2004, Arancio Borealis, 6 speed manual, 16,889 miles.
Mods: RevoZport STS wing/bonnet/lip in gloss carbon, carbon skirts, Renown LP570 bumper, Fabspeed cat deletes, Tubi exhaust, custom floor mats, carbon door sill logo, roof wrapped gloss black, OEM LP570 Scorpius wheels w/Toyo R888's, tinted (paint) rear/side lights & rear “Lamborghini” script with a drop of Arancio Borealis paint that gives it some wicked sparkle, back up camera and aftermarket rearview mirror, passenger footwell mounted fire extinguisher, custom floor mats. I also have a set of aftermarket JDM Auto Couture Lative wheels if those float your boat.
The clutch is strong (C clutch installed at 6K miles) and currently has absolutely no slipping when put under load (aka: a high gear and lower MPH and then mashing the gas).
I also had a Blackstone oil analysis done in Spring 2020 during my last oil change and everything came back with flying colors. Oil changed annually with Eneos Performance Motor Oil and then carefully monitored for oil burn during the driving season (none noted). I generally put less than 1,500 miles a year on the car.
Tons of receipts from my ownership and partial records from previous owners in a binder. Almost all the original parts boxed up in my garage and will be included in the sale (missing: original rims and exhaust, I have everything else).
There is a nuance light bulb error on the dash that even the Lamborghini dealership can’t get to permanently go away. All the lights/bulbs work though. The car has one small rock chip on the hood that I inherited from a previous owner. I got the car with a ¾ clear bra on the hood and, of course, the chip was conveniently about ½ an inch above where the clear bra stopped. There is one other small nick in the roof wrap (doesn’t affect the paint, only the wrap). Otherwise, the exterior is immaculate. I had clear bra (XPEL) installed everywhere except the roof (because it’s wrapped) and engine bonnet (because it’s completely out of danger)…nose, fenders, doors, wing, etc are all wrapped in clear bra.
Finally, I have a PPI in hand from the local Lamborghini dealership (Saint Louis/Holman Motorcars) and the car has no major issues. They noted rear tire wear (I disagree…pics included), some slight front hydraulic fluid, some oil on the rear of the engine/trans casing, and a parking brake that doesn’t brake well. I’m bringing the car in once the salt gets off the ground here in STL (so…2 weeks?) to get an oil change and all the items from the PPI fixed.
Asking $110,000 firm.
Let me know if you have any follow up questions or concerns,