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1983 Lancia 037 Rally Serial Number 305


Lead photograph of 1983 Lancia 037 Rally Serial Number 305


Make   Lancia Model   037 Rally
Year   1983 Serial #   305
Engine #   # 232 AR4 VIN   ZLA151AR000000305
Engine Type   151 ARD Chassis Type   Tubular
Build Sequence #   5 Number Built   20 Evo 1 037s
Body Type   Group B Body Builder   Pininfarina
First Owner   Fiat/Lancia/Martini Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   Yes Current Location   Germany


1983 Lancia Martini 037 Rally s/n 305, the 1983 Monte Carlo winner, has been Abarth/Lancia Classiche certified with the Classiche White Book in hand, is European Duty Paid and has a known and well-documented ownership history back to the day first registered by Fiat Auto Spa on 05 Jan., 1983. Lancia 037 s/n 305 is a state-of-the-art Evo 1 Group B Championship winning race car yet is also user-friendly and predictable to drive in the Historic Rallying events now becoming very popular and would also be a welcome addition to any concourse lawn. Unquestionably the best of the Factory Campaigned and Martini sponsored Rally winning 037s.


S/n 305. Lancia 037 Group B. Full VIN ZLA151AR000000305. Lancia/Martini Group B Evo 1 team car. Engine # 232 AR4. #5 of 20 Evo 1 037s. 151 ARD.

1983, 05 Jan., first registration.

1983, 22–29 Jan., 037 s/n 305 registered on Italian plates TO Y63865 driven by Walter Röhrl and Christian Geistdörfer won the Monte Carlo Rally. The Monte Carlo Rally was run over 30 separate stages covering 709 kms comprising dry asphalt, wet asphalt, snow and ice, sometimes all in a single stage of the rally.

1983, 30 May–02 June, 037 s/n 305 registered on Italian plates TO Y63865 driven by Markku Alen and Ikka Kivimaki finished 2nd overall in the Rothman’s Acropolis Rally. The Acropolis Rally was run over 45 separate stages covering 836 kms over a mix of mix of rough, twisty mountain stages and coupled with blistering heat and choking dust.

1980s, mid, one of a group of then-obsolete ex-works Lancia 037 race cars sold to Giuseppe Volta of VOLTA racing.

1997, 19 Dec., sold by Officina Volta, Via Rivoli 98, 10090 Rosta to Aigli Apostolou, a Greek Collector living in London.

2016, 03 Nov., sold by Aigli Apostolou, then in Athens, Greece to Coys of Kensington, 237-241 Lower Mortlake Road, London, England.

2016, 03 Nov., sold by Coys of Kensington to current owner.

2016, September, inspected and approved by Maurizio Zarnolli and Luca D′agostini, the Abarth/Lancia Classiche Specialists.

2017, 09 Nov., Lancia Abarth White Book issued.

2018, February, on consignment with Ferraris-online LLC.

Note: The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.