In 1992, Lancia took home the last of its six consecutive Constructor's World Rally Championships with the Delta HF Evoluzione 1. With 46 victories and four Driver's Championships to go along with the constructor's titles, Lancia went out as the most successful marque in the history of rally racing. This 1992 Delta HF Evoluzione 1 comes draped in the iconic Martini Racing livery and is powered by a turbocharged two-liter four-cylinder making an estimated 400 horsepower or more. The car is outfitted with a sequential six-speed transmission, Bilstein suspension, and rigid chassis with a full roll cage. Despite its life as a rally car, this Delta is immaculate inside and out, and one of the most important rally cars in history.