Lamborghini Diablo GT-R
They say membership has its privileges, and owners of rare exotic cars are certainly aware of that. Those who own exotic and rare cars are a club of sorts, with auto fanatics like Jay Leno leading the ranks with his dynamic and diverse celebrity car collection. I wonder who will purchase the latest headline-snagging exclusive supercar available, a Lamborghini Diablo GT-R in California for $699,999?
Lamborghini Countach Jay Leno
Lamborghini ownership is an exclusive club too, and a Diablo GT-R is quite rare, especially one that has never been raced. Only 30 examples of this Lamborghini were produced between 1999 and 2000, and only 2 or 3 are track virgins.
Lamborghini Diablo GT-R interior
This Lamborghini GT-R supercar kicks back over 600 horses and features free-flowing exhaust, a 5-speed tranny and a full roll cage and fire suppression system, in case the owner ever backs it out of the garage. You see, the likelihood of this exotic collector car ever being driven to its full potential is slim, as there are a mere 780 miles on the odometer at this juncture.
While it may seem tragic that this supercar has never and may never be raced on a track, rare exotic cars like this are typically preserved to maintain value and history. Most who invest in rare luxury cars have a deep affinity and passion for them, and a strong desire to keep them in the best condition possible.
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