Liberty Walk body kits are only available through a select group of authorized dealers, which makes these cars even more exclusive.
In addition to these visual modifications, Liberty Walk also offers a number of performance upgrades for Lamborghinis, such as turbochargers, suspension kits, and exhaust systems. These upgrades can help to improve the car's power, handling, and overall performance.
Overall, Liberty Walk Lamborghinis are some of the most unique and eye-catching cars on the road. They offer a combination of aggressive styling, performance upgrades, and limited availability that makes them highly desirable to car enthusiasts.
Here are some additional details about the cost of a Liberty Walk Lamborghini:
- The price of a Liberty Walk body kit typically ranges from $94,600 to $187,000, depending on the materials used and the level of customization.
- The cost of installing a Liberty Walk body kit can vary depending on the shop that performs the work, but it typically costs between $10,000 and $20,000.
- The total cost of owning a Liberty Walk Lamborghini can be significant, but for many car enthusiasts, the unique styling and performance upgrades are well worth the price.
This high-end composite model is hand painted and polished to a beautiful finish. The undercarriage, suspension, brakes, and exhaust are nicely replicated. Opening doors, hood, trunk and amazing engine detail.
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