A 1994 Lancia Delta Integrale Evoluzione II wearing Lord Blue over Tan Alcantara is now on the auction block, giving you the unique chance of ownership. Thanks to a legal import process, the car has a clean and clear Texas title, so it’s ready to register and be driven on public roads. This Italian comes straight from Japan and is destined for your garage. As you can see, the overall condition of this ride is clean. Even more importantly, the mechanical systems are all running strong, according to VICCI Online Car Auctions.
With under 40,000 miles, this Lancia still has plenty of life. Meticulous documentation shows the previous owner cared closely for the car. As a result, you get to enjoy the street-legal version of the famous rally car. A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine works with a 5-speed manual transmission and all-wheel drive to keep you engaged and craving more time behind the wheel. This is the kind of performance car you can enjoy year round, even if you live where winters can be rough.
The previous owner obviously wanted to dial things up a bit without getting too crazy, because this car wears some tasteful and strategic mods. Among them is a Mykowa Engineering gas pedal and oil pan, Goodrich stainless steel brake lines, an HKS EVC 5 valve controller, Samcon hoses for the radiator and turbo, a Flex aluminum radiator, and Ultra silicone spark plug cables. To help with the already sharp handling, there are strut tower bars in the front and rear, Aragosto coilovers Type E with pillow ball mounts are in place, Elephant/Spoon bushings for the front and rear were installed, and a body brace is visible in the rear passenger area on the floor.
With only a few small chips, the Lord Blue paint shines up nicely. All the body panels are straight with no indication of collision damage. Small damage to the passenger-side front fender from an object falling on the car caused the owner to have the entire body resprayed rather than have non-matching paint on one panel. There are some nice features like upgraded euro headlights and the original glass all around.
Like the exterior, the Tan Alcantara interior looks good for its age. Some wear on the seat bolsters is visible, especially on the driver’s seat, but everything else is pretty spotless. There’s also a small amount of wear on the factory Momo steering wheel, which is to be expected. All the gauges, controls, and lights are working. A JDM stereo and speakers have been installed, so you can enjoy the upgraded sound quality.
As the swan song for the road-legal version of the monstrous Delta HF Integrale, this Lancia Delta integrale EVO II is a modern legend. This car has been pampered, which shows in every area, making for a less risky acquisition versus others. If you’re always fantasized about owning one of these legendary Italian cars, now would be an excellent time to pull the trigger and place a bid.
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