This 1992 Lancia Delta Integrale is #69 of 400 Martini 5 Evoluzione examples produced for the 1992 model year to commemorate Lancia’s fifth consecutive World Rally Manufacturer’s Championship victory. Showing 168 kilometers (~104 miles), the car was reportedly discovered in the basement of an Italian dealership before being purchased and imported to the US by the current owner in 2018. Power comes from a turbocharged 2.0L inline-four that drives all four wheels through a five-speed manual transaxle, and the car is finished in white with Martini Racing-inspired stripes over black synthetic suede upholstery. Equipment includes 15″ Speedline wheels, a vented hood, a high-mounted adjustable rear spoiler, Recaro front sport seats, air conditioning, and a Clarion AM/FM cassette player. Service performed since 2020 is said to have included replacing the timing belt and flushing the fluids. This Delta Integrale Martini 5 is offered on dealer consignment with a car cover, a tool kit and jack, spare parts, a Lancia Classiche Certificate of Authenticity, manufacturer’s literature, and a clean Washington state title.
The Martini 5 was based on the Delta Integrale Evo I and features box-flared wheel arches, a vented hood, a high-mounted adjustable rear spoiler, and unique badging. Finished in Bianco (210), the body wears Martini Racing-inspired stripes on the hatch and down each side. Additional exterior details include projector headlights, integrated driving lights, a roof-mounted antenna, a rear window wiper, and a single polished exhaust outlet. Close-up images showing chips and runs in the paint are presented in the gallery below along with paint meter readings.
White 15″ Speedline alloy wheels are mounted with 205/50 Michelin MXX tires showing 1990 and 1991 date codes. Stopping power is provided by four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, and work since 2020 is said to have included a brake fluid flush.
The interior features Recaro front sport seats and a rear bench trimmed in black synthetic suede with red stitching. Protective plastic is affixed to the door panels and footwells, and amenities include air conditioning, red seat belts, “HF” embroidered logos on each front head rest, power front windows, a locking glove compartment, and a Clarion AM/FM cassette player.
A three-spoke steering wheel frames yellow-lettered Veglia instrumentation that includes a 240-km/h speedometer, a tachometer with a 6,500-rpm redline, and gauges for boost pressure, voltage, coolant temperate, and fuel level. The six-digit mechanical odometer indicates 168 kilometers (~104 miles).
The turbocharged and intercooled 2.0-liter DOHC inline-four is said to have had the timing belt replaced, the coolant flushed, and the oil changed during a 2020 service.
Power is sent to all four wheels through a five-speed manual transaxle, a Ferguson viscous coupling center differential, and a Torsen limited-slip rear differential. Documentation accompanying the car includes manufacturer’s literature and a November 2017-dated Lancia Classiche Certificate of Authenticity detailing chassis and engine serial numbers.