1992 Lancia Integrale Evo - Ultimate Spec - On The Market For Sale by Auction
Auction is LIVE now, and finishes on 18th July at themarket.co.uk
This is not a concours, low-mileage, investment-grade Evo. It’s something far more interesting, being a road-going, race-prepared monster of a car pushing out 407bhp at the wheels (so approximately 540bhp at the flywheel…) and 400ft/lbs of torque through a top-notch drivetrain.
Costing well in excess of £100,000 to build, using all the recognised Integrale specialists, it is the ultimate expression of what is possible with the model. As such, it is featured in the 2013 release of his definitive book on the subject Modifying and Tuning Fiat/Lancia Engines. It also has its own comprehensive thread on the Guy Croft forum(Link in our website description)
Visit this link to find out far more technical information than we can ever list here. Take a big mug of tea, it's a very long read!
Having now only completed around 1,400 miles since being finished, it has been run in and thoroughly shaken down and is ready to thrill and delight its new owner.
Fully road-legal and never raced or rallied since being completed, it boasts the personalised number plate E11 OHF = EVO HF, also having a fresh new MOT until June 2020, with no advisories.
The Lancia’s bodyshell was fully stripped, fully seam welded and restored. The work included the installation of Abarth-design strengthening plates, a tubular front upper cross member, vented inner wings, and steel seat rails. See the web link above for how all the normal weak points of the Integrale were addressed, or arrange to see the car yourself prior to auction end.
The bodywork comprises carbon kevlar vented front wings, a lightweight fibreglass bonnet, doors, sills, and tailgate, and Group A carbonfibre mirrors. The vehicle has also been fitted with FIA-approved Lexan side and rear windows with a bronze tint with professionally fitted sliders. It also has modified front and rear bumpers, and a carbonfibre roof spoiler. The fit and finish are every bit as good as you’d expect given the pedigree of the man that built it.
The car sits on Compomotive MO six-spoke 17” x 8” alloy wheels fitted with Hankook tarmac rally tyres.
Oh, and the vinyl decals are all easily removeable should the new owner want something a little more discreet.
…much more text on our website.
The price here is an estimate. Please click on the link above, or visit our website themarket.co.uk for the complete description plus at least 100 photos / video fully illustrating the car and its service history.
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