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Here we have to offer you a stunning, yet unique, 1 of 1 car finished in Yellow Skirt Hic, UK supplied by Lamborghini Great Britain Limited in 1999 S Registered. With only having 2 Careful Previous Keepers, Special order colour and believed to be the only one in Yellow Skirt Hic with Bianco Leather Interio. The second keeper covered only 641 Kilometers so in total the Diablo has covered just 13,852 Kilometers which converts 8,607 miles.
Being one of the last Diablo's before the 6.0VT this car has all the attribute having the key specification for a great investment:
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Made in the era when Ferruccio Lamborghini when he was alive.
This vehicle has an extensive service history which is as follows:
09/02/2000 - 3,024 Km - Lamborghini London
28/01/2002 - 5,931 Km - Lamborghini London
24/01/2003 - 7,544 Km - Lamborghini London
03/01/2007 - 10,289 Km - Lamborghini London
24/03/2011 - 12,639 Km - Lamborghini London
27/02/2015 - 13,030 Km - Lamborghini London
15/09/2016 - 13,675 Km - Service Amari
02/10/2017 - 13,740 Km - Service Amari
08/05/2018 - 13,834 Km - Service Amari
08/08/2019 - 13,850 Km - Service Amari
16/08/2013 @ 12,888 km
07/08/2014 @ 13,031 km
13/08/2015 @ 13,477 km
19/08/2016 @ 13,587 km
14/11/2017 @ 13,780 km
17/12/2018 @ 13,844 km
02/12/2019 @ 13,852 Km
We have the original Owner's Pack with Manuals, Service Booklet & 2 Sets of Keys.
Viewing strictly by appointment.
The Diablo VT was introduced in 1993. Although the VT differed from the standard Diablo in a number of ways, by far the most notable change was the addition of all wheel drive, which made use of a viscous center differential (a modified version of LM002's 4WD system). This provided the new nomenclature for the car (VT stands for viscous traction). The new drivetrain could direct up to 25% of the torque to the front wheels to aid traction during rear wheel slip, thus significantly improving the handling characteristics of the car.
Other improvements debuting on the VT included front air intakes below the driving lamps to improve brake cooling, larger intakes in the rear arches, a more ergonomic interior with a revised dashboard, electronically adjustable dampers, four-piston brake calipers, power steering, and minor engine refinements. Many of these improvements, save the four-wheel drive system, soon transferred to the base Diablo, making the cars visually nearly identical.