The Lancia Delta was never officially sold in the United States when it was new. Naturally, we want what we can't have, so now, Deltas are now highly desirable among enthusiasts. While most of the imported hot hatches sell for around $20,000 to $30,000 here in the States, we think this track-ready one might go for a bit more.
This car, a 1989 16V, started its life in Germany before being purchased by its seller in Vancouver, Canada, who after a few months decided the car needed a full racing makeover. In addition to the rebuilt engine and replaced turbocharger, this Delta is also fitted with fully adjustable BC coilovers, a single driver's side racing seat, and a welded-in rollcage. This isn't your typical rally-heratige build.
The front brakes have also been upgraded with Brembo-sourced parts, and the wheels are wider. The seller claims this Integrale is perfectly road legal in Canada, and registering it in the U.S. shouldn't be much of an issue, because it does pass our 25 year importation law.
If you're looking to break out of the norms of the car world and be the most popular person at your local track event, this car might just be the one for you. And with only seven days to , you won't see another like it for a long time.