1995 Lamborghini Diablo VT Coupe
Price: US $150,100.00 Item location: Landenberg, Pennsylvania, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Lamborghini
- Model: Diablo
- Trim: Coup
- Year: 1994
- Mileage: 19,132
- VIN: ZA9DU07P5SLA12342
- Color: Black Metallic
- Engine size: V-12
- Number of cylinders: 12
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: AWD
- Interior color: Black with Red Piping
- Options: 4-Wheel Drive
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1994 Lamborghini DiabloI'm helping a very close friend of mine sell his Lamborghini Diablo. He's about to have 3 kids in college simultaneously, so mom said his bull needs a new stable. I would love to take this car off his hands, but I have 2 kids in college, and a blonde wife. It's just not in the cards for me at this stage of my life. So about the car. It's a 1994 finished in black metallic, with a black leather interior with red piping. Pictures just don't do this car justice. In the sunshine, it looks totally amazing. This car turns heads in a big way, so if you don't like attention, this is not your car. I have a Audi R8 Spider, and one time we both drove to the gas station to fuel up at the same time. I may have well been in a Prius... nobody cared about my car that's actually 21 years newer. When my pal popped up the scissor door of this Diablo and got out, he got swarmed by people asking questions and taking pictures. And I just stood there and watched, gassing up my R8 like the anonymous chump that I am.
I could go on and on, but anyone interested in owning a Diablo knows exactly what this car is about. We don't need to post any specs here, you probably have them in your head. It's a car that doesn't adapt to you, you adapt to the car. It makes you a better driver, and a better man. It makes sounds (this one has a performance exhaust) that make the hair on the back of your neck stand up, and makes dogs howl 5 miles away. And the best part about the Diablo is that they are following in the footsteps of the Countach and appreciating like crazy. So this is your chance to own and enjoy the most stunning car ever built, and actually make a nice lump down the road if you decide to sell. Unlike me, who is destined to take a huge bath on the dumb R8 purchase that I made.
This Diablo just had an engine out service, with a new carbon kevlar clutch assembly. The clutch was the only weak link in the Diablo, and this one no longer has that problem. I've been in this car myself, it runs and drives perfectly. These cars are not like Ferrari's that fall apart just sitting in your garage, and cost like $2 per mile to drive just in maintenance and repair costs - Lamborghini's are rock solid drivers, contrary to what most people think. Just check out Jay Leno's video on YouTube where he shows his hard driven Countach with over 70k miles, and his mechanic friend Franco's 1991 Diablo. That tells the story, and part of the reason why these cars are becoming so dear. All fluids changed, all it needs is a new lover. Email me for questions, and I'll get them answered right away.
Thanks for looking.
On May-09-16 at 13:28:04 PDT, seller added the following information:
Just to clarify, this is a 1995 model.