with continuous service history from new. History of this car One of 215 made, according to the Fiat archive this Blu Lagos Evo 2 chassis 585193 was built in May 1994 and delivered to Fiat-Lancia dealer Autoper with original engine 1549768. This is a matching numbers car today. It was supplied new to the first owner in Verona, northern Italy on 12th October 1994. The car was serviced at 15,000 KM on 16th January 1996 at a Lancia main dealer, and again on 14th October 1997 at which time the car had travelled 21,000 KM. Both of these services are stamped in the original Lancia Warranty and Service booklet that accompanies the car. The car remained under the careful eye of its first owner until 2002 when it was imported into the UK, at which time it had travelled just 27,000 KM. The car was imported to the UK in September 2002 where the cam belt was immediately changed at 27,000 KM. The meticulous second owner kept the car for some 10 years during which time a vast stack of service records and receipts were accumulated. We purchased the car in 2012 at which time the car had done 72,000 KM. We have continued to maintain and cherish this Int

    • Year: 1994
    For sale
  • Lancia Delta 2.0 Integrale [LHD] EVO 2

    £47,995 £47,995

    EVO 2, BIANCO WHITE, Warranted Mileage, EUROPEAN SPECIFICATION, Beige Alcantra Recaro Interior, High Back Seats,Four wheel-drive, Left-hand drive, upgraded suspension, Professionally fitted Macintosh hifi system, Air conditioning, Central locking, 16'' Alloy wheels, CD Player, Electric windows, Radio. Original Spare Wheel, Original Tool Kit, Complete with bookpacks, 5 seats, Collectors Item Lancia Delta Features Left Hand Drive Power Steering Air Conditioning Alcantara Leather Electric Front Windows Sports Seats

    • Mileage: 25800 mi
    For sale
    WRC Sales
    01274 734657
  • Lancia Delta

    POA POA

    Martini 5 , No: 388 of 400. Car was acquired from a wealthy persons garage. Car was stored. Did not run at first but I changed a pressure sensor and it runs. Car is not in the condition of cars maintained in Europe or Us but carr was not used a lot. I think it needs minor details. Car located in Jeddah Saudi Arabia. Chassis No: ZLA831AB0 * 005686

    • Year: 1992
    • Mileage: 4700 mi
    For sale
    Mubarak Alsharif
  • Lancia DELTA INTEGRALE EVO2

    POA POA

    Features : EVO 2, 215 hp, integral management, Box 5 reports. Comment : Work carried out in 2015, complete revision, Filled. 4 Tires, coolant pump, discs and pads + Alternator belt, brake hose, blister relay, thermostat housing, Support Engine, gearbox support, universal joints, triangle, electricity, battery.

    • Year: 2009
    • Mileage: 42076 mi
    For sale
    MMC Paris
    (+33)1 46 47 29 29
  • Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evolution II

    POA POA

    1994 Integrale EVO 2 42,000 miles(62,000km) finished in lord blue with tan alcantara interior, factory specification includes air conditioning, electric windows, central locking, Recaro seats, 16″ alloy wheels. Fitted with a modern Alpine radio with iPod & Bluetooth connectivity and a Thatcham immobiliser. Comes with a comprehensive maintenance file and has just benefitted from a major service which has included cam belt, water pump, spark plugs & HT leads, all fluids including diff & gearbox oils have been changed and the air conditioning has been checked and serviced. This is not your normal tired and abused Integrale. A superb rot-free cherished example that is on the button and ready to enjoy.

    • Mileage: 42000 mi
    For sale
    Avantgarde
    07986 694448
  • Lancia Delta 2.0 Integrale [LHD] EVO 2

    £39,995 £39,995

    EVO 2, MONZA RED, Warranted Mileage, Timing Belt and Water Pump Replaced, EUROPEAN SPECIFICATION, Beige Alcantra Recaro Interior, High Back Seats, Four wheel-drive, Left-hand drive, upgraded suspension, Air conditioning, Central locking, 16'' Alloy wheels, CD Player, Electric windows, Radio. Original Spare Wheel, Original Tool Kit, 5 seats, Viewing By Appointment Only,. Power Steering, Air Conditioning. Lancia Delta Features Power Steering Air Conditioning Alcantara Leather Electric Front Windows Sports Seats

    • Mileage: 43000 mi
    For sale
    WRC Sales
    01274 734657
  • LANCIA DELTA Intergrale Evo 1 1992

    £39,995 £39,995

    This is an amazing example of a Lancia Delta Intergrale Evo 1 finished in Winner Red Metallic with full Grey Velour/Alcantara trim. The car has covered 88735KM/55000 miles in its life with 4 previous owners and has been Spa Belgium Winner in its time with trophy and certificate included in the sale of the vehicle.;;The car is mostly standard but has been fitted in its life wife a few choice additions including:;- 16" Evo 2 Alloy wheels with Pirelli tyres;- OMP Short Shift gear stick and internal trim;- Slightly lowered suspension;- Tarox 40 Groove front discs and pads;- Stainless steel brake flexi hoses;- Full stainless steel exhaust system;- Clifford anti theft immobiliser system;- Single CD player;;Included in the sale is a full documented history detailing the full life of the car including original invoices, MOT's and service invoices, as well as all spare keys, full owners handbook and of course the aforementioned Certificate and Trophy. For all further enquiries relating to the car and to arrange a viewing please do not hesitate to contact us.

    • Mileage: 55000 mi
    • Engine size: 1.995
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  • Lancia Delta

    £39,995 £39,995

    Simply stunning example of this wonderfully designed modern classic car. Finished in Monza red and beige Alcantara interior featuring Recaro bucket seats. This vehicle has covered just 94656 km or 56793 miles. This car features: ABS, Air Con, Central locking, Electric windows, Heated rear screen, Adjustable rear spoiler, Sparco Steering wheel, Evoluzione mats, Lancia front seat covers, RAZO type 300 gear lever, IMASF exhaust, GREDDY turbo timer, Alpine CD player with JL Audio subwoofer, COBRA Alarm & Immobiliser Also includes number plate L77 WRC (7 x World rally Champ) A true icon of a car that gives lots of pleasure as well as a safe future investment. Call 01536 201398 Weekday viewing available in our Corby Showroom

    • Year: 1994
    • Mileage: 56793 mi
    For sale
  • Lancia Delta 2.0 Integrale [LHD] EVO 2

    £37,995 £37,995

    EVO 2, LORD BLUE, Upgraded Suspension, Warranted Mileage, Full Service History, Timing Belt Replaced, clear Plastic protection on interior door cards Beige Alcantra Recaro Interior, High Back Seats, Four wheel-drive, Left-hand drive, Air conditioning, Central locking, 16" Alloy wheels, CD Player, Electric windows, Radio. Original Spare Wheel, Original Tool Kit, 5 seats, Viewing By Appointment Only, Lancia Delta Features Power Steering Air Conditioning Alcantara Leather Electric Front Windows Sports Seats

    • Mileage: 50000 mi
    For sale
    WRC Sales
    01274 734657
  • Lancia Delta

    £79,995 £79,995

    The Lancia Delta was first revealed in 1979 at the Frankfurt Motor Show and has become an icon for dominating the Rallying world in the late 80s and early 90s. In 1991, Lancia introduced the 'Evoluzione' variants of the Integrale, which were to be the final homologation cars built for the Rally Team, racing under the Martini banner. Changes on the Evo cars included a wider front and rear track, leading to bigger arches as well as uprated diffs, suspension and importantly engine, with car now pushing out over 200bhp. It was these Evo I and Evo II Integrales that really boosted the appeal of the previous 16V Deltas; making them one of the most sought after cars both back in the 90s and still today. The example that we are offering is one of the most iconic road-going Integrales produced; a Martini 5 with just under 42,500 KM showing. Numbered 111 of just 400 examples, the Martini 5 was a special run of cars built to celebrate the 5th consecutive World Rally Championship for the Lancia team. The car is finished in the now iconic Martini livery and sits in very good overall condition, with the Alcantara interior complementing the well preserved body and mechanics of the car. The Martini 5 is one of the most recognisable Integrales ever produced, a model thats appreciation is only set to rise. Not only a fantastic car to drive and enjoy, but also a real chance to invest in Rallying history.

    • Mileage: 26750 mi
    For sale
  • Lancia Delta 2.0 16V Integrale 5dr 4WD [LHD]

    £34,995 £34,995

    Giallo Ginestra, Four wheel-drive, Left-hand drive, Air conditioning, Central locking, Alloy wheels, CD Player, Electric windows, Radio. 5 seats, Viewing By Appointment Only, Lancia Delta Features Left Hand Drive

    • Mileage: 34000 mi
    For sale
    WRC Sales
    01274 734657
  • Lancia Delta Delta Integrale MARTINI 6 4WD [LHD]

    £79,995 £79,995

    Limited edition, Very Rare Model, MARTINI 6, Four wheel-drive, Left-hand drive, Air conditioning, Central locking, Alloy wheels, CD Player, Electric windows, Radio. 5 seats, Viewing By Appointment Only, Lancia Delta Features Left Hand Drive

    • Mileage: 19000 mi
    For sale
    WRC Sales
    01274 734657
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