Updated Integrale

Andyk

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I remeber posting this when it came out. Not sure if this chap sold many at 250k but enjoyed this video on it. Love the fact the Italians reason for some of the buttons not working was that if they did it would have been an Audi......Love it....

 

Phil H

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I remeber posting this when it came out. Not sure if this chap sold many at 250k but enjoyed this video on it. Love the fact the Italians reason for some of the buttons not working was that if they did it would have been an Audi......Love it....

Like that, and 0-60 in 4 secs even with turbo lag! JC's right about the price though.

PH
 

zagatoes30

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Bonkers, there are much better ways of spending £250k than a 30 year old Italian road going rally car
 

lifes2short

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:lol: levati that's about right except they get so far up your 4rse first that you cant see the headlights
 

Nayf

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I think for the money I’d have a Martini 6 (sucker for those pale blue Alcantara seats...) and a Lancia Hyena.
 

StuartW

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I think for the money I’d have a Martini 6 (sucker for those pale blue Alcantara seats...) and a Lancia Hyena.
Love the Martini 5 & 6, some of the special editions were great - the final edition was none too shabby either
 

lifes2short

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there were a couple of other special editions which are ultra rare and unknow to most folk "club hifi" 18 cars built, "club Lancia" 8 cars built and "club italia" 15 cars, "dealer collection" 177 cars built for exclusive use of dealers only, "final edition" 250 cars built and all for the Japanese market
 

Nayf

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Dealer Collections look lovely.
Was one at Retromobile at an RM Sotheby’s auction a few years back that looked sublime. Upstaged the nearby EB110SS and MC12...