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Vidéo officielle de la Lancia Delta 2011.

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It can be argued that the Lancia brand died in 1994, when the last Thema rolled off the production line.
The Thema managed quite successfully to challenge the German dominance of the executive car sector, at least in Italy and France, its main markets.
The failure of the Gamma was a very recent memory, so the new Thema was a traditional three-box saloon that invented nothing but looked fresh and modern without trying too hard.
It was the right car at the right time: by 1984, when the Lancia Thema came out, Italy went on to enjoy a spectacular economic recovery from the 70s doldrums. The Thema became a status symbol, the car to have for thrusting executives or entrepreneurs.
Then, in 1986, the unthinkable happened… Ferrari!
The Thema 8.32 was equipped with a 3-liters V8, a highly modified version of the engine that powered the 308 and Mondial. It developed 215 HP, which doesn’t sound like much today, but was Ferrari-grade power in the mid-80s.

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Een Mercedes vergelijken met een Lancia. ligt misschien niet heel erg voor de hand. Maar op het tweede gezicht, hebben beide merken meer overeenkomsten dan je zou denken. De A-klasse en de Delta zijn beide modellen uit de hogere middenklasse, toch zijn ze via een geheel andere formule ontwikkeld. Houdt de frivoliteit van de Delta stand tegen de degelijke A-klasse?

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The Lancia Delta Integrale Evolution II is an amazing car — and the Delta Integrale is the greatest hot hatch ever made. Today I’m explaining why the Lancia Delta Integrale is such an impressive vehicle, and I’m going to show you all around the Lancia Delta Integrale Evo.


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Christian Williams drives the Lancia Delta Intergrale Evolution II.

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“It’s a car that’s continued to go UP in value over the years and it’s not looking to stop!
With a rallying background and Iconic looks that many people have itched to own, it’s a car that I’ve always loved, from the fact that they had to raise the bonnet to fit in larger shocks to the surge of acceleration you get when the turbo’s at full boost. It’s a true legend.

Is it a car you could Invest in? Yes! As I mentioned, It’s been going up and up in value and I think there’s still some room for it to rise more. Buy one in great condition, keep it maintained, drive it now and then, and you’ll look to make some cash in a few years time.

These cars love to be driven so if you do buy one, please do drive it and don’t just let it sit in a lockup for 3 years. They are a real drivers cars and one that will give you so much satisfaction when driven properly.”


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This is the Lanica Delta Integrale Final Edition – the last and the best version of the incredibly successful homologated rally car that was rewarded to the Japanese market at the end of it’s production run. 2 litre, 250hp, four wheel drive and turbo charged – the Final Edition Integrale is a slice of rally history with number plates!







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The Lancia Thema 8:32 was so named because it had a 3.0litre Ferrari V8 in its nose. It was also the car Enzo Ferrari chose to be chauffeured around in. After living with it for a few weeks, I can see why..
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Happy 4th of July everyone!!
Today I decided to do a review of my 1989 lancia delta HF Integrale that we recently imported form Santiago, Chile. These cars were known for their notorious performance during group A rally racing!

This is the 16v with dual overhead cam. Packs around 200hp and is equipped with a 4 wheel drive system. Turns head is just plain obnoxious! hope you enjoy!

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“It’s a car enthusiast’s collection, right,” says John Campion. “I don’t have cars because I want to impress anybody. If you don’t know what a rally car is, you’re kinda like, ‘That’s a dirty car, there are cracks on it’… But I find the passion I have for these cars goes back to the individuals who drove them.”

Beginning as a “lucky” immigrant to the U.S. in 1984 with $26 in his pocket, Campion has worked hard for the last few decades and is finally able to indulge in the vehicles most meaningful to him. From a Lotus Cortina similar to the Ford Cortina his father bought new in period to World Rally Championship rally-winning group B cars, his collection is definitely filled with fog lights and Martini stickers.

“I grew up in Ireland in the late-’60s and early ’70s, and had a fascination with all things mechanical,” he says. “My father was a mechanical kind of guy, and we grew up restoring old tractors and steam engines—so once I started making a few dollars, I started purchasing cars, and went through the wholy myriad of cars and ended up where we are today, which is predominantly cars from my youth—rally cars.”

He makes no mistakes in recognizing his limitations as a driver, because piloting some of the fastest all-road vehicles ever conceived takes a steel will and full committment— “I drive the car for 15 minutes, and I’m exhausted…” he says to convey how amazing Group B pilots were in period.

“Group B drivers were the best of the best of the best…” he says. “But it’s still humbling to drive the same car as these rally legends; to be able to show the cars, drive the cars, and get a wider audience for these cars.”

“If you own them and don’t show them, and you own them and don’t drive them, and own them but don’t share them…it’s a rich man’s folly.”

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This 1992 Lancia Delta HF Integrale is owned by the 51 North Car Club, a a car sharing club up in canada. It’s founder, David, drove this car all the way from Calgary to Los Angeles, and back, for the shoot.

Originally homologated for rallying, Lancia won the World Rally Championship with these cars six years in a row from 1987 to 1992. These cars are legendary, and until recently, unobtanium on these shores.

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Imagine yourself in Lancia’s position in the early 1980s. Your Stratos has recently won three consecutive World Rally Championships (1974-76) but you can see the writing on the wall, writing which reads “all-wheel-drive.” How do you build on this past success and continue to be competitive in the new decade? For Lancia, the answer was the 037, which would ultimately become, in 1983, the last rear-wheel-drive car to win the WRC Manufacturers’ Championship before AWD competitors like the Audi Quattro and Peugeot 205 T16 completely changed the sport forever.

To compete in Group B events, Lancia was obliged to meet homologation rules by producing 200 street versions of the 037. While visually striking and invigorating to drive, the 037 Stradale remains, at heart, a race car and is thus anything but comfortable. This, however, is precisely what appeals to owner Philip Toledano, who grew up watching Lancia–more specifically, the Stratos and 037–dominate European rally racing.

“It’s not like [the 037] was just a sports car designed for people who wanted to go fast,” says Phil. “This was designed for a purpose, and I love things that were designed specifically for a purpose, like a tool–except it’s a fast tool that scares the crap out of you.”

The interior of the 037 Stradale belies the car’s racing heritage: the dash contains a circuit board, conveniently located for periodic resets by the navigator; a navigator’s light stands at the ready; and the oil temperature gauge is located on the far right side of the dash, in front of the navigator’s seat. The 037’s exterior is similarly eye-catching. Sporting a Pininfarina body and a 2.0 liter, supercharged Abarth engine that, as Phil puts it, makes Star Wars-like noises as he revs through the gears, the car attracts onlookers wherever it goes.

Usually, however, this 037 is but a screaming red blur, leaving those onlookers little time to realize what they’ve just seen.

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Friend of the Show & Cadillac Design Director, Bob Boniface is back but this time, with one of his personal classic cars – a 1991 Lancia Delta HF Integrale – a