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WTF Friday: Yugo/ Integrale

So once again I had a completely different WTF Friday started then came across something that sent that original post straight to the back burner because of this crazy creation.

Some unique minded individual has took it upon themselves to combine the best(?) parts of two cars that I have never seen in person before, a Yugo 45, and a Lancia Delta Integrale, into one attractive and capable little track monster.

The build threads are unfortunately not in English so I don’t really have to much more to go on other than a bunch of pictures.

The pictures tell a decent story though; the drive line and some of the body work from the Integrale made it over to the Yugo 45. I’m not 100% sure on where the suspension bits came from but I am going to assume Integrale as well.

What is not explained is why exactly the Integrale was deemed unfit to run around in it’s own skin, I guess that doesn’t matter though because this looks ridiculously awesome.

The finished beast

A shot of the engine bay before it was painted

The body work integrated so well

The pile of tools or parts near his feet intrigues me

Enkei rims pop up everywhere

Why build it if you are not going to drive it?

I know a few of you wouldn’t be to happy if I didn’t say where to get more info so here are both build threads. remember they are not in English:
BH Tuning build thread

Yugo Fanclub build thread

Site Updates

Ok I’ve been saying it but now it’s actually going to happen so here is a forewarning. This Monday I will be doing the February give away contest.

Like the last one there will be three sticker packages up from grabs with stickers from, Sweetie Girl Racing, Nextmod, Sechemedia, Supermade and myself.

The difference with this contest is because it is going on Valentines day one of the sticker packages will be available only to the ladies.

I am going to need some help dividing up the ladies package so girls keep an eye on the facebook page over the weekend as I ask which stickers you would like.

Flashback Friday

Last year, ten days from now, around this time I went to the Toronto International Autoshow, and while I am not sure if I am going to go this year I figured I would throw it back to last years coverage.

Starting to see quite a few of these on the road now, in this color

Picking up my wheels tomorrow after the center bore adjustment so who knows maybe I will throw up a test fit post.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. That thing looks pretty sweet!

    You should give the ladies an “I like ‘em dropped” decal for V-Day. That would be HILARIOUS! I finally bought one(I bought 2 actually, but my dad gave one away) and my GF has forbidden me from putting it on my car. I’m pretty bummed about that.

  2. ist the coolest yugo ive ever seen thats for sure its a shame to use up intergrali parts because there now geting very very rair i think its funny how thave cept the shitty seats and the wireing loom and rear mout rad are lafable but its not that bad apart from the color lol

  3. @Joe I am going to have to go with Rob on this, I see e30 m3 flare a little more :P

    @Mark Tell your gf that my gf actually cleaned up the design for the stickers so it’s lady friend approved.

    @Ollie, you would be the one to know just how rare the parts are ;)

  4. Lancia Deltas had those style fender flares on them, or maybe it was only the Evoluzione models… pics should be easy to find. I was going down the road the other day and saw one of those Mazda 2s, took me a second to recognize/remember what it was, and it made me think that I just haven’t seen a whole lot of them out there since they were introduced.

  5. The new Mazda2 three doors look great in black. The interiors are much, much nicer than that of their Ford Fiesta cousin’s as well.
    That Yugo/Lancia concoction is money too. Looks amazing.

  6. I can see the transmission and suspension are from an integrale, engine (basically the same) is from a Fiat Coupe 16vt.
    Body panels are fibreglass so not directly from an integrale.

    Well done to this guy, a great job!

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