The Lancia Delta Integrale is a marvelous piece of motoring, and due to its shared motorsport connection, there are few examples left today as clean as the one we’re presenting.
Given that we’re discussing the Lancia Delta Integrale, there’s no need to introduce the model, but when one of the greatest rally cars of all time appears on sale somewhere, we need to troll this accordingly. It is 25 years old now so it’s also completely legal to import in the United States, so the model is starting to become increasingly interesting in America. This particular example has been kept hidden in a Canadian garage for the past years and thus is in immaculate working condition. There’s a jet black finish and the iconic wheels are finished in gunmetal gray.
The beating heart is the original 2.0-liter turbocharged 16V engine packing 200 horsepower (149 kilowatts) and able to hit 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 5.5 seconds. The seller says the all wheel drive and five-speed manual gearbox are trouble free, with all service records – including a recent timing belt, water pump, and air conditioning service – in place as recent as 2009. The car has just 61,000 miles (98,000 kilometers) to its odometer, warranting the “Buy It Now” price of $27,500.