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Better off to wait for the updates 2013 R8...Twin clutch, updated front end and they trimmed 200lbs off of it. Cool car regardless.
 

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It's a very nice car, that engine can hold the power all day long. I hear the Alpha 12 has issues holding power over time
 

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2,246 miles? really thats it? almost brand new R8 and low miles? + twin turbo? i guess someone was disappointed with the power and went with alpha 12 and also spent less money
 

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Well considering the R8 cost over 140,000 dollars new im sure the twin turbo kit cost well over 90,000 dollars so I think it makes sense
2010 R8 as this one is configured had an msrp of right at $169K. Add $90K (?) for the TT kit and you're at $260K before the other mods are added to the equation. Given that a 2010 R-Tronic in excellent shape with low miles today still takes about $145K to buy, I think the asking price is about right.
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2010 R8 as this one is configured had an msrp of right at $169K. Add $90K (?) for the TT kit and you're at $260K before the other mods are added to the equation. Given that a 2010 R-Tronic in excellent shape with low miles today still takes about $145K to buy, I think the asking price is about right.
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My thoughts exactly after reading the listing. Im sure if there is a buyer he/she will be stoked.
 

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The R8 is basically a luxury version of the Gallardo and I can see that car has about $300k in it. There's many reasons some sell their cars, just like we see many sell their GT-R's. I saw some guy in a post on here put his 12' GT-R for sale because his tranny went bad at 2500 miles and wants Z06 instead. Dumb reason!
 

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love those naked rear pics
 

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2010 R8 as this one is configured had an msrp of right at $169K. Add $90K (?) for the TT kit and you're at $260K before the other mods are added to the equation. Given that a 2010 R-Tronic in excellent shape with low miles today still takes about $145K to buy, I think the asking price is about right.
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Often, if priced to good to be true, then something is fishy. Maybe something isn't right on the car? Hopefully not, but when you start talking about a car with close to $300K invested, a starting bid of only $200K, only 2200 miles, and now the second owner is already trying to sell it... you have to wonder...
 

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Often, if priced to good to be true, then something is fishy. Maybe something isn't right on the car? Hopefully not, but when you start talking about a car with close to $300K invested, a starting bid of only $200K, only 2200 miles, and now the second owner is already trying to sell it... you have to wonder...
It's a one owner car. The same guy (goes by CDubb on L4P) who is selling the car just sold his Ford GT TT. He bought a white LP570 and is sending it to Underground Racing.
 

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It's a one owner car. The same guy (goes by CDubb on L4P) who is selling the car just sold his Ford GT TT. He bought a white LP570 and is sending it to Underground Racing.
It says this in the ad...

"The original MSRP was $169,150. In addition to the factory options above, the original owner spent approx $8000 blacking out the entire vehicle"

... implying the car is not with the original owner at this point.
 

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It says this in the ad...

"The original MSRP was $169,150. In addition to the factory options above, the original owner spent approx $8000 blacking out the entire vehicle"

... implying the car is not with the original owner at this point.
Hmmmmm I was going by this:

 
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