I have enjoyed owning this 2004 Gallardo more than any other exotic car I have owned. It is my second Gallardo and I bought it in September 2011. I have loved every second of it. We went through the car when it was traded in here and did every service item imaginable. We did a clutch, rear main seal, front main seal, replaced all fluids and did all items for a 15k service, replaced the tires, painted the wheels, inspected the entire car, checked the shift functionality, fixed some radio wiring, and got the car 100% ready to go. We addressed each of the issues that I wrote about here for my PPI checklist. The car has approximately 38,500 miles. It is painted Blu Caelum over Avorio Lilium. It has an alcantera headliner, bi-color elegante interior, red painted brake calipers, and special order paint. The rear bumper appears to have been painted but it was a very good job and nothing structural seems to have been affected.
It has performed seamlessly for me. The only two issues were a small coolant tube leak from the reservoir (easily repaired) and I replaced the tail lights because I preferred them not to be tinted and the contacts were a bit worn. The car has an LOC exhaust that sounds incredible and gives the car an extra bit of power (it will occasionally cause the check engine light to come on but it cycles off). The car passed Georgia emissions this year. It also has had the factory tape deck radio replaced with a Kenwood touchscreen head unit with Garmin Navigation and a very nicely integrated backup camera. This was the same system that was used in the 2008 LP640.
It is a perfect Gallardo to drive and enjoy without having to worry about mileage or maintenance. It has a few small rock chips and minor scratches and interior wear consistent with mileage but it is a very nice car that drives spectacularly. I have had a blast owning this one but another car from my bucket list has become available and I would really like to be able to move on it. I just had our service department do an annual service on it, the brakes have approximately 50% life remaining, and the car needs nothing.
Pictures of the Gallardo from when I got it – http://edbolian.com/?p=1190
Photo Shoot at Road Atlanta – http://edbolian.com/?p=1971
Pictures of the Gallardo by Tanner Mashburn – http://edbolian.com/?p=2620
The price is $85,000. I have it titled personally so if there is a benefit for you in a private party purchase, you can buy it straight from me. If you would prefer to purchase it from Lamborghini Atlanta we can do that and help you to arrange financing. I have 2 keys, the owner’s manuals, service records, and a variety of interesting dealership materials from when the car was originally released.
Email me for more information and with any questions that you might have.