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Lamborghini Countach - 1973-1990Details click here
If a car originally called project 112 makes you think of high-speed chases, youre on the right track. This 1971 experimental lamborghini was sleek, aggressive and futuristic, with a wedge-shaped design and a sharp-edged silhouette. Hinged gullwing doors swept up gracefully from the body, and the nose plunged sharply downward. Marcello gandinis design was an aerodynamic and aesthetic triumph.
Lamborghini Countach Lp 500 - 1982-1985Details click here
The countach was the model that truly put lamborghini on the automaking map. This two-seat fastback coupe lived up to its name, which could be roughly translated as out of sight. a breathtakingly fast macho machine with heavy steering, shifting and clutch, it also looked the part all sharp angles, with wedge nose, steeply raked windshield and sculptured tail.
Lamborghini Flying Star Ii - 1966Details click here
In 1931. The milanese carrozzeria touring launched a series of custom-built coaches called flying star, distinguished by their sleek bodies of chromed metal. After world war ii. Touring created more masterpieces on ferrari, alfa romeo and pegaso chassis. But by the end of the fifties, its inspiration was beginning to falter
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Lanchester 38hp - 1911-1917Details click here
Frederick lanchester was a brilliant engineer but he was reluctant to adapt his ideas to marketing realities. It was his brother george who oversaw the production of the 38hp, which was less unconventional than previous lanchesters.
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