The Lancia Delta HF Turbo was the successor to the first ever performance Delta vehicle, the HF, and was the range-topping model until the introduction of the HF 4WD in 1986. The rally-inspired car may be niche in today’s market, but it has a strong following. Many swooned over the 1992 Lancia Delta HF Turbo shown in the video above as it was just recently up for sale, with the original listing published through Bring A Trailer.
The seller imported the Lancia Delta HF after purchasing the car just 10 short months ago from Paul Misencik of Autology Motors in Spain. Miscencik had actually bought the car from its original owner, who was a member of the Lancia Clubs of Great Britain and Spain. This particular HF Turbo flaunts a Rosso Monza repaint, and since its a late-model example it has been equipped with Integrale parts, including the hood, headlamps, and wheels.
The original 1.6-liter turbocharged inline-four and 5-speed manual transmission are functional and have 83,290 documented miles. But if you’re hoping to become the new owner of this Lancia Delta, you’re too little too late, as the car has since sold for $12,750.
For those who’d like to sit and think about what might’ve been, we invited you to click play on the embedded video for a quick virtual ride-along in this 1992 Lancia Delta HF Turbo. You can also see the original listing with more information by clicking here.