Body:  D&R replica body with removable roof. Body is mounted , painted and in excellent condition with just a couple of exceptions.  Rear spoiler had 2 large cracks and needs to be repaired or replaced.  There is a small hole on the top of the driver door where someone drilled through while mounting some trim.  Paint will need some touch up or complete repaint.  Paint is faded in some spots.  Almost looks like someone wet sanded but never buffed it. The paint is likely salvageable but im not a body guy.  Door open and close as they should.  All lids are properly hinged and operate as they should.  Removable roof stores on engine cover and all retaining hardware is there.  Lights are all there and functional. Real diablo emblems through out, but front one is missing. Chassis: Chassis was professionally made to duplicate the original design as close as possible.  Very well built.  Painted black. Suspension: The suspension consists of upper and lower control arms front and rear.  Corvette brakes on all four corners  Separate parking caliper on the rears.  Shocks are QA1.  Fronts have built in air bags to lift the nose when needed. Front sway bar. Wheels and tires: Wheels are Lamborghini Merci wheels.  Wheel finish is in poor shape, but no dents rash or other damage.  I have already finished the 2 rear wheels and hope to have time to do the fronts as well.  They are not perfect, but are 8 out of 10 in appearance one refinished. Tire have plenty of tread but are old and will likely need to be replaced.  Pirelli P Zeros Interior: Most of the interior has not been installed, fitted or covered. This is probably the biggest project on this car.  I believe I have all the parts, but haven’t actually fitted them all to see. I have original lambo gauges, HVAC head unit, seats and some other stuff.  Seats will need an aggressive cleaning or recovering.  My plan was to just have them recovered in black leather. I was quoted $800.00 for the pair. There is a Vintage Air air conditioning unit mounted in the car.  It is all plumbed in but I have not tried using it.  No reason to believe it wont work.  The wiring is probably the biggest mess.  The car starts runs and drives, but I would redo all the wiring.  The harnesses that are there can be reused.  They really just need to be neatened up.  The main harness is a Painless 18 circuit unit.  The engine harness is a Painless EFI harness. Replica steering wheel.  Tilt and telescopic steering column. Seat belts Drivetrain: Engine is a mid 90s Corvette LT1  I do not know the year or the mileage. Seems to run just fine.  Transmission is an Audi unit.  5 speed. Don’t know the history on that either. Glass:  All glass is included.  Rear window is already mounted.   Side glass is not in the doors but all the power tracks are installed.


Location: Norton, Massachusetts, United States

See listing: 1980 Lamborghini Diablo replica (from December 22, 2015)