There is a rare find available out there in the form of a 1999 Lamborghini Diablo with just 15k on the odometer. That means the perfect specimen has only been used and abused a scant 1k miles a year since birth. Aside from the obviously extremely gentle use, the unique blue flake metal exterior demands attention and stands out from the crowds of other exotic sports monsters.
The Lamborghini Diablo has bragging rights to being the first machine produced by the brand that could surpass the 200-mile per hour mark. The production run for the epic model ended way back in 2001, with the Lamborghini Murcielago revving up to take its place. The long-running Gallardo came in after that, and now we are dazzled by the Aventador and the all-new Huracan. Even with all of the new offerings from the Raging Bull, the older models maintain their value as collector cars and also that special vibe one can only get while gripping the wheel and experiencing the brand’s rich history.
The wheels are a gloss black version from a Murcielago LP670-4 SV. There are OEM Diablo wheels still available for it, which would likely increase the value and hold true to its original form. It also has a modern carbon fiber rear wing and custom exhaust in it, which may or may not be amenable to finding a buyer if they are dedicated collectors who prefer all stock components. To other potential buyers, it is just a gorgeous example of a 5.7 or 6.0-liter V12 with a 5-speed manual and worth every penny.