This Lancia Delta Integrale is #374 of 400 Martini 5 Evoluzione examples produced for the 1992 model year to commemorate Lancia’s fifth consecutive World Rally Championship victory. Power is provided by a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four that drives all four wheels through a five-speed manual gearbox. The car was sold new in Japan and imported from Spain to the US by the selling dealer. The engine mounts and shocks were replaced in late 2019. This Integrale Martini 5 shows 21k kilometers (~12k miles) and is offered in California with Japanese and Spanish records, a custom Martini car cover, and a transferable Vermont registration.
The Martini 5 was based on the Delta Integrale Evo I and featured box-flared wheel arches as well as a vented hood and fenders. This example was repainted under previous ownership according to the selling dealer.
Model-specific features include Martini striping in addition to a black adjustable rear spoiler that is shown up close in gallery photographs below. White 15″ wheels wear 205/50 Michelin Pilot Sport tires. The shock absorbers were replaced in December 2019.
Recaro sport seats are trimmed in synthetic suede with red striped inserts and feature harness passthroughs as well as red seat belts. A commemorative plaque is affixed to the center console below the shifter, while a period Clarion cassette player is mounted above. Martini Racing-branded mats protect the passenger and cargo floors.
Veglia instruments include a 240-km/h speedometer, a tachometer with a 6,500-rpm redline, and a boost gauge. The six-digit mechanical odometer displays 21k kilometers (~12k miles), approximately 100 of which have been added by the selling dealer. The shifter bushings were replaced in 2019.
The turbocharged and intercooled 2.0-liter DOHC inline-four was serviced with a new timing belt, tensioners, bearings, water pump, hoses, starter, intake manifold gasket, and other items in April 2017 as detailed on supplied receipts. The battery frame, engine mounts, and radiator cap were replaced by Dino Motors of San Mateo, California in December 2019.
A five-speed manual gearbox routes power to all four wheels, and a Torsen limited-slip differential is featured in the rear. The car cannot currently be registered or titled in the state of California. Walk-around, driving, and underbody videos can be seen below.