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23k-Mile 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo

Up for auction is this 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo, finished in Giallo Midas yellow and black over a black interior, powered by a 5.0 liter V10 running through a 6-speed single-clutch semi-automatic transmission, with 23,143 miles on the clock. This is a clean and nicely updated version of Lamborghini’s all wheel drive “entry-level” sports car, The Gallardo ran for 10 years and was the first car produced by Lamborghini under the control of Audi, bringing some stability and engineering know-how to the company, as well as excellent sales. Sharing its chassis with Audi’s first generation R8. the Gallardo had the engineering but also the classic Lamborghini styling flair which made it so popular for buyers interested in the “starter” supercar. This example is from the second year of Gallardo production, but the exterior was updated with bumpers and bodywork additions from the newer and more aggressively designed LP570. Mechanically, the owner had this car converted from all-wheel drive to just rear-drive, a process which is easily reversible with all parts included in the sale. Upgrades include the front bumper with larger and more aggressive air intakes, rear wing, and updated side skirts and mirrors. Along with modular wheels and a cosmetic refresh, this Gallardo is in excellent condition and ready to go for it’s next owner.

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23k-Mile 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo

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$550

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23k-Mile 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo

Morgan Twp, PA, USA

23k-Mile 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo

Up for auction is this 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo, finished in Giallo Midas yellow and black over a black interior, powered by a 5.0 liter V10 running through a 6-speed single-clutch semi-automatic transmission, with 23,143 miles on the clock. This is a clean and nicely updated version of Lamborghini’s all wheel drive “entry-level” sports car, The Gallardo ran for 10 years and was the first car produced by Lamborghini under the control of Audi, bringing some stability and engineering know-how to the company, as well as excellent sales. Sharing its chassis with Audi’s first generation R8. the Gallardo had the engineering but also the classic Lamborghini styling flair which made it so popular for buyers interested in the “starter” supercar. This example is from the second year of Gallardo production, but the exterior was updated with bumpers and bodywork additions from the newer and more aggressively designed LP570. Mechanically, the owner had this car converted from all-wheel drive to just rear-drive, a process which is easily reversible with all parts included in the sale. Upgrades include the front bumper with larger and more aggressive air intakes, rear wing, and updated side skirts and mirrors. Along with modular wheels and a cosmetic refresh, this Gallardo is in excellent condition and ready to go for it’s next owner.

  

550

  

6 Days

1983 Mercedes-Benz 380SL

Morgan Twp, PA, USA

1983 Mercedes-Benz 380SL

Up for auction is this 1983 Mercedes-Benz 380SL convertible, finished in silver with a blue convertible top over a light grey interior, powered by a 3.8 liter V8 running through a four-speed automatic transmission, with 124,372 miles on the clock. We go out of our way At DreamCars to source these remarkable Mercedes convertibles from this generation, and this is a very nice example. The R107 generation of SL was produced from 1971 up to 1989, and remains one of the best examples of the Daimler Benz cost-no-object approach to engineering. Between this generation and the R129 successor, these remain some of the best Mercedes production cars you can buy, and at reasonable prices which continue to steadily rise. The beneficiary of a recent mechanical and cosmetic restoration, this clean SL presents very well and it’s lighter color combinations make it an ideal summer tourer.

  

500

  

5 Days

1978 Ford Pinto Dealer Demo

Morgan Twp, PA, USA

1978 Ford Pinto Dealer Demo

Up for auction is this 1978 Ford Pinto, finished in red with a white vinyl top over a red interior, powered by a 2.8 liter V6 running through a 3-speed automatic transmission, and 102,275 miles on the clock. This is a great example of when a regular, every day car benefits from an owner that takes care of it, making it a rare survivor. The Pinto was Ford’s first foray into the subcompact market, a smaller rear wheel drive hatchback that arrived in 1970 and stayed for a full decade. While many were made during that ten-year span, not many survived, or had enough fans that considered them worth keeping. This example was originally a fully loaded “dealer demonstrator”, bought by the current seller from the original owner. It was equipped not only with the bigger V6 engine, but features considered luxury items in the 70’s, rarely even available on smaller cars in this era – Power steering and brakes, automatic transmission, a/c, remote mirrors, and upscale trim, making this a true unicorn in its time.

  

7,500

  

5 Days

1956 Ford Thunderbird

Pomona, CA, USA

1956 Ford Thunderbird

Up for auction is this 1956 Ford Thunderbird, finished in Colonial white with a white fabric convertible top over a light blue interior, powered by the 312 cubic-inch Y-block V8 running through the Ford-O-Matic two-speed automatic transmission, showing 47,650 miles. This car was previously bid to $50,000 but the buyer failed to pay. This first-generation example of the Thunderbird is an exceptionally clean example. Ford’s response to the Corvette was this two-seat personal coupe, a configuration Ford immediately gave up on after three years by going for a larger four seat setup for the second generation. Ford only came back to the two-seat configuration for the short-lived reintroduction of the T-bird in the early 2000’s, which did its best to be a modern interpretation of this original. Owned by one family since 1959, with that owner passing it down to his son, the car has been in Southern California its entire life. It was a daily driver for the father, a 15 mile round trip, and then used by the son for two years to get to school. The color spec is original, but this car received both an interior and exterior refurbishment six years ago, and has been stored in the interim. Recent invoices and receipts for work performed are included in the sale. With a simple and extensive known history, this is an excellent example of the first-generation T-Bird, worthy of any collection.

  

11,500

  

1 Days

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