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Made To Drive | S09 E04

This Humble Lancia Delta Integrale Is A Beautiful Tool

Sometimes it's about keeping it pure and simple.
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John Daggett
John Daggett(@john_daggett)
4 years ago

I like the film, thank you for sharing. I like the comment about the car being able to use all its power band.

4 years ago

in this day of endless swag.. along with swaggering .. what a refreshing moment here with a talented, modest old-timer (said with tremendous respect)… hands folded across his belly,roller chair,cold unadorned work shop,rain falling on all those remembrances, recollections of the wisdom of others.. I just want to reach into the screen and give him a hug of great fulness for having been a part of the early days .

4 years ago

A beautiful automobile and another well-developed video.

Thank you for sharing.

Amy Gushue
Amy Gushue
4 years ago

Very nice!

Steve D'Auria
Steve D'Auria(@fb_1604498640)
4 years ago

I wish that more people were exposed to the quality films that you produce for so many reasons. One, the humility and passion of the featured car or motorcycle’s owner. Its a wonderful example for the rest of us and a nice way to pattern one’s own life. This one especially. Thank You.

4 years ago

Great gentleman. Great wisdom. Great story.

I second everyone else’s comments. A longer in-depth interview or book by Martin would be enjoyed. His type of knowledge and experiences is waning from our world. It would be nice to capture the depth of it and pass his legacy on as best as today’s media can do.

Well done.

Sotirios Bakaimis
Sotirios Bakaimis(@sotbak)
4 years ago

great interview!!!!

Robert in LA
Robert in LA(@robert-in-la)
4 years ago

These interviews with people who are steeped in the business, and just know so much about cars, are simply the best work in this series of videos. These mechanics, engineers, and tuners speak with such modestly presented, and absolutely thorough authority. Wonderful film.

Bryan Dickerson
Bryan Dickerson(@pdxbryan)
4 years ago

Beautiful honest piece David! I second what Sean said.

David Flett
David Flett
4 years ago

What an absolutely wonderful piece. It ends up being quite and intimate and sincere documentary style.

Sean Whelan
Sean Whelan(@marveh)
4 years ago

Very nice. I was a little shocked, no drone shots, automated tracking , or time lapse; interesting. I also liked the deft hand on the color correction it fit the piece and its location perfectly. This one drew me in to both the car and the man in equal proportion and as good video should, left me wanting to see more of both.
Get me wrong not, I love good drone shots and automated movements but this piece didn’t suffer from the lack of them, a perfect stew of interesting angles and shallow depth of field.
What can I say about the Integrale; the hot hatch in its zenith. I am an unapologetic lover of tarted-up econo boxes. There are some amazing hot hatches on the road today, I’m looking at you Ford, but when we lost light weight we lost something visceral that technology cannot replace. Admitting that the 2800 Lb. 16V Integrale was a porker for the time, it is lighter than today’s all-wheel-drive decedents.

David Zu Elfe
David Zu Elfe(@itxfilms)
4 years ago
Reply to  Sean Whelan

Thanks! I deliberately left the drone out of it and to see that someone appreciates my idea. Same for color and all the rest you mentioned.