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1993 Lancia Delta HF Integrale EVO II 16v

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  • Mileage~93,964 km (58,386 miles)
  • Transmission5-speed Manual
  • EngineTurbocharged 2.0-litre
  • LocationWinchester, Hampshire


1993 Lancia Delta HF Integrale EVO II 16v

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Darren Rungasamy
Automotive Editor, Photographer and Consigner

A pure rally thoroughbred, the Integrale's driving focus and grip are still considered remarkable today.

The Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16v Evoluzione is no ordinary hot hatch. It is a deadly serious rally tool, and as its reputation continues to gather legendary status. There is simply no other car like it. Born out of the humble 1979 Lancia Delta, it wasn’t until 1983 that the Turbocharged Delta HF debuted and soon established its true calling. Encouraged by the success of the car, Lancia developed the Integrale due to a change of in WRC regulations, in which the 4WD incarnation of the HF started making notable progress on the rally stages. The momentum was grasped, and the final editions of the heavily revised cars, known as the Integrale Evoluzione were crowned as the 1991 WRC winners. On top of their game, Lancia retired from rallying but the Integrale continued to evolve.

Devastating quick-to-drive with surefooted grip, the Evoluzione II became the final homologation cars. Powered by a turbocharged 2-litre 16V engine, the running gear had been adapted for competition use, with its wide tracks housed within a purposeful-looking bodyshell. Born in an era where correction controls were firmly part of the driver's instincts, the Integrale is considered one of the last old-school rally-road cars.

Originally registered in August 1993, this superbly presented Rosso Monza example has the rare distinction of retaining its owner since new. Fitted with several performance enhancements to both the engine and brakes, it has been in the hands of an Italian car enthusiast who has ensured it has been maintained to the highest standard. Sold with an MOT to March 2024, it has the added bonus of being garaged stored since new.

This listing was written from information supplied by Darren after meeting Vito the owner, and having visited and photographed the vehicle.

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Meet the owner

It is fabulous fun to drive, I love its analogue feeling and the flexibility of the engine, and having owned it for 30 years it feels part of the family.

Vito has plenty of experience with quick Italian cars, so there was no question about buying an Integrale. He admits that the car, while very drivable, is really for enthusiasts. The carefully prepared engine modifications elevates the car above the original factory specifications, all carried out by Lancia specialists using recommended parts.

Thanks to its 5 doors and excellent visibility, it is surprisingly practical but there’s no point in putting things in the oddment storage, as they fly out under the brutal acceleration! After 30 years of ownership, Vito is happy to close the Lancia book after so many happy chapters and will use the funds on other pursuits.

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Resplendent in its Rosso Red Monza finish, the body is remarkably free of age.

Wheels and Tyres

The five-bolt 16-inch Speedline Montecarlo alloy wheels are in excellent condition, sporting a full set of sticky 2019 Yokohama tyres.

The car also comes with a set of winter tyres with the same alloys, which are said to be in a similarly presentable state.


Structurally, the car is in excellent shape with no signs of damage underneath, with a very clean floorplan which has been treated with inhibitor. A detailed look revealed solid inner wheel wells, an intact boot floor and a decent engine bay.

The exterior is similarly easy on the eye, with no issues in terms of metal damage or discernible corrosion. There are mild signs of age noted on both of the rear door well footplates.

The doors open and close with ease, although the offside rear door needed a hefty shove to ensure it closes flush with the body, otherwise the rest of the panels and door shut lines are cohesive.

We've highlighted in more detail our observations through our high-resolution images and videos, so please take time to look through all the media files for a detailed view of what’s on offer, and for you to assess the condition of the car for yourselves.


The Rosso Monza ceramic coated paint has been very well applied, having been treated to a recent and lengthy respray. The lustre is excellent, with no sun bleaching or any significant paint chip or scuff damage.

The images are taken from a few different angles to show off the car as you would see it if you were standing there for yourselves. So please take the time to fully assess these high-resolution images and videos of the car, for you to make up your own minds about the condition of the paint.

Glass and Trim

The owner has informed us that much of the trim is believed to be original, including its EVO II specific aluminium fuel cap and air-intake grilles on the front mudguards. The lighting and lenses were replaced in 2020, as part of a £3,000 overhaul. The original front wing side repeaters will be included among the spare parts sold with the car.

The glass is commensurate with the age of the car, with no outstanding issues. The glass and door seals are in good shape too. A minor crack was noted on the rear section of the offside side skirt.


The seats have been treated to new upholstery to complement the well-looked-after cabin.

Seats and Carpets

The standard beige high-back Recaro Alcantara sports seats with diagonal stitching on seat centres are in excellent condition, having been subject to complete refurbishment in 2021.

The carpets and mats too are in excellent shape, with no real signs of age.

All, including the boot items, are free of dampness.


The dashboard and centre console are very neatly presented, with very little in terms of age or wear. Free of cracks or significant scuffs, the facia is equally as clean. The mildest of age can be seen on some of the plastics, but certainly not enough to distract.

The switchgear is all intact, and all said to function. The dials are all functional and fully legible. There is a blanking plate fitted on the stereo aperture and a digital boost gauge has also fitted.

The door panels and headlining are also Alcantara-finished and are in very good condition. The parcel shelf has holes cut out to accommodate a pair of speakers, which retain their faces but are no longer fitted with the actual units.

Steering Wheel / Gear Stick

The leather-covered three-spoke Momo Corse steering wheel is in good shape, with the standard gear knob intact with a tidy gaiter.


A balanced agile chassis offering raucous acceleration, the Integrale has seen plenty of professional enhancements to pump up the adrenaline even further.

Engine and Gearbox

Vito told us that the car had not been started in several weeks, but it fired up immediately after the fuel pump and automatic idling control took kicked in. With no exhaust smoke other than the expected condensation, the engine soon settled and idles smoothly with no undulations or knocking.

The car is fitted with a paddle clutch, which avoids slipping but obviously not particularly good for about-town driving, but again this was never supposed to be a shopping car. The gearbox functions perfectly, with no reports of notchiness or imprecise gear applications.

The EVO II specific red-painted cylinder head engine is very cleanly presented, with intact ancillaries and hoses. The car has seen a wealth of engine modifications, all carried out by Auto Integrale, who overhauled the engine to include a pair of fast road camshafts, roller bearing T3 Turbo with a replacement actuator, a new cam belt kit with tensioner, EVO II wiring loom with a MOTEC ECU and a CSC rear exhaust. These were all carried out around 10,000 km/ around 6,000 miles ago.

Suspension and Brakes

The suspension was well up to the task of absorbing the ruts and dips of the road, with no knocking heard from the wheels.

The car saw an extensive brake overhaul in 2020 courtesy of Auto Integrale, receiving new Alcon floating front discs/pads with 6-point callipers and a Tarox rear brake kit. With this kit professionally fitted, it would be safe to state that they stop the car effectively, with no faults in terms of their performance.

The Drive

We were treated to an extensive ride in the car, with Vito demonstrating its addictive driving characteristics. As a passenger, it was difficult to appreciate the grip and traction available to the driver, as the car sailed around the corners with confidence. The extrovert sporting nature of the car overwhelms any refinement, but the engine was smooth and relatively civil. The car always feels in control, with the typically firm ride adding to the experience.

No unwanted noises were heard from the wheels, with the brakes warming up nicely as we progressed into the Hampshire countryside. Vito has not experienced any form of engine temperature issues, and indeed it stayed in the safe zone despite the lengthy drive and the warm weather. The oil pressure remained stable.

Electrics and Other

An alarm system has been installed and it will come with a box of spares, including spare seat bolsters. The car has also been fitted with spacers which go someway into improving the stance of the car.

History and Paperwork

The Integrale has been well cared for and comes over £14,000 worth of invoices.

It was originally registered by Lancia dealer John Whalley of Bishops Stortford in August 1993. Part of Vito's impressive fleet of Italian sports cars, it has been garaged since new but regularly used and enjoyed. However, the car has seen diminishing use over the last ten years, having only covered 2,000 km (around 1,200 miles) over that period.

It was placed into storage around 2015 and then subject to a recommissioning, which also included a headlamps and brake upgrade by Auto Integrale of Reading. A body respray was also carried out more recently followed by the restoration of its front seats. Prior to its dry storage, there are invoices totalling £8,750 for extensive engine modification work which is covered in the mechanical section. Vito has provided us with the invoices for all of the work, but the invoice for the paintwork wasn’t present, but he can help verify the work if needed.

The car has an MOT until March 2024 and comes with two keys. The car has sported several number plates over the years, with the MOT certificates which date back to 1996 illustrating the changes. Please note that the current dateless registration will not be part of the sale.

We’ve done all our usual seller checks including photo ID, V5 and also actioned an HPI check on the vehicle.

We've summarised our own view on the car based on information gained from the seller in the listing above, however, as you can see, we go to great lengths to photograph and video the car in hi-resolution detail - this has been done for you to make your own assessment from the comfort of your sofa. So please sit back, have a cuppa and take your time to review everything on this listing in order to make your own assessment of the vehicle's condition. Viewings are also welcomed with all our listings, so please get in touch with us to arrange a suitable time - we just need to speak to you first and receive a valid photo ID before confirming.

If there's anything you're unsure about, no matter how small, then please first ask the owner in the comments area below before placing your bid/s, as bids can't be retracted and form a binding contract if you win the car - just like a traditional auction house.

Service History
Date Type Mileage
17-03-2023 MOT 93,692 km
24-08-2021 MOT 93,443 km
10-08-2020 MOT 92,806 km
03-07-2015 MOT 92,419 km
04-11-2013 MOT 92,408 km
15-11-2012 MOT 91,548 km
30-11-2011 MOT 89,560 km
29-06-2010 MOT 86,477 km
19-06-2009 MOT 82,737 km
29-05-2008 Service
18-07-2008 MOT 81,799 km
05-07-2007 MOT 81,088 km
23-06-2006 MOT 79,906 km
24-02-2005 MOT 78,720 km
12-12-2003 MOT 77,559 km
01-10-2002 MOT 74,118 km
29-11-2001 MOT 73,782 km
22-11-2000 MOT 72,245 km
07-10-1999 MOT 64,937 km
21-09-1998 MOT 62,452 km
19-09-1997 MOT 58,374 km
23-09-1996 MOT 53,506 km
Key Details
  • ModelDelta HF integrale 16v Evoluzione
  • Transmission5-Speed Manual
  • Reg. Date19-08-1993
  • CC1995
  • Mileage~93,964 km on clock (58,386 miles)
  • HistorySee Paperwork
  • ColourRosso Red Monza
  • Interior ColourBiege/Black
  • Interior TrimAlcantara
  • Chassis #ZLA831AB000583150
  • Engine #1506834
  • RestoredPartially
  • Engine RebuildNo
  • MOTYes Exp. 16-03-2024
  • MOT ExemptNo
  • Road Tax ExemptNo
  • HPi ClearYes All Clear
  • Former Keepers0
  • Tyre BrandYokohama
  • Tyre Age2019
  • Security SysAlarm
  • # of Keys2
  • VisitedYes
  • Sale TypePrivate
  • Owned31 years
  • Key Feature1 Owner Car
  • Auction ID1642

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Could I clarify the mileage please. It’s a UK car with an MPH speedo and you’re claiming it’s KM’s? I’m sure UK cars came with MPH speedo’s reading in miles?


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Winchester, Hampshire

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