The Lancia is stored in our Aiken, SC climate controlled warehouse and comes with a current South Carolina title. We do not consign vehicles. The inventory shown is 100% owned, maintained, and driven by us here at Car Cave. For more pictures and information please visit www.carcaveusa.com.Video available on our YouTube channel at https://youtu.be/7uMSmDR5XbkThis 1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Evoluzione is shown here in Derby Green with the Grey Alcantara upholstery and charcoal carpets. The exterior has one respray and shows extremely with no signs of rust or previous body work. All interior upholstery and carpet is original and in exceptional condition. All manuals, service book, receipts, annual technical control inspections, and large historical file accompany the vehicle which show a total of 3 owners. Originally sold new on June 6, 1992 to an owner residing in Biella, Italy. The original owner kept the Lancia for over a decade when finally sold on July 7, 2003 to a Jean Charles who was a proprietor of a high end auto boutique in St Mande, France. We believe Jean Charles kept the vehicle at an estate near Le Coteau from the information contained in the service records. Jean Charles kept the Lancia for 2 years when he passed on ownership to a Mr DeJesús of La Bonneville-sur-Iton on Septemer 21, 2005.A very original Integrale Evo in excellent all around condition now showing approximately 131,000 KM (82,000 miles). All appears to be factory original with Lancia logos and matching VIN etching with exception of the windshield. A smooth running turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four puts traction to the ground through a five-speed manual transmission and all wheel drive. This Integrale does have the factory rear waterbag option which provides additional cooling to the intercooler. The Evolution I is obvious in appearance with an adjustable rear spoiler and longer extended boxed fender flares to accommodate the extended track width. Additional factory features include power front windows, adjustable headlights, fog lights, disc brakes with ABS, factory Recaro bucket seats. An aftermarket Clarioin ARX6270R cassette player with 6 disc changer and Alpine speakers has been installed. Original 15'x7.5' Lancia factory rims with 205/50ZR15 tires. Looking through the three-spoke steering wheel the driver will see yellow-letter Veglia Borletti gauges including a speedometer, tachometer, voltmeter, fuel gauge, temp, and bar. Offset to the right is another set of gauges with oil temp and oil pressure plus a bank of additional warning lights.The service book shows the original owner maintained the vehicle with the selling Lancia dealer in Biella, Italy. An engine rebuild was performed by the Lancia dealer in Le Coteau, France approximately 30,000 miles ago. The engine suffered from a blown head gasket but the owner decided to have the entire engine rebuilt. Recent maintenance and new parts includes a turbo (cartridge replaced and retained factory original housing), OEM EVO specific struts, belts, and throttle position sensor.Lancia boasts a rich motorsport history and at the time had its own motorsport department, Lancia HF (High Fidelity), where competition components were developed. From the mid-sixties onwards, Lancia supplied, in addition to specific components, ready-made HF competition models to privileged customers. Best known are the Fulvia Rallye HF, Lancia Stratos and the Lancia Group B guns Lancia 037 and Lancia Delta S4.After Group B rally cars were banned in the World Cup after the disastrous 1986 season, Lancia was best prepared for the future with Group A rally cars. After all, Lancia had the compact family car, the Lancia Delta. The top model of this model, the Delta HF Turbo four-wheel drive, was installed in the competition department. Lancia sent this competition animal under the name Lancia Delta HF 4WD and later Delta Integrale to the World Cup. With success because Lancia won the constructor title in the World Championship rally six times in a row (1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 and 1992). During all these years, Lancia continued to develop the Delta. The track versions naturally benefited from this success. The 2 liter engine of 165 hp from the Delta HF 4WD evolved to 210 hp in the Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16V Evoluzione.After the World Cup campaign, the demand for the Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16V Evoluzione remained particularly high. Especially for these enthusiasts, Lancia developed the ultimate Delta HF Integrale 16V Evoluzione 2 or simply EVO 2. The EVO 1 and EVO 2 grew into a collector's item. Good specimens with few miles on the clock and an extensive maintenance history are rare.