Similar to the Espada, the Lamborghini Jalpa is one of the least expensive ways into owning a car with a the Raging Bull on the hood. A derivation of the earlier Urraco, the Jalpa had a production run for eight years with 410 cars produced. Equipped with a 3.5 liter V8 with 255 horsepower, the Jalpa was good for a 0-60 run in about 6 seconds. Nothing spectacular by today's standards, but then, most cars couldn't match the symphony which emerges from the exhaust pipes. This Jalpa for sale in California has but 22,000 miles on the clock and is being offered due to a move on the seller's part.
1984 Lamborghini Jalpa with only 36,780 Kilometers = 22,854 miles. Complete service has been done (documents on hand) $15,000 spent. 5-speed manual transmission with Targa top, interior and exterior in great condition. AM/FM original Blaupunkt Radio. This car is extremely rare. Always garaged. Moving out of the area and need to sell. I am the second owner.
Depending on how recently the service was completed, that will of course affect value. The asking price of $48,000 is rather high, as most good examples will reach into the high $30,000 range and possibly break $40,000. This car, looking cosmetically sound with two owners and relatively low mileage would realistically be worth somewhere between $35,000 and $42,000.