Model: (Click to see more) 58117: Lancia Delta HF Integrale
Status: New built
Date: 29-Dec-2007
Comments: 23
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This is another dream car of mine:

It's my alltime favourite car, which i always wanted to have - Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione 3 - only a few Prototyps were built during the end of the Evo 2

As a tribute to this car i had built a street version, too. i choosed the 'Giallo' colors in camel/dark yellow and put some detail on in it: wipers, exhausts, license plates and other mirrors. As rims i took the Enzo rims as the colors of the rims fits the camel yellow.

I've seen such a car at the Planai Classic Rally 2007.

- Please let me know, what you think of this car:)





















1 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo 3 1 as a tribute to this car, which is my alltime fav 2 i had to built it in Giallo colors rims from Enzo turned out perfect 1 1 1

If you liked those pictures, you should see these...
Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo2 16V - my alltime rallycar fav

Comments

Tamiyali

29-Dec-2007

That's really the Lancia ever!!! - beautiful color choice and wheels - i like those mirrors!! - from which kit are they?

mr_pushrod

29-Dec-2007

Superb looking 'Grale, think I prefer it on the original rims though.

29-Dec-2007

A masterpiece!

_miga_

29-Dec-2007

mirrors are from the VW Golf 3 VR6, and come very close to the original Delta mirrors

29-Dec-2007

Ti amo piĆ¹ di tutto, bella la macchina

supergreg

29-Dec-2007

What to think of this car? Send it over to me so I can make closer inspection

29-Dec-2007

very nice...
I love the rims, they really set it off

oldsterolli

29-Dec-2007

schaut super aus !!!!!!!

SMOKE-DOG

29-Dec-2007

Nice. Like the Hilux wheels on there.

Wyoming

29-Dec-2007

Very nice machine miga!

andi4x4

29-Dec-2007

Are those rims from the new highlift hilux or the stadium racer of the 1990's? I only ask cos I want a set for another project ! This 'Grale looks so cool- I used to own a series 1 8v during the mid 1990's - great fun, but, rediculously unreliable ! Kept blowing the head gasket ! Would definately have another though, most fun I ever had on 4 wheels !

Tamiya Monkey

29-Dec-2007

thats the best thing ive seen on here for a long time, love it.

_miga_

29-Dec-2007

rims from the new Hilux and the #58161 Ford F150 Truck are the same, The color from the Hliux is a little bit darker - thanks for compliments

_miga_

30-Dec-2007

rims are also used in #58132 kit - XC Mitsubishi Pajero (also in the other brigther chromed color from )

m.affi

30-Dec-2007

nice color and wheels one this evo where do you buy this exaust, or is this a selfmade one?

_miga_

30-Dec-2007

exhaust was selfmade and chromed by my brother in law

31-Dec-2007

that's a perfect car! those details really make it. One of the best Deltas here on the site!

26-Jan-2008

this is the best version of one of the best cars ever! love that colors and rims - where are those mirrors from?

ciadelta16

8-Aug-2009

In theory there never was an EVO3. I know that when the Evo2 was released it had a 16v setup. But due to Swiss regulations, the 16v engine would not pass emissions and so not be deemed legal in this country. So to get past this, Lancia released the EVO2 with an 8v engine, taken straight out of the EVO1. I believe that these were the cars that were referred to as EVO3's. But they never really existed if you seee what I mean. To really confuse matters more, Lancia also produced a couple of 16v EVO1's

ciadelta16

8-Aug-2009

Some people also refer to the last gen EVO2's as EVO3's maybe to cash in,I dont know!! In germany, they also refer to the last gen EVO2's as EVO3 'Sedici'. But they are EVO2's

ciadelta16

8-Aug-2009

Sorry. . . .with regards to the 8v form the EVO1, I meant the 1st gen integrale!!

Crash Cramer

11-Sep-2009

Very nice, too bad Tamiya didn't make the proper street wheel for this car. Now you can finish the details to spec per 'koenc' 1:1 and send it to him, or better yet, drive it over and deliver it in person, perhaps he could take you on a ride in his.

Crash Cramer

11-Sep-2009

I was wrong, Tamiya made the street wheels on the kit 58342.


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