Ok I know it's not a Ferrari but it is Italian and will be spending all it's time with my 308.
Thank you. The cars almost 90% rally prepared so I doubt there'd be much would catch it on our roads. It's suppossed to be putting out 280BHP at the wheels and on the stop watch we had it hiting 60 in a shade over the 4 second mark.WoW, that's great. IMHO is the Integrale a real icon for every car idiot.
Which is faster on the irish roads?
Fantastic. I have been very tempted to get a Lancia Delta as a daily driver but not sure city traffic would be good for it. Great car, congrats.It's been well balanced so no backfires, but the dump valve gives off one hell of a noise when changing gears and scares animals and small children .
I ran across this one which looks well priced. I am definitely not a Lancia expert. Any comments ?Boxer you can run one as everyday transport but just make sure it has standard dampers possibly with Final edition springs. It's the best compromise I found with the cars I had. Oh and they do squeak a little inside as the interior wasn't exactly well screwed in.
Car looks like a good one that has been really well looked after. And the price is spot on. The stress cracks he talks about are very common. They show themselves at the base of the windscreen/top of the wing corners. However if you do go to see it insist on lifting the carpet and checking the base of the front door line (were it bends round to the sill) to check for cracks there. If there are the cars had a hard life. But I don't think you'll find any on this car. I agree with him to that Alcantara seats are much nicer than leather. Again though ask about the drivers bolster as these wear through easily. The 16" wheels are Evo 2 wheels and make the car look just right in my eyes.
As I was saying to Boxer, the guys on Evocorner forum know their stuff and I'm sure they can point you in the right direction. I just find them a bit abrupt with new people. They do however have a frequently asked question and it's vey useful.Anybody know of a forum for the genuine Lancia Delta HF turbo Integrale?
Or even better, know where to start looking for a problem.
A friend of mine has a Lancia that he drove on a track once, and the car just said “POFF” and blew a hose of. He fixed the hose but the car never ran well after that. As soon as he starts to put the slightest load on the engine it stalls. Idling and rewing is no problem in neutral, but first gear in and it stalls directly when he tries to drive away.