4k-Kilometer 1989 Lamborghini LM002
Used 1989 Lamborghini LM002 2,500 miles
This 1989 Lamborghini LM002 is one of approximately 300 examples built between 1986 and 1993. The truck was reportedly imported from Japan to Hawaii in 1991 by an Audi/Volkswagen dealership on the island of Oahu. The previous owner purchased and relocated it to Washington State in 1992 and drove it infrequently over the ensuing 27 years, prior to the selling dealer’s acquisition in 2018. Finished in black over off-white leather, the vehicle is powered by a 5.2L quad-cam V12 paired with a five-speed manual transmission and two-speed transfer case. Additional equipment includes fuel injection, power windows, air conditioning, a custom stereo, rear jump seats, eight-lug wheels, and 345-width Pirelli Scorpion tires all around. An oil change and inspection were performed last year after the seller’s purchase. This LM002 now shows just over 4k kilometers (~2,500 miles) and is offered with a driver’s handbook, period literature, tools, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Washington title. The LM002 evolved from Lamborghini’s earlier efforts to produce an all-terrain military vehicle and was unveiled at the 1986 Brussels Auto Show. It featured a tubular steel frame and distinctive, angular bodywork made of aluminum and fiberglass. Curb weight was approximately three tons. This example is finished in black and, like most, is equipped with four doors and a short, open rear bed. The hood features provisions for the intake system, and brush guards are mounted front and rear. The tailgate wears a full-sized spare tire and swings down to allow access to a removable storage compartment, diamond-plated bed, and rear jump seats. Custom pinstriping on the front, rear, and sides is shown up close in the gallery below. Factory 17″ eight-lug wheels are mounted with period 345/60 Pirelli Scorpion tires that were developed specifically for the LM002. The independent suspension features unequal-length control arms and coil springs front and rear. Braking is managed by a twin-caliper, ventilated-disc configuration up front and 12″ drums in the rear. Off-white leather covers bucket seating for four, along with the door panels and wide center console. Wood trim accents the dash, door panels, and center console. Amenities include air conditioning and power windows. A custom stereo system has been installed and includes a Kenwood CD player mounted in the ceiling console. A leather-wrapped Nardi steering wheel frames factory VDO instrumentation, including a 220-km/h speedometer and a tachometer with a 6,500-rpm redline. Approximately 4,100 kilometers (~2,500 miles) are displayed on the six-digit mechanical odometer. The five-speed manual gearbox features a dogleg shift pattern, and a lever between the driver’s seat and center console controls the transfer case. The front-mounted 5.2L 48-valve V12 is shared with the Countach and was rated for over 400 horsepower when new. The fuel-injection system features a unique airbox with twin filtration canisters. An oil change was performed in 2019. Power is delivered to either the rear or all four wheels through a ZF five-speed manual transmission and dual-range transfer case. Additional underbody photos are including in the gallery below. A driver’s handbook in a Lamborghini-branded portfolio is included in the sale, along with a service manual and period literature. A jack and factory lug and hub wrenches are also included and can be seen in the gallery. The October 2020 Carfax report indicates no accidents or other damage and shows history in Hawaii and Washington through its most recent entry in March 2019. Cold-start and drive-off videos are presented below.
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Air Conditioning, CD Player, Center Console, Power Windows, Tachometer
September 30 on Oooldtimercars