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99 Lamborghini Nicolas Cage's Diablo Vt Alpine Damaged Rebuilder Fixer Wrecked on 2040-parts.com

US $85,000.00
Location:

Denver, Colorado, US

Denver, Colorado, US
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 Very Rare Opportunity to Own one of a kind Lamborghini Diablo VT Alpine Edition #5 of 12 Ever Built and the Only One that came in Orange from Factory and that once Belonged to a Celebrity and a Movie Star Nicolas Cage and the Only One of 12 that was labeled as MOMO edition from factory. .   OK! Up for sale Damaged in the rear 1999 Lamborghini Diablo Coupe with 16,649 miles on the clock, AWD 5.7 V12 Engine with 5 Speed manual transmission. I bought the car from a Friend of mine that had big dreams but could not afford the car anymore. He bought it in Las Vegas at a Salvage Pool. Vehicle Runs and Drives around the yard just fine so it will be very easy to load it on the Transporter. Vehicle is Sold AS IS on a Salvage Colorado title. All of the damage is in the Rear of the car and All of the parts are Definitely repairable. I have Repaired more than 10 of these cars over the years and currently own 3 more Diablos besides this one they are very simple but time consuming to repair. If you think Quarter panels are not repairable you have NO BUSINESS buying this car or any other damaged car. If you can not repair this car for Under $10k Parts and labor you have NO Business buying this car. I don't want any messages on the pricing of the Lamborghini parts There is Lambostuff.com for that and I get 40% off everything that is there if it is available. These where hand made at the factory from 14 pieces of aluminum. I have a local guy that have made these Quarter Panels in the past from a flat sheet of Aluminum, but he was very sick for the last 3 months and is unable to work at this time. If you have time we may be able arrange something with the Guy in the next few months. I was able to locate the Second Owner that Wrecked the car in Vegas and He provided me with very valuable Information and Sold me Original Wheels all Books ,Tools, Original Stereo system and a couple of boxes of miscellaneous parts NON of witch is Included with this sale, but I can sell you what ever you want if the price is right. He was changing the lane to go on the Exit ramp and did not see a Saturn that pulled up to his right rear Quarter panel, probably just checking out the car and that caused him to spin out damaging the other side Quarter panel.  He bought the car from Nicolas Cage in Los Angeles. Vehicle was always Serviced at Lamborghini of Orange County that Sadly no longer exist. I have been there many times and knew most of the people there. Vehicle also has Brand New Transmission, Clutch and Front Differential that was Installed by Lamborghini right before the accident to the tune of $40k that was payed by HRE. These are $10k dollar HRE wheels that come with the car they all are in Good Condition except one Left front has some scratches. HRE Installed wrong tire size on the car damaging transmission and had to file claim to pay Lamborghini for the Repairs. Interior is in Good Shape lots of Carbon everywhere. Stereo is not connected and came in the box from insurance pool for some reason. Missing right exhaust tip. All Glass is in Good Shape. Everything works fine that I know of. $2000 NON Refundable Deposit is due by wire transfer or paypal immediately. Full Payment is due in 10 days after the closing of the sale in Cash or wire transfer. May consider something Exotic on partial trade only if I can resell it for more than you are asking for it ( If it is worth my time to mess with it )  I sold all my engines from previous cars I parted out so I may also part the car out if I find the someone that needs the engine and is willing to pay $30k for it. Until engine is gone No parts are for sale.  Thank you for looking! 

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