Amari Supercars in Preston, Lancashire United Kingdom has been selling contemporary and classic supercars for over 35 years now, since 1980 you can find the most impressive collection of exotics … today they own a 10,000 sq ft showroom filled with over £15,000,000 worth of cars from makes like Aston Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, Ferrari, Pagani, Porsche … and Lamborghini naturally … in fact over time they have sold nearly 100 Raging Bulls already, and at the time of writing there are 8 Lamborghini listed for sale.
The Arancio Argos Aventador LP700-4 listed right now was built in 2011, with only 10,613 miles on the counter this car is an almost identical twin to the car Lamborghini unveiled at the March Geneva show that same year with a black leather interior and black Iperione wheels over black brake calipers and a glass engine cover.
But what is really interesting with this listing is the fact this bright orange metallic Aventador is in fact the cheapest Lamborghini listed by Amari Supercars … at £229,450 (€300,000 or US $ 440,000) it might not seem like a bargain, but when compared to the rest of the listing at Amari it sure sounds like one.
The Lamborghini at the very top end inside the Amari showroom is a 1971 Miura SV, listed at £1,250,000 (€1,640,000 or US $1,838,500) with 17,852 miles. Finished in Blu Notte this specific Miura is somewhat interesting as it began life as a Miura S, but one of the owners had her completely rebuilt in SV specs … and the first owner was none other than Rod Stewart mind you, so this is a celebrity car in the end.
Just to show you how much the value on the Lamborghini Miura SV has gone up in recent years … this very car was sold at auction back in February 2014 in Paris … for €520,800 … so little over two years later the price had tripled already.
The gap between this Miura SV at £1,250,000 and the second most expensive Lamborghini offered by Amari Supercars is rather large … number two is a Countach 25th Anniversary with 24,505 miles listed at £395,995 (€520,000 or US $583,000), and this is indeed a very special Countach. The car was ordered in a very special Bentley Green over a green leather interior with red piping … a color rarely seen on a Lamborghini, another interesting piece of information is this … we are looking at a 1991 ‘H’ registered Countach … while the Diablo had taken over already back in 1990, the Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary were built in 1988 and 1989, so this must have been a very late production unit.
Next up is a Bianco Avus Lamborghini Murciélago LP670-4 Super Veloce from 2010 (nr 288/350) with only 6,477 miles under her belt, listed at £349,995 (€460,000 or US $515,000), this car has received all the necessary service by the Lamborghini dealer in Singapore, the large SV logo on the side in black and the optional Aeropack Wing make this one of the most beautiful SV’s in the series … in fact the LP670-4 SV is arguably the best looking Murciélago made in Sant’Agata.
A second Murciélago LP670-4 SV listed currently has an offer on her already, but with 7,145 on the counter and the fact she’s finished in stunning Arancio Atlas with not one, but two SV logo on the side and the large rear wing … I highly doubt she would be sold for much less than her white counterpart, this orange one is also a RHD version, 1 of only 28 made in fact.