We have this car show called Coffee & Cars Houston, and usually it's the same stuff every month: the Corvette club, the Dodge Charger club, various Gallardos and lots of modern Ferraris. It's a fun event and I'm glad it's here but there's rarely anything special, and I usually don't even bring my camera because the shots end up looking like, well, a car show. Now I take it back. I was stunned by this Lancia Delta HF Integrale, a tiny, 200-hp AWD homoglation rally car from the early '90s. Definitely the first one I've seen, and I was surprised by its compactness. A new Fiat 500 towered over it, and its 15" wheels completely filled up the wheelarches. It looks like a cross between a BMW E30 M3 and a washing machine. Legend.