Built from new this group N 16v integrale has had a very easy life.
From July-November 1989 it was built to Grp N spec by Pete Sleights in York ready for the opening round of the British National Championship in 1990, It competed all of a mile and it was retired as the Auxiliary belt came off so they packed up and went home.
Stripped back to a bare shell and prepared to full Abarth Group N specification , it has a strengthened rear diff, Kevlar under guards, Bilstein coil over suspension, Oz wheels and a Premier fuel system.
With just 14000km from new .
2 Previous owners
Full photo file documenting all the work carried out.
The Delta HF Integrale ‘Verde York’ for its body colour) was a limited-edition variant of the iconic homologation special, which was produced to commemorate the marque’s victories in the World Rally Championship.
Alongside its unique paintwork it also featured perforated Champagne leather upholstery, Solextra tinted windows, Recaro seats, and a ‘World Rally Champion’ badge,
This Particular car has undergone a full nut and bolt restoration at Auto-integrale in Reading .
A rebuilt engine with forged pistons, new AC, turbo, power steering pump, rebuilt centre differential, new suspension bushes, belts, brakes, hoses, radiators, starter motor, alternator, engine and abs sensors and a new engine wiring loom, the list is endless.
Prior to its rebuild car 406 of the 470 built had covered just 91000 Km ,this is supported within its service history file.
This Limited edition Giallo ferrari coloured EvoI is one of the very rare 400 cars produced. It has all the usual refinements found in an EvoI and has the contrasting black leather interior and air conditioning as standard.
Having spent most of its days in private collections it has only covered 18900 km from new.
We recently imported it from Italy and have carried out a full service including belts and fluids and will come with a full UK 12 months MOT.
This limited edition Giallo Ginestra EvoII was imported into the UK from Italy in December 1994. It has full specialist service history right up until it was restored by the Car SOS team in 2017.
The famous TV show Car SOS carried out a full restoration including an engine rebuild, body repairs and a full repaint. The car was piece by piece put back together by their team of specialist mechanics and the finished product was presented back to the family.
It has covered just 3500km since appearing on the TV show and spent most of its time as part of the Car SOS display at the British Motor Museum Gaydon.
Having had a full service in our workshop in Reading and a new MOT its ready to find a new home.
This Fiat 124 Sport Spider is an eye-catching custom-built rally car, which has been comprehensively rebuilt to full Works Abarth Group 4 specification.
Under the bonnet sits a carburettor-fed 1.8-litre naturally aspirated twin-cam inline-four, driving the rear wheels via a five-speed manual transmission.
The odometer shows 85,971 miles.
This 124 Sport Spider was originally supplied in left-hand drive in Germany and was converted to right-hand drive while being rebuilt. The original bill of sale to a British servicewoman is included in the paperwork.
The car boasts impressive historic rallying provenance, having been used in competition since the 1980s.
EQUIPMENT AND FEATURES
This 124 Sport Spider is finished in the 1970s works colours of red with contrasting yellow accents on the roof, wheel arches, sills, and valances, as well as white racing sideboards, and a few period-correct sponsorship decals.
Inside, the stripped-out cabin now features black cloth-trimmed Cobra bucket seats, black vinyl door [...]