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1994 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 2 Sparks Bidding War

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Debuting in 1979 as a small Italian family car, the Lancia Delta took the world by surprise in the late 1980s and early 1990s when it completely dominated the World Rally Championships.

In 1991, Lancia debuted the Delta Integrale Evo which led to even more victories on the race track. However, Lancia retired from rally racing after the 1991 season and independent race teams such as Martini Racing actually fielded the Evo cars for the 1992 season. This led to Lancia winning its final Constructor's World Rally Championship. From there, Lancia’s focus shifted from the track to the street and in 1993 the Delta Integrale Evo 2 made its debut. Updates to the 2-liter 16-valve turbo engine made it the most powerful Delta up to that date with 212-horsepower. It featured a water-cooled Garrett turbocharger and an advanced engine management system. With an Alcantara upholstery covering Recaro seats and a leather wrapped MOMO steering wheel coming as standard options these cars offered style to match its performance.

This 1994 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 2 being offered on Bring a Trailer is finished in Rosso Monza with the standard tan Alcantara upholstery covering Recaro sport seats. . Under the hood is a turbocharged and intercooled 2.0-liter inline-4 engine paired with a five-speed manual transaxle that drives all four wheels. Other features include fog lamps, an adjustable rear spoiler, and a Martini Racing livery.

Since being imported into the U.S. from Japan in 2020, this 1994 Evo 2 has been repainted and has been well serviced. Parts such as the timing belt, water pump, clutch hose, valve cover gasket, battery, and engine and transmission mounts have all been replaced. It has also been fitted with an Alpine CD stereo and speakers, an HKS boost controller, and Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 tires. With just over 98K-miles showing on the odometer, this Evo 2 is now being offered on dealer consignment in Oregon with recent service records and a clean Washington title and it has already sparked somewhat of a bidding war. Don’t miss out.

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