2004 Lamborghini Gallardo on 2040-cars
Hardesty, Oklahoma, United States
2004 Gallardo 5.0 liter V10, 20,100 miles, e-gear transmission. $30+K in tasteful upgrades.
Custom HRE wheels, 20” in back 19” in front
LP570 front bumper
Carbon SL wing
Painted Yellow Calipers to Match body
Carbon/alcantera steering wheel
Lightly tinted head and tail lights
3M window tint
New center touch screen Navi/Bluetooth/sound system/IPod connector
Fabspeed bypass pipes
Car is professionally converted to RWD, included are all original parts (front diff, shafts etc.) to convert back
to AWD if wanted (takes 2 hours, very simple process).
Exterior is mint, no paint chips car looks like new.
Interior is in excellent condition. The car has been fully serviced and is 100% up to date. New latest F version
clutch has been installed for a longer life than OEM.
Lamborghini Gallardo for Sale
Auto Services in Oklahoma
Stillwater Safety Lane ★★★★★
Standard Machine ★★★★★
Puckett`s Inc ★★★★★
Priest Brothers ★★★★★
Auto blogFri, 11 Jan 2013
Our friends at Road & Track recently stopped by Cars and Coffee in Irvine, California, with the 2013 SRT Viper and found themselves a place to park between a Lamborghini Aventador and a Lexus LFA. Those machines might as well be the three musketeers of ludicrous exhaust notes, and rather than keep those 24 raging cylinders muffled, R&T set about conducting an orchestra of internal combustion. On seeing these three lined up, we were more than prepared to call the Viper victorious when it came to tickling our ear drums, but the latest domestic V10 sounds down right civilized in this company.
If we're picking favorites, we have to say the LFA takes the cake. There's something about the noise of a street-legal V10 that can wrap it's tachometer all the way to 9,000 rpm that turns our knees to quivering dollops of jelly. Check out the clip below for a listen. We shouldn't need to tell you to get frisky with the volume.
With its razor-sharp wedge shape, high performance and minuscule ride height, the Lamborghini Countach has always been a supercar made to be gawked at and grab attention. Even the model's name supposedly comes from an Italian exclamation. But not all recognition is positive, as is the case with this Lamborghini illegally parked within sight of London's famed Tower Bridge.
According to The Telegraph, this white Countach was reportedly abandoned after running out of fuel, blocking a lane in the process. In that time, someone apparently attempted to scratch off part of its no-parking sticker. In the end, the supercar was hooked up and lifted onto a flatbed truck to be towed away, drawing a sizable crowd in the process. Those interviewed seemed pretty upset and mystified that someone would illegally park the car there.
According to The Telegraph, the owner was traced via license plate, whereupon it was discovered there was a warrant out for his arrest on harassment charges. He was subsequently arrested in London and later released on bail. Sadly, there's no word yet on whether the classic Lamborghini was released with its owner or if its angular self is sitting in an impound lockup somewhere.
Love it or hate it, the Lamborghini Veneno is an incredible - and incredibly rare - car. With Lamborghini committed to building just three examples of the Veneno, it's very likely that we'll only ever see this pre-production show car in our lifetime.
That doesn't mean we'll be any less excited about laying our eyes on this fine example of the world's most-expensive production car, which we recently did as the Veneno made its US debut at the Quail Motorsports Gathering. Now that we see it again, it might look even better under the California sun than it did the last time we saw it under the bright lights of the Geneva Motor Show. Now, if we could just find the keys...