Man is offering six-figure reward for helping him find these missing Lambos

They're both special, but for entirely different reasons.
  • Both cars are probably located in Europe
  • They’re both rare
  • They’re both special, but for entirely different reasons

Published on Nov 3, 2023 at 1:23PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Nov 5, 2023 at 5:40PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis
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This man is offering an amazing six-figure reward if you help him find a couple of missing Lambos.

These Lamborghini models, both Murciélago, are extremely rare.

But for entirely different reasons.

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The first one is a Batman-spec, manual Lamborghini Murciélago LP640.

And when he says ‘Batman-spec’, what he mans is he was used by Christian Bale as Batman in The Dark Knight.

The car is finished in gunmetal gray, with black wheels and yellow calipers.

But there’s another unique feature that makes completely special: it’s been crashed, badly.

And it was not a mild crash, either.


$100k BOUNTY if you help us find these MISSING Lambos!

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As you can see from the image above, the windshield is smashed, the door is smashed, and in general the entire right-hand side of the car is totally destroyed.

Plus it would be a miracle if the chassis was still in one piece.

The car, according to the collector who’s offering the bounty to find it, is located in Europe.

The other car, also a Lamborghini Murciélago, has an entirely different history.

The car collector and his team discovered that only two Murciélago LP670 SV with a manual gearbox are still in circulation.

In theory, he says, one is registered in Europe while the other one should be in North America.

However, there’s no records of the US car ever coming into the US.

There’s no record on Carfax, and no shipping manifest.

This would be hard to do if the car actually had come in, which is why the collector believes the car is still somewhere in Europe.

The collector says he’ll pay $100,000 to anybody who can get him useful information that allows him to locate the cars and buy them.

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