I had hoped to post this before Christmas but life somehow got in the way. This is something that began several years ago as an attempt to search for and document manual-transmission roadsters produced from 2004 to 2006. Although my emphasis remains on these cars, I had the data on many other Murcielagos but not in a format that was easy for me to retrieve and analyze, at least in a timely way. I spent the last few months pulling this information together and I’m presenting it here as an interest item/topic of conversation for the Murcielago forum members. Most importantly to begin, I don’t have the data on every single Murcielago that Lamborghini produced for the U.S. The data sources I’ve used to pull this together include any public record that I could get my hands on. This includes car sales, both dealer and private, archived web pages, auction listings, other Lamborghini-related repositories, such as LP112.com, VinWiki, and others. It has taken me untold hours searching for this data over the years. Whenever I found a new VIN, I recorded it along with other information such as mileage, color and accident history, if available. Where possible, I’ve tried to verify suspect VINs as I’ve discovered there are indeed errors out there. In this endeavor I’ve found information that may surprise you. So, let’s break this thread down a bit and start with the big picture (see next post).