Lot 200 - 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo
|Odometer reading||38,630 miles|
|Estimate||£72,000 - £78,000|
|Result||Sold - £65,520|
- Low mileage example
- Late model
- Front suspension lift
Manufactured from 2003 to 2013 the Lamborghini Gallardo is important in the history of the Sant Agata firm as it represents the most successful model in their history. Both eminently usable and, importantly, reliable, the V10 sportscar had total Audi backup which made it hugely desirable and, subsequently, the most successful sportscar built by the world famous Italian manufacturer.
This attractive Gallardo presents well in silver metallic with quilted black leather seats. This quilted theme is continued through to the door cards and roof lining and creates an interior that offers both beautiful styling and practicality. With sharp angles and short overhangs the Gallardo is pure thoroughbred from every viewpoint. The looks of this late model car are enhanced by newly developed styling and LED running lights. The large 5.2 litre powerplant can be viewed through a glass engine cover and can certainly be heard through large quad exhausts which add to the car’s powerful presence. This Gallardo is offered to auction with a good service history and we are informed by the owner will have both a service and a fresh MoT test certificate prior to sale. This well priced car offers a blend of rational ergonomic styling and pure Italian flair.
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