When Lamborghini retired the Countach in 1990 and introduced its new supercar, the company did something only the likes of Ferrari and Porsche seemed capable of — catching lightning twice in a row. The Diablo picked up right where the Countach left off, with a beautifully aggressive shape and performance to match. The car would be continually refined over the next 11 years, including an all-wheel-drive VT model like the one shown here. More than just the usual VT, however, this Diablo is a Millenium Edition Roadster, the seventh of 10 made for the US market. The Millenium Edition came in titanium metallic or yellow, and all US models came in the metallic paint scheme. The package included a carbon fiber spoiler, bespoke leather seats, and a short rear differential from the Diablo SV. The Diablo here is fully documented and has racked up just over 8,000 miles since delivery, and the current bid — $225,000 — reflects the car's condition and desirability.