Here are some things I saw driving around Seattle in the last week or two.
Located next to the good ol’ Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, WA resides the hood scoop esque building sitting at 4 (or 5) stories full of nothing but amazing wheeled machines. With 10 acres of land donated by the city, Harold LeMay owned the world’s largest private car collection. No seriously, over 2000 vehicles and…
Fixed headlight units on a Lamborghini Countach 5000 Quattrovalvole. There’s a good reason for the questionable modification.
It was designed by a German who “deeply studied in Lamborghini’s early history and Italian design of the 1960s and 1970s.”
I need dis. If loving this SUV is wrong, then I don’t wanna be right...
Thanks to the post I made on the Oppo FB page about how this (see video) makes me want to puke and I would rather have a Urraco, I am now making a post on the Urraco.
You can fit a World Cup qualification in the Volvo, but not the Lamborghini.
Buy a Lamborghini and start saving money now!
Lamborghini Miura. Launched to an impressed world 51 years ago (and as a rolling chassis the year before).
Diablo VT Roadster at Cheveron
Im going to direct you to the Evo post on this Lamborghini Silhouette. I personally find this incredibly low volume 70s “American” Lamborghini to be extremely intriguing. Yeah yeah yeah, Jalpa...but I would rather Silhouette.
It’s a lot funnier now to see the 2012 listing AFTER you hear the story. Enjoy!
Three years ago, a similar list of this nature was made on Oppo, let’s see how far we’ve gone since then…
The stars have aligned, prayers have been answered, and I can move from the world of really cool fast great handling sports cars (i.e. Audi S5, ZHP 330 CI M sport, Porsche Boxster, Jag S Type R, 135) into a super car.
The horizontally-split rear window is a design trope that, in 2017, is associated with hybrids - the Prius (except Gen 1), Insight, Gen 1 Volt, and Ioniq all have it, and the Gen 2 Volt evokes it. However, it’s certainly not exclusive to hybrids, and I felt like writing something about the non-hybrid applications.
Check it out!!!
Como Park, South Yarra organised by the Fiat Car Club of Victoria.