This item is an injection-plastic racing car model kit.
The Lancia Delta HF four-wheel drive is considered an icon of rally competition history. The Delta HF was produced in the second half of the 1980s, and participated in the World Rally Championship from 1987 to 1988, winning two world titles and achieving important results in a lot of competitions such as the Rallye de Monte-Carlo and the Rallye San Remo. The Lancia Delta Integrale was the evolution of the Delta HF. It was introduced in 1988 and dominated the World Rally Championship, winning several constructors' championships and an impressive number of competitions up to 1993. Updated in many aesthetic details that made it more muscular and aggressive, as the enlarged fenders and the newly designed air intake on the front hood, the Lancia HF Integrale was also improved in driving and engine performance. The 1995 cm3 turbocharged engine increased its power up to 185hp. The Lancia Delta Integrale dominated the World Rally Championships between the '80s and early '90s, bringing many famous pilots such as Miki Biasion and Juha Kankkunen to victory.
This kit will be approximately 16cm long when completed, and features a dense level of detail such as stretched roll bars, seats and dashboard, spare tires, etc. This kit duplicates the machine driven by Didier Oriol, winner of the 1990 Monte Carlo rally. Includes decals.