That's certainly his name on the badging and the Florida insurance card. Regardless, it's a V-12-powered Italian stunner with just 15,277 miles on the odometer, and it's up for sale on eBay Motors. The Blue Le Mans -coloured machine is an all-wheel-drive VT model with a 5-speed manual gearbox and 492 available horses.
The seller has started the bidding off with a price of $460,000. That's about double the price of the current market value of a late '90s Diablo VT Roadster.
Still, this seems to be a Trump-owned car and there could be a number of folks out there who'd love to support the Donald and own a piece of his own personal history. It could be a bargain if he ends up being the next President.
1997 Lamborghini Diablo owned by Donald Trump
The VHR also lists an accident with the car in 2006, but there are no salvage reports, liens, or anything else listed against it. Still, that is a curious item to pop up in the report. Even with that though, the car looks quite clean.
It may be expensive but the high-dollar car market is currently insane.
Car did not meet its reserve with only receiving one bid received.
The Grill Master George Foreman's Lamborghini
When selling a car at auction, a little star power never hurts.
This 1997 Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster is already pretty striking on its own, but it also has a notable former owner. When he wasn't selling grills, George Foreman was driving this Lambo from new.
Foreman apparently took pretty good care of this Diablo. The car has just 1,907 miles on it, and it recently had extensive work done. An engine-out service included replacement of the clutch and a leak-down test. This was performed in November 2014, and Mecum claims the Diablo has accumulated less than 300 miles since then. The car also has new tires, but the originals are included as part of the sale. Accumulated less than 300 miles since then.
Also included are a framed picture and ticket stub from the Rumble in the Jungle, an autographed George Foreman grill, and a pair of boxing gloves. Copies of the original title and registration, along with all service records, are included as well.
It was all to no avail, however, as the car failed to reach its reserve of just under US$300,000 at Mecum Auctions in Monterey, California in the US on August 29 2016.