Lot 227 - 2007 Lamborghini Gallardo Spider
|Odometer reading||40,536 miles|
|Estimate||£68,000 - £76,000|
- Manual transmission
- Good service history
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 from this particular Carrozzeria. Its secret lies in its light, but stiff space frame chassis mounted to a five litre, V10 engine powering all four wheels on demand. Offered with two choices of transmission; a conventional six-speed manual transmission and an advanced six-speed electro-hydraulically controlled, semi-automatic which Lamborghini abbreviates to 'E-gear'. This allows the driver to make gear changes much faster than they could with a manual gearbox.
This Lamborghini was registered on 6th July 2007 and presents in delightful condition. The blue coachwork is unmarked as is the black interior. The specification of this Gallardo is impressive with the car having the all-important front lift, factory satellite navigation and reversing camera. Standard equipment includes heated seats and dual climate control. However perhaps the most interesting feature of all is this 5.0 litre V10 Lamborghini fitted with a manual gearbox! Supplied with a V5 registration document, together with an MoT test certificate valid until 28th March 2023 and an impressive service history. A true supercar with a price tag of over £135,000 when new, this is a rare opportunity to acquire a properly maintained example that is surely a future classic. It would be difficult to find a Gallardo in better condition.
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