1985 black lusso
A very special offering by Roadster Salon. This unique car is actually Spider Lusso serial number 01/50. Yes, our very first Lusso. Delivered in May 2011 with 48K original miles, we jumped at the opportunity to re-purchase the car several months ago.
Since leaving the shop, it spent it's life taking leisurely seasonal drives in Connecticut, and touring in Arizona. Driven only a careful 13K miles, the car's mechanical condition was impeccable. Upon arrival, we noticed that the Arizona sun took its toll on the interior. Sun damage to the leather inspired us to install a brand new Lusso S2 black leather interior and refurbished cloth convertible top. The car also went through our arduous re-certification process, with over 130 man hours of close inspection, updates and repairs. Please call to discuss what this process entailed. We can now offer this Lusso with our exclusive 1-year warranty.
While lacking all the contemporary upgrades of our S2 version, this Lusso was built on a rare 1985 Pininfarina chassis---which further enhances its value. As serial number 01/50, it also has even more cachet. With only 61k on the odometer, clean bill of health and warranty, this Lusso S1 is a tremendous value. Offered at $42,995, roughly $30,000 less than a comparable Lusso S2. Even more important, this Lusso is available for near immediate delivery without the current 18-24 month lead time for most of our models.
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