Former MLB star Jose Canseco had his 1999 Acura NSX turned into a Lamborghini Diablo GT replica, and it could be yours for $175,000 USD. This isn’t just a fiberglass body kit placed atop the original NSX chassis, as it includes several OEM Diablo GT parts, including functional scissor doors. Power comes from a 3.2L V6 engine making 290 hp and 224 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
One question potential buyers may have is if it’s street legal, and the answer would be a yes since the vehicle is titled as 1991 ASPT (Assembled by Parts Title). This replica may not be geared towards multi-millionaires, but rather the supercar enthusiast who does not have over $1-million to spend on a rare supercar. If money is no object, then you might want to search for an even more rare Lamborghini Diablo GTR. More information here.
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- Authentic replica features include V12 engine with moving pistons, steering, front and rear suspension and rear spoiler, and opening scissor doors
- Admire the 8-speed sequential transmission, opening front and rear hood, detailed disc brakes, golden rims, and lime green color scheme
This is basically a street legal race car with comfort and performance — one which includes using a real SUPER CAR Acura NSX chassis, engine and infrastructure. The time and effort have been expensed by previous owners and I hate to sell it because it is in such pristine condition. So the lucky buyer will get a turn key super car without any painstaking work to be done. Be sure to watch the video so you can really appreciate the sound and perfection of this car,” said the seller.