Car for Sale: Super-Rare 1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Martini 5 Evoluzione
Lancia officially retired from rallying back in 1991, but it made sure to end its run on a high note. Its racehorse, the Lancia Delta, is touted as one of the best rally cars ever produced and is considered a legend in its own right.
To commemorate its fifth consecutive World Rally Championship victory before retiring, Lancia built 400 examples of the Delta Integrale Martini 5 Evoluzione from October 1991 to 1992. One of those copies is now up for grabs at Bring-a-Trailer.com and the bid for it has already gone north of $100,000!
This Exquisite 1972 BMW 3.0 CSL Just Sold on BaT for $175,000
One way to make sure that a car is rare is to check if it was built simply as a way for an automaker to race that certain model on the tracks or the rally stages. This applies to BMW’s E9 CSL, the winged warrior that dominated the European touring car racing scene for the better part of a decade taking wins against the likes of Ford, Mercedes-Benz, and Jaguar in the process. The road-going version is just as flamboyant and, as this latest BaT auction proves, incredibly desirable.
Unique Car for Sale: Low-Mileage, Carbon Fiber Dodge Challenger SRT Demon by SpeedKore
This LS7-Powered, Lingenfelter-Modified 2001 Cadillac Catera Is The Car You’ve Been Looking For
Back in the mid-1990s, Cadillac wanted to flaunt an entry-level competitor which would take on counterparts from BMW, Lexus, and Mercedes-Benz. Initially introduced as a concept named LSE, the Catera made it to the market in 1996 and stayed there until 2001. The car in question here is from the 2001MY, but it’s been… well, tweaked. And not by Cadillac.
Car For Sale: Extremely Clean, 8k-Mile 1988 BMW M3
When it comes to M-badged cars, none is more iconic than the first-generation M3. Produced from March 1986 until June 1991, the E30-generation M3 took BMW cars into a new era and established the German manufacturer as a key player in the performance compact market. The generations that followed saw the M3 become increasingly faster and more powerful, but the E30 M3 remains the most desirable version of the coupe. Buying one now isn’t particularly complicated, but finding a low-mileage model is the stuff of dreams. If you’ve been looking for one, it’s your lucky day: Bring a Trailer has a mint-condition 1988 model with just 8,000 miles on the odometer for sale.
Awesome Car for Sale: Limited Production 1994 Toyota Celica GT-Four
Toyota gave birth to a two-door, hardtop coupe in 1970 called the Celica. The company first showcased it at the 1970 Tokyo Motor Show and within a couple of months, started selling it. The Celica was essentially Toyota’s answer to the Ford Mustang, but the car seemed to have other dreams. It slowly transitioned into a different breed and Toyota started selling it in liftback and coupe forms. Three-and-a-half decades later, the Celica faded away into oblivion as a sports car with a loyal fan base.
The car’s production ended in 2006, but it is still much adored and turns heads on the roads. There’s no denying that the car still has a demand. Here’s one such classic example – a black 1994 Toyota Celica GT-Four. The car is being auctioned at bringatrailer.com and at the time of writing, the current bid stands at $9,000. Would you grab it?