2004 Lamborghini Gallardo on 2040-cars
Gary, Indiana, United States
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Selling SuperMan the nickname of my 2004 Ferrari Red Lamborghini Gallardo with 48,800 miles which may vary on nice
days. It features a blue/brown interior and would be a perfect car for any new or seasoned Lamborghini driver.
I would describe the car as being in excellent condition both inside and out. There are no scratches, dints or
dings in the paint. There are a few rock chips on the front bumper and the front bumper has been scraped which is
unnoticeable unless underneath the car.
The AC is ice cold maintenance is totally up to date. Just recently had a $4,000 bill for parts and labor so it has
brand new tires, brand new brake pads, fresh fluids, and everything was checked up on and came back good. The
clutch was brand new at 34,000 miles and checked out to be 72% at 43,000 miles so i would estimate a 50% clutch
I have all the current history of the car since personally owning it. The dealer I bought the car from had the all
the history dating back to itís purchase so I can contact him and get that history for a potential buyer as well.
This car is the only Gallardo I know of fitted into a true Ferrari red paint job. The paint job was over
$15,000 alone and it was done right completely one of a kind. As you can see in some of the photos this car
literally can act as a mirror.
This car has been fitted with a fabspeed exhaust and there are no more catalytic converts. I have the original
catalytic converts so they can be reinstalled for anyone worried about emissions problems but boy you should hear
this car. It has a very aggressive note but on long cruises 6th gear 70-80mph there is no drone at all.
The day I got the car from the previous owner it still had the factory audio system installed in the car and
that didnít work for me. I had it fitted with a brand new DDIN (gps, bluetooth, pandoraÖ all the good stuff),
Jl speakers, Jl tweeters, a 12Ē compact Jl sub, and an amp. This rang in right around $3500 but it sounds great.
If your looking for window shaking interior rattling music this system isnít for you but if you enjoy rolling the
windows down turning the music up and cruising the night away this is where its at.
Professionally tinted windows and trust me you need them. When I bought this car, it being my first Lamborghini
I expected to get some attention but itís really unbelievable the amount you get. This car seeks attention from
everyone, little kids, teenagers, adults, and grandparents. It may be the color but the attention is there and
itís nice to have those dark windows rolled up when sometimes your just not in the mood.
The taillights are tinted and really set the car off from the competition. Along with the taillights being
blacked out the wheels were also powder coated black. There is a scuff on one wheel but itís not that bad and
iíd send photos to anyone who wants to see it.
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One of my defining moments as a budding car enthusiast came the first time I got to see a Lamborghini up close. I was out in Los Angeles visiting a relative with my mother and sister, and I took the change of scenery as an opportunity to look for more exotic cars than my middle-class Midwestern upbringing would usually encounter. We were on a walk, when off in the distance I saw - and heard - something extraordinary: An early '80s Lamborghini Countach, black with those bronze five-hole wheels, pulling into a parking spot. My mom still takes great joy in periodically retelling the events of that day, and as the story goes, I joyfully took off without warning, chasing the car down the street shouting "Lamborghini!" "Lamborghini!!" in my best eight-year-old Italian accent.
If you're a fan of Lamborghini then you'll want to set aside 13 minutes of your time for this video. The Sant' Agata carmaker is hosting a 50th Anniversary Tour from Milan to Rome and then back up to the factory in Bologna, and the 350 entries in this running of the bulls were staged on a Milan street. YouTube user Shmee150 is with the convoy and he spent the aforementioned 13 minutes walking among the field of glory that spans models from 1963 to now.
None of the cars were running so the video lacks the audio thrill of the supercars merging onto the M6 in the UK. As a virtual tour of Italian art museum showcasing a massive outdoor exhibit of Lamborghinis, however, it can't be beat. Don't hesitate to check out the video below.
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We commend Santa's choice in the beloved Lamborghini and think Los Angelenos did notice him (though we're not sure he wanted to be approached by Freddy Krueger up there). Head below to watch Santa and his helper spread holiday joy with V10-powered goodness.