Mk1 superleggera

Mk1 superleggera

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Superleg48

1,208 posts

95 months

Sunday 30th June 2019
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Gratuitous picture then....


MrVert

3,663 posts

201 months

Sunday 30th June 2019
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/\ Good grief...that is a stunning looking car smokin

Superleg48

1,208 posts

95 months

Sunday 30th June 2019
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MrVert said:
/\ Good grief...that is a stunning looking car smokin
Thank you. It is a very very special car to me and will likely be kept till I die. Practically, It does absolutely everything I want and so I see absolutely no reason to change it.

Emotionally, it is very significant and anything else just could never represent what this does, so again, absolutely no reason to change it.




Scott Laurie

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118 posts

113 months

Monday 1st July 2019
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Superleg48 said:
Gratuitous picture then....

gorgeous, gorgeous,

AndrewD

7,205 posts

246 months

Friday 5th July 2019
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Another photo then smile


Superleg48

1,208 posts

95 months

Friday 5th July 2019
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AndrewD said:
Another photo then smile

Outrageously sublime.

yorksram

23 posts

93 months

Saturday 6th July 2019
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Adding mine, had it for 2 years and love it, timeless design compared to the over-complicated fussy designs of the moment.

Curv3hunter

1,981 posts

171 months

Saturday 13th July 2019
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A grey Mk1 SL will always be on the list cool

Sarnie

6,880 posts

171 months

Wednesday 25th September 2019
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Any current owners currently considering selling any time soon? smile

djt77

257 posts

187 months

Wednesday 25th September 2019
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Not for sale but any excuse to post pic. Also cheating a bit as In Australia not the UK

Drclarke

1,075 posts

135 months

Wednesday 25th September 2019
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Sarnie said:
Any current owners currently considering selling any time soon? smile
With prices crashing as they are, id hold fire as you will be able to pick one up for half the advertised prices

AmoCS

1,021 posts

181 months

Shnozz

22,739 posts

233 months

Friday 27th September 2019
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Drclarke said:
With prices crashing as they are, id hold fire as you will be able to pick one up for half the advertised prices
I keep a keen eye on SL prices as have fancied one for a while. They do appear to have dropped far more than just softened in the recent times. I’m surprised given the limited numbers and fact that they seem to have a strong demand and not many available at any one time.

andrew

9,181 posts

154 months

Friday 27th September 2019
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if anyone knows of any straight uk ( NOT far east import ! ) 2007/8 "mk1" superleggera ( NOT a 570 ! ) for sale, please pm me
thanks

Never you mind

1,507 posts

74 months

Saturday 28th September 2019
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Shnozz said:
I keep a keen eye on SL prices as have fancied one for a while. They do appear to have dropped far more than just softened in the recent times. I’m surprised given the limited numbers and fact that they seem to have a strong demand and not many available at any one time.
Always wanted one, almost bought one but I've been keeping my eye on prices for years. 100-120K. Presume the spread is down to UK or far east import. I
'd buy an import, can't think of any reason as to why not as long as the car has been checked over, same goes for a UK one I guess.

Scott Laurie

Original Poster:

118 posts

113 months

Saturday 28th September 2019
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I’m loving mine. Amazing car


Scott

sa_20v

4,108 posts

193 months

Monday 30th September 2019
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andrew said:
if anyone knows of any straight uk ( NOT far east import ! ) 2007/8 "mk1" superleggera ( NOT a 570 ! ) for sale, please pm me
thanks
You have PM.

WCZ

8,270 posts

156 months

Monday 30th September 2019
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Shnozz said:
I keep a keen eye on SL prices as have fancied one for a while. They do appear to have dropped far more than just softened in the recent times. I’m surprised given the limited numbers and fact that they seem to have a strong demand and not many available at any one time.
for some reason lambos dont seem to attract crazy prices, the murci sv being a good example

Scott Laurie

Original Poster:

118 posts

113 months

Monday 30th September 2019
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WCZ said:
for some reason lambos dont seem to attract crazy prices, the murci sv being a good example
The general Gallardo market hasn't changed much in the last two years, with prices pretty much static and with very little selling. I think with people un certain about where prices are going and everyman and his dog with an opinion on classic car prices bombing, there are less people wiling to spend large sums of cash on high end sports car. Less people is the key word here, Cars are still selling but less demand, I sold my Scuderia in a week but my 360 took ages to sell.

Superleggeras are different in the market place. They are rare and much more expensive than a stock Gallardo. Prices for Gen 1s range from £100k to 120 depending on colour, mileage, history bla bla bla, you get what you pay for and with them all 10years old now, finding perfect ones is more difficult. Compared to 360CS or a Scuderia they are a bargain price wise and rarer.

I think price wise they are static, don't see them dropping much, they arent really competition against other gallardos as they are quite a different car, or the hurricans as different buyer.


scott.

ghost83

4,383 posts

152 months

Monday 30th September 2019
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There’s 2 superleggeras at 89k ok one is categorised but can’t see if the other is

Lp variants are 120k ish