the images are purely indicative, the final graphics will be agreed in detail with the customer
The Martini livery with which the Lancia Delta 8v ran the world championships was developed and performed for the first time on the car by PubbliMais at our historic headquarters in Turin.
The Martini livery was done in paint on the hood and sides. This decoration also covered the car's irregular and protruding grilles and details down to the smallest detail. Everything else, including the large Lancia Martini lettering on the spoiler, the Lancia, Martini, Sportline logos, the sun visors and the technical sponsors were adhesive decals.
HOW WE MAKE IT NOW
Complete execution with machine downtime at our headquarters in Turin (Italy).
The graphics of the Martini livery will be entirely made in paint like the original - with only the sponsors made in adhesive - with the same colors and painting methods of the reference period, which give an additional value of authenticity to the car.
The tracing of the Martini strips will not be made with computerized masks but through a manual processing process, tracing by hand with the tapes all the graphic elements for an aesthetic result that is not artificial and not replicable but with an artisanal flavor: each graphic reproduction will be unique. The final result of the painted surfaces will also take into account the historical period therefore modern super glossy finishes will not be used if not present at the time.
The stickers of the Lancia, Martini, Sportline logos, the writings and all the technical sponsors will be made of the highest quality Cast adhesive - with protective plasticization against atmospheric agents and abrasions - to faithfully replicate the sizes and colors of the originals with the possibility of run them in "vintage" mode for an effect that recalls the screen printing and the historical stickers. The stickers of the Martini logos are particularly valuable, executed in the original dimensions and colors and with mirror gold that does not fade, made with a screen printing process as at the time but with a very high resistance, smooth to the touch (without steps between the colors) and free from overlapping colors (abundances).
This creation is particularly suitable for the graphic makeover and restoration of former official and original cars of the time, destined for shows and exhibitions at prestigious car showrooms and fairs.
This process is the most valuable and among other things gives the car a sort of "license" of authenticity as it is performed by the same hands and by the same company that made the historical graphics at the time.
This realization is particularly suitable for the graphic makeover and the restoration on original cars of the time, and for ex official cars destined for exhibitions, historical revival and exhibitions at prestigious car showrooms and fairs.
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All the graphics will be done completely in adhesive, both as regards the technical sponsors and the Martini livery, creating an accurate replica of the version in paint. The stickers of the Lancia, Martini, Sportline logos, the writings and all the technical sponsors will be made of the highest quality Cast adhesive - with protective plasticization against atmospheric agents and abrasions - to faithfully replicate the sizes and colors of the originals with the possibility of run them in "vintage" mode for an effect that recalls the screen printing and the historical stickers. The stickers of the Martini logos are particularly valuable, executed in the original dimensions and colors and with mirror gold that does not fade, made with a screen printing process as at the time but with a very high resistance, smooth to the touch (without steps between the colors) and free from overlapping colors (abundances).
For the Martini adhesive livery, conformable Cast adhesive vinyls of the highest quality are used, applied with hot method for a very long duration, which also allow application on all rounded and curved parts of the car body, on grilles and air intakes. If the car is sold, the adhesive graphics can be completely removed without affecting the original paint of the car body. Where necessary, we also carry out the protection of the adhesive graphics with transparent protective varnish for a varnish-like effect.
This creation is particularly suitable for non-original replicas that participate in revivals and historical rally competitions, or in classic car rallies organized by clubs, or for simple enthusiasts.
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SUPPLY OF THE COMPLETE KIT STICKERS
It is possible to purchase the Complete kit stickers Lancia Delta Integrale 8v Martini which includes the Lancia, Martini, Sportline logos. Shipment to any address in Europe, USA, Japan.
A BIT OF HISTORY ...
The Lancia Delta Integrale, evolution of the Delta 4WD, was presented in 1987 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The first version, Lancia Delta 8v, immediately began to reap resounding successes especially with Miki Biasion, the only Italian driver in history who managed to win the Drivers' world title. In 1989 the car evolved into the Lancia Delta 16v version, continuing to ring series victories and bringing the Lancia Delta Integrale to be considered one of the most successful cars of all time in the history of the Rally. The Martini livery in the Delta 16v presented initially with the innovative Martini red livery, never replicated in history. At the beginning of the 1990 season, the Lancia decided to return to the white color of the cars and to a more traditional Martini livery. In 1992 the last version of the car, the Lancia Delta Integrale Evoluzione, went on track, winning the Manufacturers 'World Championship but losing the Drivers' one in favor of the Spaniard Carlos Sainz who was hired the following year. In 1991 the Fiat Group unexpectedly announced the withdrawal of the Lancia brand's races, throwing millions of fans into despair. Starting in 1993, the Lancia still took part in several World Championship races and minor championships with the resources of private investors and sponsors, but in fact, without the support of Fiat, the golden season of the legendary Rally victories ended forever.