This 1989 Lancia Delta Integrale 8V was imported to the US from Italy by the selling dealer in June 2014. The car is finished in red with a Martini-style livery, and aftermarket black suede bucket seats have been added. Its turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four sends power to all four wheels through a five-speed manual gearbox, and additional modifications include a Nardi steering wheel, a four-lamp front pod, white 17″ Speedline-style wheels, BC Racing coilovers, and an aftermarket exhaust. The car exchanged owners in Florida before it was reacquired by the selling dealer in early 2019. This Delta Integrale is now offered with its removed factory seats, some service records, a tool roll, and a clean Florida title.

The exterior is finished in red and features an adjustable high-mounted rear spoiler. Martini-style livery decals have been added along with a SEIM four-lamp front pod. Additional features include fog lights, a vented hood, and mudflaps. The paintwork and exterior trim are shown in detail in the photo gallery above.

White-finished 17″ Speedline-style wheels are mounted over BC Racing coilovers at each corner.

The cabin has been fitted with manually-adjustable bucket seats upholstered in a black suede-type cloth with red stitching. The rear seat and door inserts retain the factory gray cloth trim with multi-colored patterns.

A three-spoke Nardi steering wheel sits ahead of factory instrumentation. The black Veglia gauges feature yellow lettering and include a 240-km/h speedometer, a tachometer with a 6,500-rpm redline, and a six-digit odometer that shows approximately 248k kilometers (~154k miles).

The turbocharged 8-valve 2.0L inline-four has been fitted with an aftermarket exhaust and delivers power to all four wheels through a five-speed manual gearbox.

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