Lot 225 - 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder
|Sold - £59,920
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.
Supplied originally by Lamborghini Birmingham on 1st September 2006, this Gallardo Spyder is finished in Blue Caelum Metallic with complementary blue leather trim. The original book pack is present and shows 11 stamps from Lamborghini Birmingham and marque specialists, the last service carried out was a major service on 25th March 2020 at 20,867 miles. At the same-time it was treated to new brake discs and pads all round and roof lubrication amounting to a spend of £5,900; invoices for this work can be found in the history file. Presenting in delightful, unmarked condition this is a true supercar and with a price tag of over £135,000, when new. These are superb cars to drive with a fabulous sounding engine and exhilarating performance available offered by the V10 engine.
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