Lancia Delta Integrale EVO I
This beautiful unique piece was delivered as a new car by us, the Autohaus Koch authorized dealer company (today Koch Klassik Automobil GmbH) on September 24th, 1992 and registered in Germany.
We have accompanied the vehicle seamlessly since the new car was delivered in 1992 until today and have carried out all services and maintenance work. Of course, everything on this vehicle is registered and approved by the TÜV. A valuation report is also available.
In 2018, our junior boss Linda Koch bought this vehicle privately for herself with 19,000 km. The vehicle has had an H license plate since 2022 and in the same year an extensive engine overhaul was carried out including a turbocharger, the reason being a defective 4th cylinder. The repair work cost over €14,000 and the engine was then carefully run in for 1000km.
The vehicle now has a proven total mileage of 23,200 km since it was first registered in 1992.
As an authorized dealer and authorized workshop for the Fiat, Lancia and Ferrari brands, we sold countless Lancia Delta Integrales – from the 8V to the EVO II, including special models such as the Martini 5 – as new and used cars until the early 2000s and various performance upgrades and special conversions Carried out at the beginning of the 90s at the request of the customer.
We were also able to lend a hand to the vehicle offered here shortly after delivery and built the vehicle worth a new car completely according to the customer’s wishes.
After completion, the first owner, together with company owner Horst Koch, drove this vehicle as a service vehicle in the Mille Miglia in 1994. Photos are included with the documents.
At first glance, this Lancia Delta Integrale EVO I seems a little different than a normal EVO I or EVO II.
At second glance it appears a little wider, a little deeper, a little more aggressive. How come?
On this Lancia, just to name a few modifications, the wheel arches and doors were changed, not only to make the body appear wider, but also to allow the 18-inch Campagnollo rims to disappear flush and snugly into the wheel arches. A cage with Group A specifications was installed. The braking system was revised and improved and the engine output was increased to 300 hp. The Sparco bucket seats are made of full carbon, as are the rear spoiler and the underrun protection and the chassis cost around 10,000 DM in 1992, which was a proud price compared to the new car price of 60,000 DM at the time.
Of course, all documents are included, such as the new car order, all invoices, documentation photos, appraisals and much more.
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