The last supercar manual can be yours: a fantastic Lamborghini Murcielago with change in H

Supercar and manual switching is a association already unknown. Since the Lamborghini MurciƩlago ended production, no supercar, high-end has become to have a manual gearbox. The manual gearbox of the Gallardo lasted a few more years, until the release of the Hurricane, when he was buried definitely. Currently, neither Ferrari, nor McLaren nor Porsche offer their machines more expensive and radical with a third pedal. It is for this reason that this Lamborghini Murcielago is a rarity, and you could be its owner!

Even in 2007, just sold supercars equipped with a manual gearbox. This Bat is a rarity.

Before the Aventador, there was the Bat. The beautiful supercar Italian shared with the Aventador, its structure-mid-engine-rear 12-cylinder, and an aesthetic excessive. In the Bat LP640-4, engine 6.5 V12 the maximum torque developed excellent 640 BHP of power, which were transmitted to the four wheels. In 2006, the Bat received a face wash, that would improve a little more to its aesthetic look and upgrade their appearance. This unit for auction is in the year 2007, one of the first made after the facelift.

Only 26 units of Lamborghini Murcielago equipped with a manual gearbox were sold in the U.S. in the second stage of its commercial life. The italians recognized that less than 10% of its customers chose gearboxes manuals. This unit is one of the best-preserved and best-equipped, without a doubt. His painting the Golden Adonis is in contrast with the beautiful leather interior black, as well as the yellow from the calipers of your brakes carbon-ceramic. A combination beautiful, clean and even elegant.

gearbox of six relations in H has a metal grille, with a click-clack that accompanies each gear change. A delight mechanics that only a few clients were able to enjoy. The greater part of customers decided that it was better to control 640 horsepower through a gearbox sequential, we have that fight it out with her power while trying to run a tough third pedal. This unit has only 5.917 miles on the odometer, the equivalent of just 10,000 kilometers.

RM Auctions expects that this car will be auctioned by up to $ 325,000. A figure more than suitable for an exclusive car, with a new clutch and a team-high sound range as main jobs recent. The cover of your motor has been signed by the very Valentino Balboni, one of the myths of Lamborghini, tester head for decades. It is said that he tested personally each car built at Santa Agata, and this would not be an exception. It will be auctioned off in Arizona in just a few weeks.

Source: RM Auctions
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