2005 Lamborghini Gallardo 2-door Coupe E-gear 21000 Miles on 2040-cars
Monterey Park, California, United States
2005 LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO 2-DOOR COUPE E-GEAR TRANSMISSION. VEHICLE HAS APPROX. 20500 MILES ON IT.
VEHICLE HAS A SALVAGED TITLE DUE TO FRONT END ACCIDENT. ALL REPAIRS MADE PROPERLY WHEN RESTORING THIS BABY. THE FRONT BUMPER HAS A UPGRADED BUMPER TO THE NEWER STYLE. THERE ARE SOME CHIPS ON THE LOWER PART OF THE BUMPER DUE TO REGULAR DRIVING. THE PASS SIDE MIRROR HOUSING COVER HAS A SCUFF. THERE ARE NO DENTS AND SCRATCHES ON THE VEHICLE BESIDES LISTED.
THE INTERIOR IS CLEAN AND HAS LEATHER AND SUEDE BLACK AND LIGHT SAND COLOR. NO RIPS OR TEARS.
THE ENTERTAINMENT IS ORIGINAL AND HAS CASSETTE AND CD CHANGER OPTIONS AS WELL AS RADIO.
THE ENGINE... ORIGINAL ENGINE. SERVICE DONE REGULARLY. THE E-GEAR CLUTCH WAS REPLACE AT APPROX 12500 MILES. NO LEAKS OR MECHANICAL PROBLEMS. VEHICLE DRIVES GREAT AND ALIGNMENT PERFORMED SO ITS STRAIGHT.
THERE ARE NO LIENS AGAINST THE VEHICLE AND I HAVE THE TITLE IN HAND.
PLEASE SERIOUS BIDDERS PLEASE. PLEASE ASK ALL QUESTIONS BEFORE BIDDING. ALL SALES ARE FINAL.
BUYER NEEDS TO MAKE $1000 DEPOSIT WITHING 48 HOURS AFTER THE AUCTION ENDS. YOU CAN SEND CASHIERS CHECK AND WIRE TRANSFER REMAINING BALANCE.
MORE THEN WELCOME TO HAVE VEHICLE INSPECTED BY A THIRD PARTY.
BUYER RESPONSIBLE FOR SHIPPING VEHICLE OR PICK UP VEHICLE.
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Auto blogTue, 10 Sep 2013
Hamann Motorsport made a big splash at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show with a modified Lamborghini Aventador. The metallic orange monster has been rechristened the Hamann Nervudo, and packs an extra 60 horsepower and 34 pound-feet of torque, thanks to a few tweaks to the ECU. The other big mechanical change is an optional exhaust, which we're told exists solely to spit fire. Doesn't the Aventador do that already?
The big changes that transform the Aventador to the Nervudo, though, are on the surface. Hamann has made some significant aerodynamic adaptations, starting with a massive rear wing and a reformatted diffuser, with the latter made of unpainted carbon fiber.
Up front a two-piece, carbon-fiber spoiler creates a more aggressive fascia, although the overall effect is somewhat lessened, as Hamann has fitted what can only be described as flared nostrils to the Nervudo's front end. While we aren't crazy about the nose, the new side skirt and engine vents are both nice touches, particularly the scoop on the roof. Not surprisingly, the body enhancements are all available in carbon fiber. A set of multi-spoke whees from the Hamann Professional collection has been chosen to replace the stock Lamborghini items, with 21-inch hoops out back and 20-inchers in front shod in the requisite, ultra-sticky Pirelli tires.
All aboard the Leak Train! While we know that all the official images and details are coming soon, the Lamborghini Huracan (if that is its real name...) is showing up all over the internet (Automobile Magazine Hong Kong's Facebook page, for instance) in a dashing yellow paint scheme. While we're not presently able to confirm or deny the accuracy of these seven leaked images, when compared to the spy shots we've already seen, we can say they look convincingly real.
If they're legit, what we're looking at is the replacement for the Lamborghini Gallardo, which first went into production way back in 2003 and has gone on to sell an astonishing 14,022 units, a record for the Italian brand. Put another way, the Huracan has very large shoes to fill. Judging by its badge, which reads LP610-4, it will be doing so with 610 horsepower and all-wheel drive.
Take a look at the seven images above, and stay tuned for the full official floodgates to open in very short order.
Unless you're a captain of industry, a professional athlete or some kind of thickly bankrolled celebrity, there's a pretty good chance that you're not going to be amongst the lucky first owners of the upcoming Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 supercar. We can commiserate, as just the though of slipping behind the wheel of the Gallardo-replacing monster, and gunning the 610-horsepower V10 engine is enough to get our hearts racing.
It's a kindly gesture on the part of Lamborghini then, to put together this little Huracán driving simulator for us 99-percenters. Perhaps not the very last word in graphical presentation or life-like physics engines, the sim is nevertheless a cool diversion for a flash-based driving game. If you're like us, you'll need a few laps to get acquainted with the brutish steering controls, but we trust you'll catch on. Last one around the test track buys the first round of grappa at happy hour.