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Spotted in the wild: 1990 Lancia Delta Integrale HF 16V

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One of the great fringe benefits of hanging out at racetracks is that many people who turn up to races bring interesting road cars to the track. While on assignment for JP Magazine recently at the Lucky Dog Racing League weekend at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, I came across this Lancia Delta Integrale HF. Those in the know will know this as more or less the homologation version of the Italian builder’s rally cars. This one is a 1990 version with the 16-valve version of Lancia’s 2.0-liter engine, good for 200 horsepower. I know this because this very car was sold on Bring a Trailer in September 2015, as was noted on BaT’s Instagram page just around the same time I posted it on my own Instagram

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There’s not much to add; these are killer federalized imports these days and one of the apexes of hot-hotch design. Enjoy the pretty pictures and start scheming to import an Evoluzione version, the last of which from 1992 became legal to import a couple weeks ago.

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