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Brooklands Motor Museum 21st September 2019 Sale(#41) 21/09/2019 9:30 AM GMT CLOSED

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    • ESTIMATE£29,000 - £35,000
    • Sold:£31,900
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number122
    • RegistrationF474 LSA
    • Chassis NumberZLA831AB000492174
    • Odometer Reading130,025 km
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£29,000 - £35,000
    • ModelDelta Integrale 16V
    • FE Cat descThe Delta Integrale was born out of the ban on Group B rally cars. The Lancia won 10 victories out of 11 rallies and the world title in WRC in 1988. The eight valve Delta had won, ahead of every rival in every continent, demonstrating its unrivalled performance, reliability and durability. But Lancia did not let this lull them into complacency. The 16 valve HF Integrale was being developed and was to run alongside its stablemate during the 1989 season. The new car was identifiable from its predecessor by the raised centre of the bonnet created to accommodate the new 16 valve engine. The other exterior changes were; wider arches, wheels, tyres and new identity badges at the front and rear. The 16 valve Integrale was first shown to the public at the 1989 Geneva Motor Show. Further development of the 16V engine included a Garrett T3 Turbocharger, larger injectors and a highly efficient intercooler. A new overboost provided 200bhp and 137mph performance with a 0-62mph time of 5.5 seconds. Brisk, even by today’s standards. The road going Integrale is spirited and reliable and great fun to drive, rewarding the driver with superb feedback and outstanding rally bred handling power. This Lancia Delta has recently been imported from New Zealand and prior to that it lived in Japan for a number of years. Unusually for a car that has travelled the world it is supplied with a host of paperwork and invoices. Clearly the owner in New Zealand was smitten with this car as he spent large sums maintaining the car. In 2012, she had an engine rebuild and in January 2019 over $26,600 (£13,500) was spent at Euromarque in Christchurch ensuring this car presents in the highest possible standard. Finished in red with black leather trim and supplied with a V5C registration document together with an MoT test certificate valid until 11th February 2020 and an impressive history file. This Lancia Delta Integrale 16V is virtually unmarked and is one of the finest examples available today.
    • ESTIMATE£29,000 - £35,000
    • Sold:£31,900
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£14,000 - £16,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number136
    • RegistrationOBU 650P
    • Chassis Number1931
    • Odometer Reading52,000 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£14,000 - £16,000
    • ModelBeta Montecarlo Spider by Pininfarina
    • FE Cat descLancia was founded in November 1906 in by Vincenzo Lancia and his friend Claudio Fogolin, both Fiat racing drivers. The first Lancia, the ‘Tipo 51’ or 12HP was constructed in 1907. Sadly, in 1937, Vincenzo died and his wife and son, Gianni Lancia, took over the firm. The innovativeness, constant quest for excellence, the fixation of quality and complication of the construction processes together with the antiquated machinery meant that all cars, essentially, had to be handmade. These models were mid-engined sports cars produced from 1975 through to 1982. Cars from 1975 to 1978 were known as Lancia Beta Montecarlos and the latter cars, produced from 1979 to 1982, simply as Lancia Montecarlos. Both series were offered in coupé and spider versions and designed by Pininfarina. This lovely example is presented in white with blue cloth interior and was found by a friend of the owner in Italy. We are informed the car is very original apart from having a full repaint at some point. The previous owner had the car serviced and fitted with a new cambelt and had some work done on the brakes. Also, new Dunlop tyres were recently fitted. When the present owner brought the car back to the UK he had it thoroughly looked over by Lancia Montecarlo specialist, Darren Cooksey. All the brake calipers were stripped, cleaned and rebuilt, a tie rod bush was replaced, the steering rack was rebuilt and the wheel alignment took place. The coolant was replaced along with a new thermostat. The owner also had the throttle bush and linkage replaced along with all the gear linkage bushes which we understand were both common faults on this model. The roof straps and a door trim were also replaced. The vendor states this Lancia drives superbly and is still exciting on country roads, particularly as one feels so close to the ground when in the cockpit.
    • ESTIMATE£14,000 - £16,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • ESTIMATE£80,000 - £90,000
    • Sold:£66,600
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number177
    • Registration210 UYV
    • Chassis Number824.001102
    • Odometer Reading83,926 km
    • Engine Number826.1001339
    • Estimate£80,000 - £90,000
    • ModelFlaminia GT by Touring of Milan
    • FE Cat descThe Lancia Flaminia was launched in 1957 and was the replacement for the Aurelia. It was available throughout its production as a saloon (Berlina), coupé, and cabriolet. The hand-crafted, aluminium bodied cabriolet, GT and GTL coupés from Touring of Milan were considerably more expensive than the Berlina models but the designs epitomised the style and design flair of the finest motoring designers of their time. With double wishbones, coil springs and shock absorbers featuring on the new model, the car’s performance was nimble and the ride comfort was superior against many of its rivals. The Flaminia’s engine was a continuation of the Aurelia power unit and world’s first production V6. Mounted longitudinally, the power was delivered via a rear mounted four-speed transaxle. We are pleased to offer this 1959 example of the Touring built Flaminia GT that was originally supplied to Libya as a 2500cc GT that same year. The car was subsequently imported into the UK in August 1970. Today, this Lancia presents very well. In 2010, the Flaminia was completely stripped and shipped to Omicron, the renowned Lancia specialists who carried out a comprehensive body/chassis rebuild, ensuring all shut lines were perfectly fitted. The coachwork was finished to a high standard in Lancia Lord Blue and is beautifully complemented by the striking red interior. Under the current ownership, the aim was to make a reliable long distance touring car. A 2.8 litre engine and transaxle replaced the original 2.5 litre, V6 engine and transaxle; the original units are included and will be available to be collected from the vendor by a new owner. The vendor informs us that the 2.8 litre engine has been rebuilt by Brian Randall Engineering and is virtually indistinguishable from the original unit and provides extra torque, a benefit whilst long distance touring. Further works have included; Koni adjustable shock absorbers, wiring loom, steering joints, overhauled brake calipers, brake servo, copper brake pipes, flexible brake hoses, clutch, a reupholstered interior including correct coloured carpets and red leather seats, headlining and new window rubbers. In addition, the triple Weber carburettors were serviced and balanced by Omicron whilst new stainless steel items included an exhaust and bumpers front and rear. This Flaminia GT has been well and sympathetically maintained and comes with an extensive file of works and parts. Also included is a UK V5 registration document and Libyan papers from its early life. In 2018, this Flaminia completed the Fourges Brittany rally and was exhibited at the 'Classics by the Lake' meeting where it received the best post-war award. Since 1970, when the Flaminia was imported into the UK, it has only covered in the region of 2,000 miles. Flaunted by the rich and famous during the 1950s and 1960s, these handcrafted grand tourers are still very capable motor cars today. Imagine touring the Côte d’Azur, what a breeze!
    • ESTIMATE£80,000 - £90,000
    • Sold:£66,600
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£16,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£15,950
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number188
    • RegistrationG473 WGU
    • Chassis NumberZLA831AB000504625
    • Odometer Reading121,000 km
    • Engine NumberNot Stated
    • Estimate£16,000 - £18,000
    • ModelDelta HF Integrale (16 Valve)
    • FE Cat descThe Delta Integrale was born out of the ban on Group B rally cars. The Lancia won 10 victories out of 11 rallies and the WRC world title in 1988. The '8 valve' Delta had won, ahead of every rival in every continent, demonstrating its unrivalled performance, reliability and durability. But Lancia did not let this lull them into complacency. The 16 valve HF Integrale was being developed and was to run alongside its stablemate during the 1989 season. Lancia ultimately won six consecutive World Rally Championships with the Integrale making it the most successful rally car of all time. The new car was identifiable from its predecessor by the raised centre of the bonnet created to accommodate the new 16v engine. The other exterior changes were wider arches, wheels, tyres and new identity badges at the front and rear. Further development of the 16v engine included a Garrett T3 Turbocharger, larger injectors and a highly efficient intercooler. A new over-boost provided 200bhp and 137mph performance with a 0-62mph time of 5.5 seconds. Brisk, even by today’s standards. The road going Integrale is spirited, reliable and a hoot to drive, rewarding the driver with superb feedback and outstanding rally bred handling power. This late 16v model was delivered new to Germany in January of 1991. The car’s service book shows 17 stamps, a testament to how well the car has been cared for. It was imported to the UK in 1997 and registered here on 29th October of that year. The car is presented in excellent condition for its year with the only modifications seeming to be the uprated Evo 1 specification alloy wheels and different dashboard dial backgrounds. The car is reported to run and drive very well, embarrassing most sports cars a fraction of its age. It comes supplied with a V5C registration document, MoT test certificate valid until September 2020and its history file includes an extensive compilation of invoices of work carried out. Relive past rally glories in one of the best to ever compete.
    • ESTIMATE£16,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£15,950
    • StatusCLOSED
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