Generatewhatsnext wrote:As I walked around it and talked with the owner I was utterly shocked at the lack of refinement, lack of fit and finish, lack of sophistication, terrible wire-paths in the engine bay,
You'll like this:
http://www.petrolicious.com/articles/wh ... s-possible
Thanks for that sanjyoog. Ironically, as much as I was sure I'd never want to own one of those after talking with that owner - I was just as giddy and excited yesterday when a black one with chromed wheels passed by me in the opposite direction on Rt 136 in Abingdon, MD - I pointed it out for my son, but I don't think he was anywhere near as excited as was I - not sure but it looked like a Quattrovalvole 5000 so it would be a late 80's. I've never seen it around here but I hope I get to see it again!
Does anybody remember the 60minutes interview with Lamborghini folks at the Sant'Agata factory? I videotaped it and watched that segment over and over and over as a teenager! Their Marketing Director had his audience well defined: "You cannot take a da baggages...you must have another car like a rolls royce with a chauffeur to arrive a day later, you cannot have a da kids, only a...beautiful woman." Here's a link - I'm glad CBS has it archived ; http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7357739n
I'll stop the Countach posts now.