A good part of the passionate about the world of motor buy and sell vehicles with the objective of and be satisfied emotionally, to lead them. Depending on the figures you have in your checking account, you can buy a type of sports with a few years under their belts, or others; that is to say, from cars for just € 3,000 up to units that exceed six digits. These last are also looking for to further increase his balance in the bank, sometimes without the use of the vehicle. The Lancia Delta Integrale is one of the sports most legendary of the past few decades, being an object of worship for thousands of people in all corners of the planet.
The unity that we see in the images is a Lancia Delta Integrale Evo II 1993. This variant used the same engine from the Evo I, but improved and with a catalyst. Despite the introduction of the system to reduce pollution, the 2-liter, 16-valve, 4-cylinder, and supercharging by turbo was able to develop 215 hp. Today to speak of 215 hp not means practically nothing, because that amount of power you can equip up to a SUV, but in the early 90’s such a figure of power means sportsmanship.
The Delta Integrale is already considered a true classic, even more in this version Integrale Evo II. Its price, like that of many other sports cars of the era, such as the BMW M3, which played an important role in the racing world, is rising as the foam on the market of the occasion and, not to be the market click on a form similar to the housing bubble, it will rise to figures very high in a short time.
The Lancia Delta Integrale Evo II particular that we are concerned with these lines upcoming auction of the hand of SilverstoneAuctions. Despite being registered in the Uk has its steering wheel on the left side, and in the box of instruments, we can read a distance of 41.010 miles. According to the company’s auction, has been developed recently and includes the book of the history of maintenance. The estimated price will reach this unit is between 28,000 and 32,000 pounds, that is to say, between 30.500 and € 35,000 approximately.
Source – SilverstoneAuctions