• Apr 26, 2011
Lancia Delta Integrale special editions – Click above for a high-res image gallery

It's rare enough to find one Lancia Delta Integrale for sale in North America. It's rarer still to find an example of one of the special edition cars Lancia made over the last two years of the Delta Integrale's life cycle. This week, though, Bring a Trailer is featuring two such cars from one Canadian seller.

The first car is one of 400 1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Martini 5 Special Editions, built to commemorate Lancia's fifth World Rally Championship. The Martini 5 also marked the first run of special edition Integrales. According to the seller, this one has been upgraded with Martini 6 decals, 17-inch Speedline wheels and a catalytic converter-less Group B exhaust system.

Inside, there's an aftermarket OMP steering wheel, Alcantara trim and a pair of delicious Recaro buckets. The seller says he still has the original wheels if the 17s are a bit much. Though the car is apparently street legal in Canada, it will need a catalytic converter if it's going to pass a smog test in Vancouver. Those of us in the States will have to make do with a show and display exception, or wait until the car is 25 years old before it can be registered.

The second car is one of 250 1994 Lancia Delta Integrale Edizione Finale cars made specifically for the Japanese market. Like all Edizione Finales, this example wears Rosso Amarento paint, and carries a laundry list of the Delta's most desirable options. That means a set of anthracite gray 16-inch Speedline wheels, push-button start, carbon fiber trim, aluminum pedals, a passenger footrest and the same Recaro furniture that graces the Martini Delta. On top of all that, the Edizione Finale received a bump to 250 horsepower, thanks to revised engine management.

Both cars are available exclusively through BaT, though we doubt they'll be sticking around too long given their rarity and desirability. Unfortunately for us, they're priced accordingly. The 1992 Martini 5 car is listed at a heady $80,000, while the 1994 Edizione Finale is "just" $65,000. Head over to Bring A Trailer for more.




[Source: BringATrailer]


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      loloh
      • 3 Years Ago
      So beautiful, so legendary... A truly excellent car, and the last one from a breed of excellent cars which started with the Fulvia. (Then came the Stratos, 037, Delta S4 and this one, the Delta Integrale). And it wasn't so long ago that these cars were made... what happend afterwards? WHY LANCIA WHY!!!??? I WANT U BACK!
        Albert Ferrer
        • 3 Years Ago
        @loloh
        Since it doesn't let me reply the second comment... Basically, and without getting to extensive, in 1986 Fiat bought Alfa Romeo, effectively endig up with two brands (Lancia, previously bought in 1969 and the aforementioned Alfa) which catered to the same market. Two put a bit of difference, it was decided that Alfa Romeo would be the sporty brand and Lancia the luxurious one. So from the early 90's everything started to go downhill for Lancia. And the rest, as they say, is history. By the way, it's ironic that Lancia will be the first of the two brands to actually get a return to mass production rear wheel drive cars. Oh and with regards to VW, they may manage their brands in terms of profits better, but when it comes to the enthusiast...
          loloh
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Albert Ferrer
          Ok thank you for making that point clear. However, is Alfa nowadays a sporty brand? The fact that the 159 is FWD is an insult.. a huge disrespect to the brand and it is not sporty at all. Neither Lancia or Alfa went in the right direction in the past years...
        legacyb442
        • 3 Years Ago
        @loloh
        Clarkson was right a few years ago about Lancia. The Delta, 037, and Stratos are tops on a long list of "cars I want" wish list. Alfa SZ, 156, as well 60's- and 70's cars from both. Fiat has a stacked deck of a legacy to pull from.
      ramairjer
      • 3 Years Ago
      And that's how you make a hot hatch.
      gtv4rudy
      • 3 Years Ago
      I was lucky enought to drive one in Italy for a few days that was owned by a cousin of mine, and wow, what a beast. The handling, the brakes and the steering along with that tubocharged engine left an impression on me until this day.
      Kuro Houou
      • 3 Years Ago
      Oh boy, would love to have one of those in my garage!! Just beautiful!!
      Dwhite
      • 3 Years Ago
      oh... I want... so bad.
      Redline
      • 3 Years Ago
      DO WANT X2
      Muttons
      • 3 Years Ago
      Amazing how good those 16s look on the red one. Cars have gotten so big these days that 16s look tiny.
      ack154
      • 3 Years Ago
      Sooo hot. Want to touch the hiney!
      Hashiryu
      • 3 Years Ago
      Will trade a kidney.....mmmm no make that a piece of my liver for the Integrale Martini.
      Rick C.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Same here. Would love to add one to my vintage Italian car collection.
      unapietra
      • 3 Years Ago
      Lamborghini Day at Colosseum [Rome] http://roma.corriere.it/roma/gallery/roma/04-2011/lamborghini/1/lamborghini-day-colosseo_c6d8978e-701a-11e0-9dd7-595a41612a44.shtml#1
      KAG
      • 3 Years Ago
      Pure porn, we need cars like them again.
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