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Old 5th March 2008, 05:31   #16
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lambo is my dream car the day my piggy bank is nurtured well with vitamin M i am getting one of the lambos, the one above looks like a diamond to my eyes, i am drooling all over the place aahhh... need to control myself, bad boy rider stop that boy, aaaahhhh....

hmm, by the way makes me wonder how much more time is it going to take the Lamborghini to setup a shop in India? the Ferrari have already done that right?
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hey guys,
according to some newspaper lp550 weighs on 20kgs. lol
and also its written as lp560 and not lp550 :-)
god !!!
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hey guys,
according to some newspaper lp550 weighs on 20kgs. lol
and also its written as lp560 and not lp550 :-)
god !!!
Buddy, when you have newspapers saying that Mr.Anil Ambani has purchased a Murcielago when he had actually purchased a Gallardo and when Mr.Bhushan Kumar's Ferrari F430 is called Ferrari Ford 30 or something by a journo, I feel the 5 being replaced by 6 is tolerable. lol
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what about the 20kgs part of it?? tolerable? lol :-)
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I feel black color would have been more sexy than the white shown in pic...
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what about the 20kgs part of it?? tolerable? lol :-)
Oops...I did not notice that. Probably the journo was trying to tell us the weight of the engine! lol.

P.S.: The car lacks the signature aggressive look of a lambo. The front looks very sophisticated and makes it look tame. ;p
They wanted to improve the back, but they have ended up ruining it. About the rims I have already spoken up!

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I dont know what ppl are talking about the car is LP560-4 or LP560/4 and not LP550
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The car is known as the Gallardo LP560 and not the LP550
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@1day & Fireblader85: Buddies, the founder of this thread has named the car that way in the topic & hence we ppl thought so. Sorry for the ignorance.
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i didnt like the car. prefer the gallardo superleggra.
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