1986 Lamborghini LM-002 Cabriolet

One of the most exciting off-road vehicles ever conceived, the Lamborghini LM-002 resulted from the marriage of the Countach QV’s 5.2-liter V12 to a functionally styled-some would say brutally styled-4 x 4. The union resulted in scintillating performance and a top speed in excess of 124 mph. The distinctive four-door body was handmade and the LM-002 came equipped in a manner one would expect of the world’s foremost supercar manufacturers.

Not surprisingly, Lamborghini’s ultimate 4 x 4 found many customers in the Middle East, the example pictured here being delivered to the United Arab Emirates. One of just 241 produced, it is the only one built with a cabriolet top and has covered just 18,500 kilometers (11,470 miles). Described as “fully original and perfectly preserved,” the car has beige Connolly leather interior, power windows, air conditioning, black mohair top and tonneau and an electric winch. Currently configured for two-wheel drive by Lamborghini Belgium in the interests of performance and fuel economy, the car comes with all necessary components for four-wheel drive.