Show the photo of this car to 10 people out on the streets and ask them to guess what band it is. Chances are nobody’s going to get the answer right. If somebody did, he probably made a lucky guess.
This is a 1986 Lamborghini LM002 – hardly looks like a vehicle Lamborghini would make, right? And we must advise you not to bet your house on the premise that this is just some run-of-the-mill vehicle the folks from Lambo built because they were bored. Arguably one the rarest Lamborghinis you can find anywhere in the world, this particular LM002 was originally built for the Sultan of Brunei – yes the same man who reportedly has over 6,000 cars in his garage – and while Sultan Bolkiah doesn’t own it anymore, the man who does is, apparently, selling it.
The car, by all accounts, has been remodelled and modified a number of times with the end product boasting of a number of different features including an upgraded interior with electric front sears, a couple of roof-mounted CD and DVD players, LCD monitors, an electric sunroof, and so much more.
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Making this car more attractive – and probably, expensive – is the fact that it hasn’t logged as much wear and tear as you might expect. Currently, the vehicle’s odometer reads ‘5,600 kilometers’, and that’s ever since it rolled out of the Lamborghini production plant.
Surprisingly though, the car has no listed price, but we’re pretty sure that it’s going to cost a buyer more than just an arm and a leg. We’re thinking along the lines of him selling all his appendages.