Not bad for 27 years old, either. One guy asked, "So they still build those, huh?" I told him, "nah, it's a 1986 model". He just stared at me in disbelief. I've already applied for `86-style antique plates.
Edited by Magick Man - 2/26/13 at 8:15pm
After all these years, I still can't help but stare....such a captivating design!
IMO, if you go for a lambo, it should be lime green. I saw one one drive through our sleepy Cotswold village once, and it looked so.... right. But I'll accept a yellow one as last resort (having a pretty girl alongside helps too):
The lime green one was one of the big uns. I'm not sure of the model, but rather Countach like. All I remember was that it made an awful lot of noise for something that was doing about 10mph. I think the driver was dying to give it full throttle, but you just can't go much faster without running over the Japanese tourists, who somehow feel it's OK to stroll in the middle of the road. Presumably they think the village is a theme park.
Talking about big lambos, when I was a quite little, I always dream of seeing a big Lambo (Countach, Diablo, Murcielago, Aventador) in real life. They seem always hidden in Europe and never taken out. Now that I've been living in Jakarta for a while, I have seen a red Countach, an orange Murcielago SV, god knows how many Gallardos , and 2 Aventadors in the same place! Like this:
Note the plate
Note quite what I expected.
That's a stunner!
OMG you are not kidding. That is beautiful on a whole other level of beautiful!
That's because you haven't seen the graph for the DB4 Zagato Evocation.