For $60K, Would You Get A Ferrari 360 Spider Or A Lamborghini Gallardo?

Both the Ferrari and the Lambo still look the business, more than a decade after they were made.

Realistically speaking, most of us are never going to be able to afford a supercar, no matter the make and model, as even if we can fork out the small fortune required to purchase one, the expensive maintenance costs would bankrupt us very quickly.

Now that we let it all out in a single phrase, let’s go back to day-dreaming and pop the question: what would you get on a €55,000 ($61,000) budget? A Ferrari 350 Spider or a Lamborghini Gallardo? Both the 360 and the Gallardo are listed up for grabs on Mobile and seem to be in decent condition.

Find Out How Much It Costs To Maintain A Lamborghini Gallardo Here

The Raging Bull was first registered in May 2006. It has 58,000 km (36,040 miles) on the clock, which is ideal for any other vehicle bar an exotic model, and sports a yellow finish on top of the black and yellow interior adorned with bits of carbon fiber. The seats are beat up and so are different parts of the cabin, but hey, bear in mind that this is a 13-year old car.

As for the Prancing Horse, it was initially registered in June 2006 and driven for 51,000 km (31,670 miles) until this day. It has a grey paint finish on top of a black cockpit and comes with the expected wear.

Neither of them boast the highly praised manual transmission, which makes choosing a whole lot harder as both semi-autos leave a lot to be desired, So, if you had the budget, which one would you go for and why? Or perhaps you’d be interested in something else like, say, a very nice Porsche 911 or Nissan GT-R?

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