1990 Lancia Delta Intergrale HF 4WD 16V – Today’s Italian Tempter

By: James Robinson, Unique Cars magazine

1990 Lancia Delta Intergrale HF 4WD 16V 1990 Lancia Delta Intergrale HF 4WD 16V

Rally legend up for grabs

The first generation Lancia Delta is a small-sized family car that was built between 1979 and 1994.

Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Delta was a highly successful model for Lancia, and in 1980 it was awarded the European car of the year.

In its 15 years production, the Delta spawned many different model variants that included:

  • 1.1
  • 1.3
  • 1.5
  • 1.6 GT
  • 1.6 GT.i.e.
  • 1.6 HF Turbo
  • HF 4WD
  • HF Intergrale 8v
  • HF Intergrale 16V
  • HF Intergrale Evo1
  • HF Intergrale Evo2
  • 1.9 TD

Power came for a vast array of inline four-cylinder donks in various sizes of displacement that were both naturally aspirated and turbocharged.

The shove from these motors was sent to front wheels or all four wheels, depending on the model, via a four or five-speed manual or a three-speed automatic transmission.

The Delta was an absolute legend of the World Rally Championship, and various HF models of the Delta won the Constructors Championship a record six times.

The HF Intergrale 16V 4WD was first introduced in 1989 at the Geneva Motor Show, and featured a redesigned complete with bulge to accommodate the new 16 valve motor.

This Delta is a 1990 HF Intergrale 4WD 16V and, according to the seller, the vehicle has travelled an original 124,000 miles from new.

The seller adds that the vehicle is in good condition both inside and out and mechanically starts and runs well.

The Delta is GBP £14,995 (roughly $25,302 Australian) and anyone interested in this rallying legend can view the full listing here

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