1/43 scale model of a Lamborghini Reventon comes with a staggering price tag

1/43 scale model of a Lamborghini Reventon comes with a staggering price tag
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How much would you really spend on a toy? If you said somewhere along the lines of about $100 tops, then congratulations, you’re not as crazy as we think.

But if you shell out anywhere from €25,000 to €88,000, then forgive us if we start to question your sanity.

That’s how much it’s going to cost you if you ever decide to buy this 1/43 scale model of a Lamborghini Reventon. Don’t worry, it’s not like this collectible doesn’t warrant that stratospheric price tag. After all, some parts of the Reventon come with some pretty expensive pieces of jewelry. For starters, the cars come in three materials: silver, gold, and platinum. Then there are the tail lights that are rubies and the headlights that are diamonds. The silver model will cost you €25,000 ($35,000), the gold model will set you back €55,000 ($77,000), and the platinum model will be sold for €88,000 ($123,000).

So really, there’s some reason behind the madness. But if you ask us, spending something close to that amount when you can buy a pretty nice sports car is a no brainer of a decision. We’ll take the latter any day of the week as opposed to ponying up $123,000 on a car that even our fingers can’t get into.


Source: Luxist

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  (780) posted on 10.12.2010

Now here’s a car i would take over a freaking hybrid Ferrari any day. Please don’t go the hybrid route Lamborghini.

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