Lamborghini Aventador goes up for sale via makeshift paper sign

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Lamborghini Aventador goes up for sale via makeshift paper sign

It is not often you see a Lamborghini Aventador come up for sale. They are the sort of rarity that should you want one, expect to endure a waiting list, very smart Central London car dealerships and parting with lots of money.

But this particular Lambo was spotted parked in the affluent Sloane Street, West London, sporting the sort of 'for sale' sign you'd expect to see in the window of a clapped-out old Fiesta that has been dumped in the middle of a roundabout.
> Hand-written in Arabic, the sign states that the vehicle has only covered 1400km (around 870 miles) and that serious bidders should call the mobile phone number.

There is no price listed but considering this car costs around £250,000 to buy new and seeing as it only has a 'barely run-in' amount of miles on the clock, you can expect to part with a pretty penny.

West London is renowned for a summer influx of young, affluent petrolheads, when residents from the Gulf flock to the area for its comparatively cool climate and array of nightlife.

Lamborghini Aventador goes up for sale via makeshift paper sign

Potential Aventador LP700-4 customers (who can presumably speak Arabic) can look forward to an almost comical 690bhp from the mighty V12 that's nestled inside a lightweight, carbon fibre shell.

The 0-62mph sprint can be achieved in less than three seconds and the car can go on to a top speed of 217mph.

It's not exactly the perfect machine for congested London driving – perhaps the owner would consider a part exchange with a Prius.