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It is not often you see a Lamborghini Aventador come up for sale. And when they do it's never on a London street.
But one owner bucked the trend by choosing to shift the £320,000 supercar next to a kerb in Knightsbridge, west London with a makeshift for sale paper sign.
Handwritten in Arabic, the note on the windscreen of the supercar stated that the vehicle had only covered 1400km (around 870 miles) and that serious bidders should call a mobile phone number.
The two-door, two-seater Dubai-registered car has been spotted parked in the exclusive area of London for hours even though it is illegal to sell vehicles on roads in Knightsbridge.
Although there was no price listed, potential buyers can expect to part with a tidy sum for the car which boasts German engineering and Italian flair.
For their money they will get a car that can go from a 0-62mph in less than three seconds with a top speed of 217mph.