Everyone knows the Lamborghini Countach, as well as the current Aventador, both V12 monsters. But don’t let the bridges between them be forgotten. The Murcielago preceded the Aventador, but it was the Diablo that had to follow in the bigger shoes from the legendary Countach. This particular version is none other than the Diablo VT Millennium Roadster, a very limited production edition of which only 30 were made and only 10 Titanium Metallic versions came to America. And this beast is the best kind of old school with its mid-mounted V12 with 529 horsepower and a rope-your-own 6-speed manual transmission that routes to a Viscous Traction (VT) all-wheel drive system. The two-tone interior is in excellent condition, and the carbon fiber rear wing gives it both attitude and downforce. A mere 8,500 miles are on the odometer, and iconic Italian supercar has its #7/10 plaque between the seats for all jealous passengers to ogle.