That's a nice car...Performante just listed at lamborghini Houston...
2013 Lamborghini LP570-4 Performante Spyder 6-Speed Manual Houston TX | Aldine Spring The Woodlands Texas ZHWGU8AY3DLA13197
Wonder what the price is?
Price for 13197 Performante at L Houston was published earlier in this thread.So the salesman/consigner was misinformed then if you are correct.
1 of 5 in US he said.
Asking price is 300k
13968 first appeared last July at Dietz Motorcraft for $245K.Too soon for that aggressive pricing. In the future it may be a bargain. The last two that have sold were at 205K supposedly.
I had a conversation about it with AfricanHunter, the previous owner of this car, on another car forum. I also happened to talk with Dietz about it last summer when looking at another car he was selling. Seems like the current seller (using Dietz's photos) is trying to get out even or ahead of the premium + CA sales tax he paid AH for it last year, but the market is not there yet.13968 first appeared last July at Dietz Motorcraft for $245K.
It went on ebay in January for $299K
Price came down in February to $264K on ebay.
It's been on Cars.com and now ebay in the $225-229K range.
Given that 13968 is a special edition Anniversary car, I would think that a sale in the $215-220K range would make both buyer and seller happy at this point in time.
That car is one of the five 2009 manual LPs in the US. It's one of the two 2009s in Balloon White and one of the two 2009s that have been TT'd by UGR.
I'm in no way disputing this, however, I truly believe in a short time the economy will fall as we are certainly due for a correction and these cars will be the first to be sold. I am going to wait patiently until this happens, I predict far sooner than later.Get 'em now while you can. Remember these words, at some point these prices will seem like a bargain. As the Anniversario is a well documented and catagorized segment of the LP manual gearbox coupled w last of the RWD look to these cars to surface as years go by for one of the most saught after collectible modern Lamborghini vehicles of the early 21st century. Again ease of identifiable grouping and catagorized prospect is what will propel certain known and well documented cars to set the auction benchmarks.
I'm not talking about Lamborghini bubble, I'm talking about the economic bubble. It's not a matter of if, but when, and when that happens all cars will be cheaper, and the ones that have gone up a lot will go down the most.Everyone's been waiting for the Porsche bubble to pop as well....
Gallardos had one major drop at the 2008 market crash. But has held steadily with par depreciation. Countachs had the huge upswing and are now coming back down.
Regular Gallardos pre LP will stay 7x,xxx to 9x,xxx as long as history and mileage is acceptable.
Special models and manuals hopefully stay stagnant and not depreciate.
2008 Bianco Monocercous Superleggera #888
Yes you are absolutely right about that, but I'd be willing to bet there will be a couple rare examples floating around Time will tell!The owners of the rarer cars will most likely hold on to them lower value or not they will not be for sale. Things always turn around and the value will go back up when the economy does just like before.
I'm in no way disputing this, however, I truly believe in a short time the economy will fall as we are certainly due for a correction and these cars will be the first to be sold. I am going to wait patiently until this happens, I predict far sooner than later.
Agree. Those that need the money will sell their car. I was told by Lamborghini Dallas the last market crash their new cars were reduced by 30%!Yes you are absolutely right about that, but I'd be willing to bet there will be a couple rare examples floating around Time will tell!
The specification of that thing!!!Just showed up at Lamborghini Dallas.
Used 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-2 Anniversary For Sale Richardson,TX | Stock# L0958 VIN: ZHWGU5BR2DLA13634