That Didn’t Take Long: First Lexus LFA for Sale on eBay

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Making its first appearance on eBay, this Lexus LFA can be yours for $386,400. Try to bargain.

Although only 500 have been made, the Lexus LFA is in high demand among those who can afford one. But apparently, there was one owner who didn't like theirs. As we were scrolling around on eBay, we just happened to find this 2012 Lexus LFA Sport for sale. With only 385 miles on the odometer, the dealer is asking $386,400. Original base price: $375,000. It's for sale at a Lexus dealership in Massapequa, New York, so for anyone interested it's good to know that it's offered through a certified retailer.

Powered by a 4.8-liter V10 with 552hp, this LFA has a silver exterior and black leather interior. Interested? Well, you may already be too late as before we even had a chance to post this, we checked again on eBay and saw that the ad has been taken down, presumably because the car has been sold.

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