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This is a video taken of the car before ground effects were upgraded:
After Ground Effects Upgrades: Here is some background about the project:
Like many people, I love exotic sports cars. But also like most, I can't afford to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on one! I've always wanted to build a replica of one of these cars and figured that if I'm going to build one, it should be the pinnacle of all sports cars: The Lamborghini Murcielago! Over the last few years I've had my eye on one kit car manufacturer who manufactured a Murcielago replica that was indistinguishable from the real car. Knowing how much work was involved in building kit cars, I was in no rush to buy one. However, A few months back I read that the company that manufactures the kits was forced by Lamborghini to stop producing the kits (I guess because the cars looked so real.) At that point I decided to break down and buy one before my opportunity passed.
I hired a helper to work with me to build the car. I was fortunate to find someone who had 30 years of experience as a mechanic and doing bodywork. Despite his skills and experience, there have been a lot of hurdles to overcome while putting the car together. I've noticed that a lot of people cut corners when building replica cars, but I'm a perfectionist and demand that everything be perfect. For example, a lot of Lambo replicas don't have working power windows in the doors, working bat wings (mechanical side vents,) removable tops, or upgraded engines. This car will have all of these features in place as well as a replica V12 engine cover visible through a clear window on the rear hatch.
My original plan was to build my dream car, drive it for a year or two, and then sell it when I'm ready to start a family. When I started the project, I set a budget of $30,000. I found out the hard way that there are a lot of unexpected expenses that pop up when building a kit car. Two months into it, I exceeded my budget and the family plans happened a little sooner than expected. Therefore, I have made the decision to finish the car and sell it.
Some of the features that I opted to build into the car include:
Rebuilt V6 Engine with ram air, tuned computer, and exhaust. The performance exhaust makes the car sound very powerful (like a real Lambo.)
Fiero chassis/frame was professionally stretched and reinforced with steel tubing for strength, stability, and safety. Before chassis work was done, it was sandblasted down to clean, bare metal then primed and painted (no rust anywhere!)
5-speed manual transmission with chrome Lambo-style shifter and shift gate-plate.
Lamborghini replica interior, dashboard, seats, steering wheel, etc. I also had a custom instrument cluster made to resemble the real one!
I purchased a set of real Lamborghini Gallardo wheels and tires to give the car an authentic look. Being indecisive, I also purchased a set of chrome Grand Sport wheels that I thought would look awesome on the car (see pictures.) You can choose which wheels you want installed on the car. I would also be open to putting different wheels on the car if you prefer. With a full-price offer, I will cover the cost of M6, Reventon replica, or comparable wheels instead (see slideshow for some good wheel options.)
Fully-functional power windows (After 3 weeks of fabricating regulators to work in this car!) Most lambo replicas have fixed door glass or no door glass at all because of the difficulty of making the regulators work.
Removable hard top can be stored in trunk area of car.