91 Delta HF Integrale at auction

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Loved that colour on the Integrale....The seats are a sort of alcantara and looked OK in the flesh....20k semms OK as they have gone up in price over the years...
 
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Loved that colour on the Integrale....The seats are a sort of alcantara and looked OK in the flesh....20k seems OK as they have gone up in price over the years...
 

Ewan

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20 would be cheap. If it's good, with that relatively low mileage and ownership it'll go for at least 30. Two more are coming at auction, one with a guide of 40 and another with a guide of 60.

The Maserati mechanic at Emblem (Myles) is looking to sell the one he has owned and maintained for many years. Would be a good buy for someone. Not sure of the price, but towards 30 I think.
 

StuartW

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I had the same alcantara interior on my black evolution, it was a mid green interior with a matching roof lining. It looked nicer than it sounds!
It's incredible how the prices have shot up for these cars. There used to be a lot of below averages cars out there but it seems that these have fallen by the wayside with only the good ones left, hence the price rise. Lovely cars though & I had a lot of fun in mine
 

Ewan

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Just noticed one sold for £107k at the Silverstine Auction last week. Was very low mileage (just 32 miles!) and 1 owner though, to help explain this price.
 

hukent

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Just noticed one sold for £107k at the Silverstine Auction last week. Was very low mileage (just 32 miles!) and 1 owner though, to help explain this price.
That was a Rally replica, belonged to a friend of mine.
(He was expecting a bit more!)
 
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WOW....That's a lot....Always fancied building a replica rally one and also an E30 M3 DTM replica....Oh and an Alfa 155 Touring car replica....
 

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There used to be a lot of below averages cars out there but it seems that these have fallen by the wayside with only the good ones left, hence the price rise. Lovely cars though & I had a lot of fun in mine
That will probably be the way of the 3200 also.
 

zagatoes30

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Strange that Grale Evos are so high when the Alfa 155 Q4 derivative is so low. A low mileage excellent condition (no rust) sold for £6.5k last week. Consider this was an ultra rare wide body version (only 250 worldwide and one of 5 in the UK) for what is the same engine, gearbox & running gear as the Evo with a 4 door saloon body rather than Grale hatch body is madness.

But I would say that as one of the 5 is sat on my driveway.
 

zagatoes30

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It's probably that successful rally history Andy.
Probably there is a massive difference between a full spec rally car and the standard Grale Evo.

There is a guy building a 155 DTM replica from a narrow body Q4 at the moment he reckons that he will be offering it for sale at circa £30k. There is a Martini 155 replica with a modified 20V Turbo lump from the Coupe that hit £13k last time is was sold (although it turned out to be a bit of rot box but has now been restored).

Just strange the disparity between cars that are in fashion and that are not
 

StuartW

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I used to love watching the Alfas at Brands Hatch competing in the BTCC when I lived in Kent, thanks for the pictures - brings back great memories
 
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Thanks for sharing that Andy...Love it.........I think I remember seeing that somewhere on the web through the build..
 

2b1ask1

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Spotted a Delta HF Integrale on the A10 on Saturday around Bulls Cross midday'ish. A rare sight on the roads now.