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2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2
A rare, limited edition, 2 wheel drive version of the iconic Gallardo. 50th anniversary year. 1963-2013. Bianco
Monocerus (Gloss White) over Rosso (red) leather interior. One of the most unique, best looking Gallardos out
there! Only 6500 miles. Remainder of factory 5 year/unlimited mileage warranty. Runs, drives, stops and looks
fabulous. No accidents, stories or BS! Very fast and sounds amazing. Car was built for SEMA by Lamborghini Miami,
RSC Tuning and Exclusive Motoring.
Solid Color- Bianco: $1300
Transparent Engine Bonnet w/LED $5800
Two-toned interior trim: $1815
Q-Citura stitching: $2600
Travel Pkg+Electric seats: $4280
Sport Suspension w/lift :$2060
Branding Package: $910
Rear Camera: $2600
Red Calipers: $940
Alcantara Roof lining & Pillars $1040
MSRP total: $219,115
RSC Tuning components
CS 600 Carbon Fiber (cf) front spoilers: $2195
CF center splitter: $595
CS 600 CF side skirts: $3000
CF SV-style wing: $4500
CF center console: $795
Clear lens set (front) $150
Veloce Sport Exhaust: $3595
LP570 exhaust tips: $895
Live Tuning: $2495
CF LP570-4 Diffuser: $3595
Diffuser brake light: $95
CF Engine bay covers: $2995
CF Airbox: $1195
CF front trunk covers: $2095
Forgiato Aggio ECL wheels $9000
Nitto INVO tires: $1800
Body colored rocker panels (oem black)- $800
Comes complete with Lamborghini trickle charger, tool kit, tire inflator, lug nut tool, car cover, books and both
keys. Serious inquiries only please.
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Auto blogFri, 19 Apr 2013 08:00:00 EST
While most 50th birthday parties include wacky and at least somewhat offensive gag gifts, Lamborghini will be celebrating its first 50 years with some incredibly exciting machines. Aside from the Veneno, the Italian automaker will also commemorate its first half century with new versions of the Aventador and Gallardo, which will both be on display at the Shanghai Motor Show.
The special Gallardo LP 560-2 50 Anniversario is a Gallardo with a unique paint scheme, a transparent engine cover and a few carbon fiber parts from the Superleggera, but the Aventador LP 720-4 50 Anniversario is where you'll find the true party favor. Confirming what leaked out earlier in the week, the Aventador LP 720-4 50 Anniversario squeezes an extra 20 horsepower from its 6.5-liter V12 compared to the "base" Aventador LP 700-4, which is accomplished with different engine tuning.
If the Aventador wasn't already flashy enough for you, the 50 Anniversario gets painted up in a two-tone paint job with a bright yellow Giallo Maggio exterior color over matte black for the lower portions of the car, along with gloss-black wheels. Lamborghini chose yellow because it has been the most popular color for its cars since the Miura. As for unique styling elements, the Aventador LP 720-4 50 Anniversario gets a revised front end with an extended splitter and bigger air intakes, and the rear fascia has been completely redesigned for better aerodynamics and engine ventilation.
We've all screwed around with the cutting and folding fun that results from paper model making over here at the Autoblog Craft Workshop (not a real thing), but we've yet to dive into a project with real scale. Thankfully, dedicated hobbyists the world over are taking care of the heavy lifting for us on this front.
Years back we brought you images of an Epson team mid-build with a full-scale Honda NSX racecar, and that project might still be the granddaddy of the genre (though this Audi A7 and this Bugatti Veyron are pretty good, too). But the Lamborghini Aventador police interceptor model seen here, measuring eight-feet long, is right up there. Gaming fans will recognize the Need For Speed inspiration for the wood pulp Lambo, and after watching the fast-motion video of the entire build process we should all be able to recognize the hard work that went into the car's completion.
Taras Lesko is the designer behind this mammoth paper project; you can read a bit of detail about what went into the build on his website, or you can scroll down to watch it for yourself.
You may remember the name Franz-Josef Paefgen. Until recently, the German engineer and executive was head of both Bentley and Bugatti. Before that he was chief executive of Audi, after working for several years at Ford. He technically "retired" earlier this year, but like the cars he helped create, an executive like Paefgen could never really retire. So it should come as little surprise that the Volkswagen Group has named Dr. Paefgen head of its Classic program.
In his new capacity, Paefgen will oversee the historic automobile activities of the entire VW Group, including those of Volkswagen, Seat, Skoda, Audi, Lamborghini, and of course Bentley and Bugatti. It strikes us as a suitable semi-retirement for the man responsible in no small part for the Bugatti Veyron and Bentley Mulsanne, to name just two, and who was decorated in 2006 by the ACO as the "Spirit of Le Mans" for his contribution to endurance racing. Read the official announcement after the break.