Kit cars, it seems, are a bit like breast implants. Some look pretty convincing from a far, but once you see one up close and in the flesh there’s really no mistaking it for the real thing.
What we have there, then, is the automotive equivalent of a high-end breast implant–a pretty convincing fake for untrained eyes.
If you really think this one’s bad, you should see how the last Camaro-cum-Lamborghini turned out (it’s the automotive equivalent of a breast implant if performed by Dr. Nicholas “Nick” Riviera).
Underneath the metal/plastic/bondo of this Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 façade sits an unloved 1995 Camaro Z/28, complete with a slushbox’ and the stock 350 cubic-inch LT1 V8 engine.
While we have no clue how fast the new Camarciélago truly is, the buyer assures us its “100% complete super fast.” Right.
One thing’s for sure; someone has dropped some serious coin on this kit car. It’s no eBay orphan, either, as more than 70 people are watching and eight people have inquired about it.
It comes complete with scissor doors and a remote door opener, 18-inch Lamborghini-look wheels up front with 19’s in the back and a whole slew of other (slightly incomprehensible) mods, like:
- HID 8000k angel eyes, low Beam
- HID 8000k, high beam
- Four digital ballasts
- LED turning signal light
- Electrical driver side mirror
- Four new rotors
- Four new pairs brake
- Two new control arms, adjustable
- Two new shocks along with “two new spring”
- One transmission bar, adjustable
- Rear sensors
- All bulb are LED
Don’t have $28,750 to buy this puppy? No worries, the seller is perfectly willing to “do trade with hi-end car”.
Why might someone part with the Camarciélago, you ask? Simple. “The reason I am selling it because my wife she to jealous”. Yup.
With that, we leave you with a GM Authority top tip: This thing needs a couple soaks with the hose before you slam the scissor doors shut and drive away.