The LANCIA DELTA INTEGRALE EVO II was the final iteration of the Delta HF Integrale. This street-going version of the legendary rally car counterpart comes with a turbocharged 2.0L 16-valve four sending power to all four wheels through a 5-speed manual transmission. This 1993 Lancia Delta EVO II comes from Japan with only 60,3xx kilometers (37k miles) and shows exceptionally well. Imported by GF Motorsports, who was named as one of the premier Lancia importers in the country by Hagerty, handled all paperwork and this vehicle has a clean and clear Texas title. See the Hagerty article here: https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2019/08/14/your-definitive-lancia-delta-hf-integrale-buyers-guide
The Monza Red (Rosso Monza) paint shows very well with only a few minor chips, a very straight body showing no door dings, and no stress cracks anywhere on the car. The doors, hatch and hood open and close as they should, the grille is in wonderful shape, and the front windshield area and roof are free from rust. All glass is the original etched Lancia glass and is crack and chip free. The driver’s side front turn signal does show light condensation in it and this car has upgraded euro spec headlights. There are weather tech rain guards installed on all four doors.
The Tan Alcantara interior is original and in very good condition, just like the exterior. The only visible wear is the seat bolsters which is extremly minor. All door panels are in excellent condition, the rear door panels are still covered in the original delivery plastic. The dashboard, which looks like it's out of a fighter jet, is in great shape with every gauge and light working. The stock Momo wheel is perfect, the rear area and package shelf are untouched and in great shape and there is an aftermarket Kenwood stereo with an usb port. All other electronics are stock.
The chassis is clean enough to eat off of with the shocks and springs appearing to be new. All bushing on the sway bars are new and there is no rust on this chassis anywhere. The wheels do havel some scratches on them but the tires are in great shape. There is an aftermarket Quick brand muffler installed on the car which gives it a great tone, but is not too loud for daily driving.
The engine compartment is free from rust and damage There is an aftermarket aluminum radiator installed as well as a carbon fiber scope cover under the large hood vent for amazing cooling. All hoses and belts are in great shape and the engine compartment photo is before detailin, which takes place next week.
At 59,767 kilometers the car had timing belt, tensioners, water pump, alternator, oil/filter, coolant, differential, transmission, and brake fluid changed.
This Lanica comes with two sets of keys, Japanese records of maintenance, and the original tool kits.
Driving impressions from the current owner:
"I have driven the car around 250KM, this is my third EVO 2 and the car drives as it should. This car pulls hard! It shifts perfectly. The car brakes in a straight line. The ride is not firm, it is just planted to the road. The chassis is free from rust and damage. The paint stands out on this car. This car has no surprises. It gathers a crowd where ever you drive it. Parked next to Lambos and Ferraris no one cares about those cars. Everyone wants a picture with the Rally Queen."