Lamborghini has always been known for its hand-built supercars, but in the '70s, they tried their hand at something new — offroad military vehicles. The Cheetah and the LM001 were rear-engined and powered by American V8s, but the design was deemed too unstable for heavy offroad use. Lamborghini moved the engine to the front, installed the V12 from the Countach, loaded up the interior in leather and luxury, and unveiled the LM002 in 1986. Over the next seven years, Lamborghini made 328 LM002s, making it one of the rarest Raging Bulls you can buy. Which means when one comes up for auction, it's sure to create some excitement. The LM002 pictured here is immaculate inside and out, with black paint and saddle tan interior. Well-maintained, documented, and ready to drive, this is a luxury SUV like no other.