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2006 Lamborghini Murcielago LP640
2006 Lamborghini Murcielago LP640

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1967 Lamborghini Miura P400
1967 Lamborghini Miura P400
1967 Lamborghini Miura P400
1967 Lamborghini Miura P400
       



2007 Lamborghini Murcielago Coupe For Sale

2007 Lamborghini Murcielago Coupe For Sale
2007 Lamborghini Murcielago Coupe For Sale Exterior: Yellow Interior: Black Leather Engine: 8 CYL Trans: Manual 6 Speed Mileage: 1,897 VIN: ZHWBU37S47LA02455 Stock #: 7LA02455 Call: Sales at 888-803-8554 MOTORCARS OF GEORGIA 7865 Roswell Road Atlanta, GA 30350 www.thebimmerstore.com
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Hamann Lamborghini 2006 Gallardo Spyder

Hamann Lamborghini 2006 Gallardo Spyder
Hamann Lamborghini 2006 Gallardo Spyder
by Douglas

1976 Lamborghini Urraco P300

1976 Lamborghini Urraco P300
1976 Lamborghini Urraco P300 Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, Tennessee
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2009 Lamborghini Murcielago Convertible For Sale

2009 Lamborghini Murcielago Convertible For Sale
2009 Lamborghini Murcielago Convertible For Sale Exterior: Green Interior: Yellow Black Leather Engine: 8 CYL Trans: EGEAR Mileage: N/A VIN: ZHWBU47S09LA03322 Stock #: 8860 Call: Sales at 888-803-8554 MOTORCARS OF GEORGIA 7865 Roswell Road Atlanta, GA 30350 www.thebimmerstore.com
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2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Convertible For Sale

2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Convertible For Sale
2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Convertible For Sale Exterior: Silver Interior: Black Leather Engine: 8 CYL Trans: Auto/Man Mileage: N/A VIN: ZHWGU22T7LA07294 Stock #: LA07294 Call: Sales at 888-803-8554 MOTORCARS OF GEORGIA 7865 Roswell Road Atlanta, GA 30350 www.thebimmerstore.com
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1967 Lamborghini Miura P400

1967 Lamborghini Miura P400
375,000.00 USD
1967 Lamborghini Miura P400 RM Auctions Automobiles of Amelia Island Collector Car Auction Amelia Island, Florida March 13, 2010 AUCTION RESULTS: Lot 196 - Sold at a price of $374,000 This superb Miura was delivered new to the Zürich-based Lamborghini dealer Foitek in July 1967. It was exported to sunny, dry California in 1969 and remained there until it was sent to Florida in 2005 for a complete nut and bolt rotisserie restoration. The restoration was conducted by the marque experts at Ultimate Motor Works in Orlando, Florida and was just recently completed this February. Known for their award-winning restorations, Ultimate Motor Works has enjoyed class wins at Pebble Beach, Amelia Island and Villa d'Este, as well as many other prestigious concours events throughout the world. In the process, the car was stripped to bare metal and every part of the car received individual attention from Ultimate's restoration experts, craftsmen and even Lamborghini's retired Chief Test Driver and factory historian, Valentino Balboni. Mr. Balboni is well known to Lamborghini enthusiasts, as he served the company for four decades, test driving every model produced and contributing to the development of the company's supercars. In the community of Lamborghini enthusiasts, he is a revered expert and, in recent years, has traveled the world, making appearances and also serving as a technical advisor to restorers and enthusiasts. He personally inspected this car several times throughout its restoration and, on the first visit, remarked to its owner, "this must be one of the first 20 cars we ever made." Certain bracing points on the chassis were changed very early in the Miura's development, which confirmed for him that this was a very early car. From the paint and body to the interior, suspension, wiring and brakes, nothing was overlooked in this restoration. Although the car had been painted red earlier in its history, it was returned to its factory correct yellow. There was no need to touch the blue interior, because it was in such original and excellent condition. Following completion of the car, Balboni inspected the car once more, confirming that every little detail – down to the hoses and bolts – was factory correct. The vendor has informed us that the engine was formerly in chassis 4494 and, as such, is in fact a desirable P400S unit – a common upgrade in its day. The "S" variant of the Miura was introduced in 1968 with the "S" representing "spinto," or "tuned" in English. The upgrade was more than a suffix, however, as this latest variant benefited from additional horsepower and was capable of propelling the car to 60 mph in just 5.5 seconds – a remarkable achievement in the late 1960s. Please note this car also comes with a rare and factory correct set of tools. Anyone who has driven a Miura can attest that, on a quiet, twisty back road, very few cars provide as much driving excitement, thanks to the glorious engine roaring inches behind your head and the race car-like handling. Miuras have began attracting mainstream collectors who increasingly recognize its contributions to sports car history. This superb example is no exception. Perhaps its most fitting description was printed in Road & Track, whose editors described the Miura as "one of those beautiful experiences every enthusiast owes himself."
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2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe For Sale

2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe For Sale
2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe For Sale Exterior: Red Interior: Black Leather Engine: 8 CYL Trans: Auto/Man Mileage: 38 VIN: ZHWGU22T48LA07706 Stock #: 8848 Call: Sales at 888-803-8554 MOTORCARS OF GEORGIA 7865 Roswell Road Atlanta, GA 30350 www.thebimmerstore.com
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Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

Nuova Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini S.p.A.
Via Modena 12
1-40019 Sant Agata Bolognese
Bologna, Italy
Telephone: 39051/6817611
Fax: 39051/6817700
Website: www.lamborghini.com

Lamborghini changed the world of Supercars in the mid-sixties with its introduction of the 350 GTV. Now Ferrari and Maserati were not the only serious players.

The upstart continued to add to the chagrin of its worthy Italian competitors in the early 1970s when Lamborghini launched the extreme Bertone-designed Countach and moved the goal-line again in 1990 with the debut of the Diablo. By building a car with such power and compelling design, it was as if Lamborghini was shouting to Ferrari "beat this"!

Lamborghini continues to add to its legacy of exotic sports cars with the new Murcielago.

How do you spell Lamborghini?

Italian cars are beautiful to look at but can be difficult to spell. We are pleased to welcome our visitors who chose to use one of the many alternative spellings for Lamborghini including Lambergini, Lamborgini, Lambourghini, Lambourgini, Lambourgine, Lamboghini, Lambogini, Lamborgeni, Lamborgheni, Lamborghenie, Lamborghin, Lamborghinni, Lamborghni, Lamborgi, Lamborgihni, Lamborgina, Lamborgine, Lamborginie, Lamborginis, Lamborginni, Lamborginy, Lamborguini, Lamborhgini, Lamborhini, Lamboughini, Lambougini, Lambourguni, and Lambo,

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