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Name : Dustin Brown
Location: Maryland
Phone Number : 301-788-4989
VIN: Will be provided to serious buyers. However, I can say it is a high serial number car for 2004.
Mileage: 48,9**

Car: 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo Gated 6 speed
Clean Title, Clean Carfax, No Accidents, Never has had ANY paintwork or glasswork. All original, all OEM
Exterior Color: Grigio Altair
Interior Color: Black with silver stitching ( Sought after combo )
Headliner : Black Alcantara

Price: $110,000

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Up for sale is my beautiful 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo mated with a gated 6 speed. The car has been well cared for and I get compliments on it every time it leaves the garage! I have an opportunity to expand my business, and that is the ONLY reason I am even entertaining the idea of selling this car. The vehicle is in absolute great shape, drives great, is up to date on everything, and has absolutely ZERO leaks ( oil, coolant, etc.). Most people will say this is a higher mileage Gallardo, but I must say I disagree. This car has averaged 3000 miles a year since 2004, and I firmly believe these type of vehicles have less problems than your 3500 mile Gallardo that has sat for 14 years. I see it with my own two eyes everyday, as I own an automotive repair shop and work on these quite a bit.

The interior is in excellent shape for a 2004. Still shines, no stains, rips, or sags. Has a few knicks in the leather, but nothing truly noticeable unless you personally know they are there. The interior doesn't get much better than this car and few other examples I've seen on here!

The car received a new clutch at 36,000 miles, I had a PPI done upon doing my own PPI before purchase to make sure my eyes didn't miss anything. They always say four eyes are better than two. In my case, it was six! The car checked out perfectly. It's fired up with zero problems since day one, is leak free, and all around just an awesome vehicle. Now onto the tasteful modifications...

  • Full Ceramic Coat, and PPF in certain areas
  • HRE wheels in satin black, wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport
  • RSC Tuning Superleggera Wing with 3rd Brake Light
  • RSC Tuning Carbon Fiber Rear Diffuser
  • Carbon Fiber Superleggera Side View Mirrors ( working and fully functional power mirrors )
  • Titanium Lug Bolts
  • Car is lowered on the STOCK suspension ( can leave it or put it to whatever spec the buyer wants )
  • Tubi Exhaust
  • Soul Performance Products Cat Deletes with o2 extenders ( stock catalytic converters included )
  • Radar System on all 4 corners
  • Bluetooth
  • Updated Head Unit
  • Updated Control Panel
  • See through Glass Engine Bonnet ( This was an option, and rarely seen on the 2004's )
  • Both the selection cable, and shifter cable were just replaced with OEM Lamborghini cables. Cables had a slight bit of play, and I am extremely anal about my vehicles so I replaced them both...which was $1000.
Possibly missing something that isn't crossing my mind at the moment. If I forgot anything I will edit / update the post.

Maintenance was just up to date again. At 48,000 the following was done...

- Oil change with OEM Filter & Liqui Moly 5w40

    • Spark Plugs
    • Manual Trans Fluid
    • Front Differential
    • Front Brake Pads
    • Rear Brake Pads
    • Battery
    • Fuel Filters
    • Air Filters
Now onto the photos... I have more, but 10 is the maximum I can post. Message me if you are serious. I have a few shots of the underside of the car too showing absolutely no leaks anywhere and how clean it is.

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More pictures...
Panels removed to show how clean the engine bay truly is.

Last two pictures show bottom of engine and transmission, which are bone dry and leak free.

Then full underside shot.

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Whats the point of all that write up and not putting the mileage in.

Also, why not post the vin? What do you think someone is going to do with it?

I am not in the market, but I have sold a few cars in my time. No need for some elaborate story with 10,000 words and yet leaving out a key metric.

Represent the car for what it is and give potential buyers the opportunity to make up their own minds.

Good luck with sale.
 

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The mileage has been posted.

I don’t feel like I need to share the VIN of the car to the entire world. If someone is interested, I have no problem giving it to them via PM.
 

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Wow, I'm sorry but I've been in the market for a gated car for a few months now and this is unbelievably steep for the mileage. Several clean cars with 10k less miles are selling in the 70s. If you really want to sell this thing I would recommend dropping the price.
 

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Wow, I'm sorry but I've been in the market for a gated car for a few months now and this is unbelievably steep for the mileage. Several clean cars with 10k less miles are selling in the 70s. If you really want to sell this thing I would recommend dropping the price.
You should buy one of those!
 

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Value is what someone is willing to pay for. This looks like an extremely clean car and good manuals are hard to come by. Exotic cars are funny. You can save 10 grand and then get stuck with a 20-30 grand bill in the first 6 months. As these cars get older, condition and service history dictates selling price more than mileage. Look at the mileage on Ferrari's from the 60's and 70's. Then try to negotiate the price down ;).

Also, that Sl wing, SL mirrors, exhaust and HRE wheels are over 20k worth of add ons. I know that is not a 1:1 addition in selling price but they are surely highly desireable mods and save the buyer serious coin.

Lastly, manual is the ONLY way to go on these cars (my opinion!).
 

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A $25k premium for the manual I guess. I wouldn’t even bother listing it seller, you’re keeping this thing.
I see you’re here to just bitch about the price. Find me another example set up like this for cheaper. LamboJesus was asking $107,000 for his 06 with 35,000 miles and looks like he got it. The car is sold. If you’re not interested, no need to respond. Move right along 👍.
 

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“Value is what someone is willing to pay for.” I never understood this statement. Everything has a market.

Do you think this will sell for anything over $90k? I think you’re a manual owner wishing the true value was this high.
 

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I see you’re here to just bitch about the price. Find me another example set up like this for cheaper. LamboJesus was asking $107,000 for his 06 with 35,000 miles and looks like he got it. The car is sold. If you’re not interested, no need to respond. Move right along 👍.
Nah. That car is not a comp.
 

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“Value is what someone is willing to pay for.” I never understood this statement. Everything has a market.

Do you think this will sell for anything over $90k? I think you’re a manual owner wishing the true value was this high.
"Everything has a market." = We're saying the same thing.

Market is simply a matter of supply and demand. If someone really wants something and there are not a lot of them to choose from, he or she may be willing to pay more for the item if they find what they are really looking for.

Also, while it is reasonable comment on whether or not you like a car or if it is represented accurately, it is not particularly nice to try to torpedo someones listing by saying they will never get the price they are asking. Really, ultimately, that is your opinion but the market will give the final answer (it appears in this case, the market disagreed with your opinion). Either way, when you are on the selling side, it's not usually appreciated when people who weren't really interested in buying your car anyway would try to knock down your price saying it was unrealistic. Just something to consider.
 

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Nah. That car is not a comp.
Dude, get lost. You obviously aren’t purchasing this car. I’m flattered you’re taking this much time out of your day to bitch about the price...but it’s old. The right buyer will come a long. I’m not PRESSED to sell the car. Nor am I going to hand it away. Happy July 4th!
 

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Yeah who wants stock.. 😂 4 times the mileage with a wing and lug bolts justifies an extra $25k.. Come on dude. Ok, I’m done though. Happy 4th everyone! 🇺🇸
 

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Yeah who wants stock.. 😂 4 times the mileage with a wing and lug bolts justifies an extra $25k.. Come on dude. Ok, I’m done though. Happy 4th everyone! 🇺🇸
With a wing and lug bolts? I think you might want to reread the post. Call it what you will, but you’ve simply approached this the wrong way. I think this is a car you’re really interested in, but simply can’t afford. Good luck my friend 👍.
 

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I'm picking up a yellow 2004 6spd in the next few weeks- at the shop right now before I purchase.

Market is strong, and will never go down as these are only getting less in number.

That auction looks good on paper, but with only 15k miles it's very probable that not all issues have presented themselves.

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