Down the road at Chrysler, Lamborghini may be back on the block. At the recent Paris auto show, Chairman Lee Iacocca said three buyers have expressed interest in the unit--two from Italy and one in the U.S., says Ward's Automotive Reports.

But with sales of exotic cars, such as the $200,000 Lamborghini Diablo, on the skids, it's unclear who would cough up Lamborghini's $40 million estimated value. Chrysler, which paid $25 million for the sports-car maker in 1987, says it ended its search for a buyer a year ago because of the slump.

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