Lamborghini Countach Wing
Spotted for sale is a New Lamborghini Countach Wing for over $10,000 USD. Due to the rarity of the wing the seller wants upwards of $10,000 USD. He believes that the rarity of his wing should command a much higher price compared to an aluminum wing. He is basing this on the last sale price of an aluminum wing. This wing was purchased from a shop that was closing down. This wing was stored in a factory oem box and never mounted on a Countach for over 30 years. The box is currently missing but seller is working on locating it. This wing is fiberglass and not aluminum like the other Countach wings.
I am curious as to the value of this particular plastic Countach wing?
Is it worth more or less than an aluminum Countach wing?
Which is more rare?
1981 Ferrari 400I Fire Damage
Spotted for Sale is a 1981 Ferrari 400I with Fire Damage. This eBay auction is for the whole car with v12 engine but unfortunately the seller lost multiple collector cars in a recent fire. Very Sad News. This car has only 7,000 original miles. The seller says it was kept on a concrete floor which may have left the rear end, gears, transmission, differential, internal engine parts in salvageable shape. Starting Bid on this car was $3,000 now reduced to a starting bid of $2,500. What do you think you could salvage out of this ? What would you do with this?
Pair of Lamborghini Espadas
Spotted in Arizona is a pair of Lamborghini Espadas for sale for $65,000 USD. The first is a 1969 example with serial number 7302 and the other is a 1972 serial number 7861. They will only be sold as a package and most likely will require both to make one good Espada. However, it should be noted that there is only 1 12 cylinder Lamborghini engine and drivetrain included in the sale. Its good to know that both have clean titles and have been in dry storage for the last 30 years.