Evaluation: A handful of chips on the nose, but there’s a clear bra there and they probably don’t go deeper than that. The rest of the paint looks great and this is a lovely color that’s only subtly metallic. Light wear and a few small smudges on the leather. Minor scuff on the edge of the left rear wheel. Represented with 14,050 miles, regularly serviced, and a used but lightly used Lambo. Even though it’s not a Ferrari, it’s a late-model Italian supercar with an open-gate manual transmission, and that makes this car a sure-fire collectible.
Bottom Line: The original MSRP on a Murcielago was $281,000 and the base models at least are more used exotic than modern collector car. Even in today’s super-heated used market, classifieds for Murcielagos hover around 200 grand. This car, on the other hand, smashed estimates and price guide values. Now, one sale doesn’t necessarily make a trend, but most signs point to this being the direction where Murcis and other modern analog exotics are headed. This was just ahead of the curve.