Lamborghini ownership is already an exclusive club; but a Diablo GT-R is an even rarer find. Rarer still is one that has never been raced.
The GT-R is a track-ready version of the Europe-only Diablo GT. Thirty of these cars were built in 1999 and 2000, with only two or three having never seen track action.
Making about 600 horsepower, the GT-R has a full roll cage and fire suppression system, pneumatic jacks, and a free-flowing exhaust. The transmission is a five-speed manual.
Symbolic Motors, the dealer selling the car, says there are fewer than 800 kilometers (780 miles, to be precise) on the odometer.
Asking price? It's a cool $699,999, if you must know.
That price also speaks to the rarity of the car, and it's likely that the buyer will garage the car instead of driving it.
Almost seems wasteful.