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purchase all models of Lamborghini cars
Lamborghini For Sale
2012 Lamborghini LP700 Aventador
Below are some examples of previous Lamborghini
2008 Lamborghini Gallardo
Ballon White with Black and White
Bluetooth, Sat Nav, I pod, Heated Seats, Callisto Alloys,
Travel Pack, Dark Rear Lights, White Side Markers,
Bi Colour Sportive, UK List 160k, massive saving
2003 Lamborghini Murcielago Coupe
Navigation,Giallo Midas with Black Hide
2006 Lamborghini LP640
Meridian Red with Polar Leather trim, Carbon Ceramic Brakes,
Transparent Engine cover, Hercules Rims, Bluetooth, Ipod Pre wire,
Navigation System, Interior Carbon Package, Logo's to Headrests,
Sports Seats, Suede Steering Wheel cover, Navtrak, awesome.
Lamborghini for Sale
If you are seeking a Lamborghini for sale, then you are someone of good taste who knows true elegance and style
when you see it. Today's finest sports cars are to be found in the Lamborghini range. It may seem strange then to
realise that the first Lamborghini vehicles were actually tractors, slow plodding work vehicles in stark contrast
to the fast nippy modern cars that so proudly bear the Lamborghini name.
How it all started...
It all started with Ferruccio Lamborghini. He was born in Italy in 1916, and it was while stationed on the isle of
Rhodes during World War II that he gained his expertise in mechanical repair work, fixing army truck, cars and
motorcycles as the broke down, using parts from other vehicles as and where he could.
Following the war he went back to northern Italy near Modena where he was from and started a vehicle repair
shop. The area was an agricultural one, and soon he was repairing more tractors than anything else. He started
making his own tractors, mainly from old military vehicles, which were soon in great demand.
Ferruccio Lamborghini was building one tractor a month when he started out just after World War II, but by 1960 his
company was producing over 400 a month. It was around this time that he decided to expand in other directions.
Ferruccio Lamborghini loved fast cars, despite building slow tractors. He had owned some of the best sports cars
Italy could make - Maserati, Osca,
Alfa Romeo, Lancia and Ferrari, among others. However, he always felt a certain
disappointment with these cars, especially with their engines.
The story has been told many times of how Lamborghini was having trouble with the clutch of his Ferrari 250 GT. He
decided to visit Enzo Ferrari at his nearby factory to discuss the
problem, but Ferrari sent him away. This was the moment when Ferruccio Lamborghini decided that he could do
everything that Enzo Ferrari was doing and do it better too. He decided that his first high performance car would
have a V12 engine.
He persuaded Giampaolo Dallara, an engineer who had previously worked on Ferrari engines, to design his new engine.
The engine they built was powerful. It developed a massive 350 horsepower.
The engine design was unique, and became the prototype for all the future Lamborghini engines. He commissioned
Scaglione-Touring to design a body for his powerful
engine, and at the Turin Auto Show in 1963, he unveiled his masterpiece to the world. It was called the Lamborghini
350 GTV, and it was a huge success.
Today's Lamborghini cars...
The Lamborghini Aventador
The latest Lamborghini for sale is the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. It was
unveiled and presented to the world at the Geneva Motor Show in late 2011. It is named after a Spanish bull who
fought with outstanding courage, bravery and strength at Saragossa in 1993.
The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 can move you from 0-62 mph in a mere 2.9
seconds. Blink and you might miss it. This car has a a 6.5 litre V12 engine that develops close to a blistering 700
horsepower - twice the power of the very first Lamborghini sports car, the Lamborghini 350 GTV.
There is speculation that Automobili Lamborghini SpA, the Italian company that makes the cars, might be unveiling
the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. Anyone seeking the best Lamborghini for
sale ever built would be advised to head on over there to see for themselves.
The Lamborghini Gallardo
The Lamborghini Gallardo has seen some changes since its introduction at the Geneva Motor Show in 2003.
The Lamborghini LP-550-2 Spyder is a Raging Bull with an open top
that can charge from 0-62 mph in an breathtaking 4.2 seconds. It can keep going too until it reaches its top speed
of 198.2 mph.
Fast enough for most of us, and well over every speed limit there is.
This is a Lamborghini for sale that has seen in excess of 11,000 sales so far, representing one of the most
successful cars to come out of Sant'Agata - so
far at least.
The Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale is a street legal version of the famous Super Trofeo racing car.
A total of just 150 have been built, so this car is definitely for the collectors who are lucky enough to get their
hands on a model. The car has a V10 engine that can deliver a whopping 570 horsepower and can propel the car along
at a top speed of just a tiny tad below a knuckle-whitening 200 mph.
The Lamborghini Murciélago
The Lamborghini Murciélago was first unveiled at the Detroit
Auto Show in 2003. A Roadster version was made available the following year in 2004.
Through the LP-640 and LP-650-4 Roadster, we finally arrive at the LP 670-4 SuperVeloce with its classic
Lamborghini V12 engine. Sadly, production of the much loved Lamborghini Murciélago ended on November 5th, 2010. The
company had built a total of 4,099 Murciélago cars.
Of course, if you are seeking a Lamborghini for sale, there are plenty of used Murciélagos in excellent condition
to be found.
The Lamborghini Murciélago was the stepping stone to the new Lamborghini Aventador, which can be expected to go
from strength to strength. Rumour has it that following the Geneva Motor Show in 2011, the company found themselves
with orders to take them forward for 18 months.
That's the kind of interest there is in these cars, and an Aventador can be expected to set you back well over
£200,000. Perhaps there is a financial crisis worldwide, but car lovers are still out there with money in their
pockets, many of them seeking a Lamborghini for sale.
Returning to the story of how Ferruccio Lamborghini, the one time tractor maker, approached Enzo Ferrari to discuss
the problems he was having with his Ferrari sports car clutch, and how Ferrari turned him away, well perhaps
Ferruccio Lamborghini had the last laugh, for as Frank Sinatra, the famous entertainer, once said,
"You buy a Ferrari when you want to be somebody. You buy a Lamborghini when you are somebody."
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