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Lamborghini Jalpa 3500 V8 Carburateurs



When the Mimram brothers took over the company in July 1980, establishing the “Nuova Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini”, the new owners did not only start production of the LM 002 off-road, but the evolution of the Silhouette as well, whose main points were: restyling the Bertone Bertone designed body, an 8-cylinder engine, expanded to 3.5 liters, with power still at 250 HP, but with far superior driving comfort. With 420 cars built, Jalpa is among the best-sellers – since production stopped in 1988 there were no other 8-cylinders from Lamborghini.

Jalpa – or Baby-Lambo as it was known at the time – made its world debut at the 1981 Geneva Auto Show as a prototype version featuring a rear spoiler that never got into production. The sports car was named after famous breed of fighting bulls. Even if it was a very easy car to drive, it never got the attention it deserve; however it was the best sold Lamborghini V8 model.

A successor for the Silhouette sports car, the Jalpa used the same 3.0-Liter V8 engine (that was also used in the Urraco P300), but enlarged to a 75mm stroke resulting in a 3485 cc displacement. The engine delivered 255 bhp at 7000 rpm and 231 ft-lb torque at 3500 rpm. The sports car made the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 7,3 seconds and was capable of a top speed of 146 mph.

- Vehicule in perfect condition
- Extremly rare car
- Seen in the Rocky film
- Unique in Belgium

: Lamborghini
Body style: Convertible
Year: 1985
Mileage: 67900
Engine size: 3485cm3
Cylinders: 8
HP: 247
Gearbox: Manual
Gears: 5
Drivetrain: RWD
Doors: 2
Seats: 2
Exterior color: White
Interior color: Brown
Interior type: Leather
Country of import: Italy

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