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    Great re-build!!! Looks killer!

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    Amazing work. That is the kind of project that I dream to take on some day. Well done.

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    AWESOME! I'm so jealous this thing is a dream come true! so beautiful!
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    love those lancias..

    got to drive a nicely modded one when i was stationed in germany in the early 90's ... talk about a beast....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06scoobyrex View Post
    Nice car... I see your from northern ireland, I have a bunch of family that lives in bellfast...lol nice restoration, can you give us a few more details about the specs? I'm not that familiar with lancias...
    Cool, I work in Belfast.

    Specs aren't up to the standards your cars are running today. My car is a Swiss market model. Due to the emmisions regulations there Lancia had to fit the 8V 2lt Turbo engine putting out only 195 bhp and running a cat into the bargain. Mine now runs with the cat off and a chip upgrade along with an electronic boost guage and an Audi TT recirc valve. We think the car is now putting out around 230 BHP but haven't put it on a dyno to check as I'm not really interested if I'm honest. But I'm pleased to say that we've timed it at 0/60 in just under 5.5 seconds which puts it on a par with the 16v integrale Evos which as standard are 5.5 to 60 running a standard 220 bhp. the good thing about the 8v engine is that it's alomost bullet proof and easier to live with on a daily basis. The 16v engine wants to go all the time and can feel a little jerky in traffic.
    The 4wd is 54/46 to the rear and the suspension as standard is pretty much what was run on the rally cars because Lancia at the time couldn't be bothered tooling new stuff for road car use. It's great from the point of view were we can play around with the settings if we want to track day the cars.
    Gearbox is a 5 speed and I've a short shift gearstick fitted to mine which speeds up changes.
    They are fantastic handling cars even by todays standards.

    Thank you for all the kind comments, very much appreciated.

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    wow!!! when i lived in italy as a little kid, thats the car i always wanted!!
    looks very beautiful!!! congrats!!!
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    Thanks guys.
    I very nearly sold it a few weeks ago (I get bored with a car quickly after I've built it) and had 2 very serious offers for it. But thankfully my mates talked me out of it because we headed off last weekend on a run up some fantastic driving roads and what a blast.
    There was a couple of Ferraris (including a 360 Challange Stradale), Alfa 147 GTA, Alfa 3.0 24v GTV, Fiat coupe 20VT pushing out 280 bhp, and about 8 various TVR's. My car was the smallest engined car the with the least brake horse but the roads were just pure integrale heaven and it was fun to watch the low cars with 2wd try to keep up without bottoming out. By the time we got to a parking stop my Son who'd came along for the run had fallen asleep as "he'd got bored", one of the Ferraris had taken the lead at that point and slowed the pace a bit. A few of the guys were quite annoyed to see a 3 year old sound asleep in the back of my car when they'd all just been excited at the fast pace of the run

    Here's a couple of pics of the day. Needless to say I'm no longer for selling the car and am looking forward to the next run out.






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    Wow, you've done a beautiful job on that car. I love it!
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    Fine photo-op right there
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