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Canadian electronic dance music artist Deadmau5 has his infamous Lamborghini Huracan up for sale. Why infamous? Deadmau5, whose real name is Joel Zimmerman, was issued a cease-and-desist letter by Ferrari after vinyl-wrapping his Ferrari 458 Italia with an image of the popular meme Nyan Cat. This “Nyanborghini Purracan” sports a similar wrap with appropriately altered badges and paint accents to match the meme. The folks actually selling Zimmerman’s Lambo, Motion Endeavours, note that the wrap can be removed and the calipers repainted to stock, but what fun would that be?

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It also might not be the best move if you’re trying to preserve the Lambo as a piece of cultural history; then again, you might just be looking to own a low-mileage Lambo — with fewer than 2,000 miles, this Lambo is priced reasonably at $235K, despite its celebrity association.

With the Lambo on its way out, we wonder what Zimmerman slid into its spot in the garage. The music producer’s tastes might seem crass when it comes to wraps, but his supercar taste is top-notch. To name a few of the cars that Zimmerman has, or currently still, owns: Ferrari 458 Italia, a McLaren P1 and a BAC Mono.

H/t Jalopnik