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With 14,022 units built the Lamborghini Gallardo has been the most successful model ever in the 50 years of Automobili Lamborghini SpA, and with the final production unit being the very special, Rosso Mars finished Gallardo LP570-4 Spyder Performante that has been picked up by a collector the Gallardo reign ended in late November  2013 … a few weeks later the first official photos and information of the Huracán LP 610-4  were published … the brand new V10 Lamborghini that would take over from the amazing Gallardo.

So we know the Gallardo number 14,022 will be kept in a private collection … but how about Gallardo number 14,021? That’s right … the second to last Gallardo V10 ever built, which is in fact a limited edition LP560-2 50th Anniversary model … and it is for sale!

The very special Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-2 50th Anniversary was built only 100 times to celebrate it has been 50 years ago the late Ferruccio Lamborghini built his car factory in Sant’Agata, finished in a stunning Bianco Opalis this rare V10 comes standard with a clear carbon fiber rear wing, special Scorpius wheels and sport seats with carbon fiber back covered with alcantara … however number 14,021 comes with a few additional extras.

This second to last Lamborghini Gallardo built has been listed by Lamborghini Leusden in the Netherlands at €264,242 (including taxes), the MSRP for the LP560-2 50th Anniversary edition is set at €232,221 … but this specific V10 Bull comes with optional LED lights, tire pressure monitoring system, front axle lifting system, Navigation with Bluetooth, rear view camera … and the e-Gear transmission together with a few other bits … owning the second to last Gallardo to leave the factory doors in Sant’Agata is now a viable option for about €265,000.

Keep in mind the Gallardo LP560-2 50th Anniversary is a rear-wheel drive model built only 100 times … and it has been sold out already when production of the Gallardo range was halted … it was also the very last Lamborghini that could be ordered with a manual gearbox … with the Aventador and the new Huracán this option will no longer be possible … however Gallardo number 14,021 has the optional e-Gear installed.

So if you are interested in owning the last Gallardo built that is available on the open market … this is the one to get as the red Performante is not for sale right now …