The only Metallic black UK Evo II that we are aware of. We understand this was a one off factory special order in the colour. Extensive service history ,other than a stainless steel exhaust the car is completely standard and has covered just 60000 miles.
Rosso Monza EvoII with painted on final edition stripe and black grills. Contrasting Black leather interior with red seat belts. It sounds and drives as good as it looks. Performance exhaust ,final edition springs a quick shift and 17″speedline wheels add to the enhanced driving experience. This car started out its life in Japan . Fully serviced in our workshops(auto-integrale)78500km
The Lancia Delta Integrale Evoluzione is perhaps everything a homologation special should be: just a stone’s throw away from its racing counterpart and offering the very best of available technology. The Delta Integrale, in all its variants, won six consecutive World Rally Championships from 1987 and 1992, becoming one of the most successful rally cars ever built. Its impressive pedigree was celebrated with countless limited editions of road-going Integrales, starting from the Martini 5 and progressing on to the Martini 6, Verde York, Blu Lagos, Giallo Ginestra and onto one of the rarest and most highly sought-after series, the famous ‘Dealer’s Collection’.
The ‘Dealer’s Collection’ was only made available to Lancia dealers and features a number of unique features. The cars were painted in a unique shade of pearl red, fitted with light tan Recaro seats trimmed in leather, a push-button start and OMP footrest. It was one of the very last, rarest and highly [...]
Belying its small size and apparent fragility, the Mini Cooper developed into the most successful works rally car of the 1960s, one of its most famous victories being Paddy Hopkirk’s headline-grabbing win in the 1964 ‘Monte’. The Mini Cooper family’s ultimate expression – the 1,275cc ‘S’ – won first time out in 1964 and became the works’ frontline car from 1965 onwards, winning eight international rallies outright that same year, a quite outstanding achievement. The works Minis were built at BMC’s Competitions Department at Abingdon, and this Cooper S has been re-registered with the period-correct Abingdon registration ‘79 FMO’. The car was one of four ‘Paddy Hopkirk Recreation’ built circa 1991 by Alec Poole, one-time British Touring Car Champion and BMC works driver, who finished 2nd in the 1968 London-Sydney Marathon with Paddy Hopkirk. The cars were built with Paddy’s full co-operation and he retains one to this day. An original Cooper S converted [...]
The introduction of the Fulvia saloon in 1963 maintained Lancia’s reputation for innovation in automobile design. The boxily-styled Appia replacement featured an all-new, narrow-angle, V4, overhead-camshaft engine as well as front wheel drive, independent front suspension by double wishbones, and disc brakes all round. A 2+2 coupé on a shorter wheelbase was launched in 1965. Though mechanically similar, the beautiful newcomer had all the visual presence its progenitor lacked and came with a 1,216cc engine producing 80bhp. Tuned, lightweight ‘HF’ versions provided increased performance and formed the basis of the factory’s highly successful rallying programme that saw the Fulvia HF1600 secure Lancia’s first Manufacturers’ World Championship in 1972. Ultimate expression of the Fulvia Coupé, the HF1600 had been introduced in 1969 and came with a 1,584cc engine producing 115bhp in road tune – an output sufficient for a top speed of 115mph – revised suspension and a five-speed gearbox. Production ceased in 1973 after a [...]