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Countach 4door estate.

Discussion in 'Lamborghini Discussion (not model specific)' started by Fan512bbi, Nov 17, 2004.

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  2. lol, Someone posted a bunch of photoshop pics like that on another list I'm on about a year ago - neat idea but no place to put the engine... same group of pics included a Diablo pickup truck :)
  3. Steve Boxer Bloke

    Please kindly do not insult the members of L.C. with that garbage.

    Ferrari kit pics, will be most appreciated. LOL
  4. #4 Chiaro_Slag, Nov 17, 2004
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    Just for you Ralph. :)
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  5. Thanks Jerry

    You have a beautiful car !!!
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  7. LOL.

    I guess that would be a Counspada :D
  8. :D:D:D:D:D;)
  9. Chelle you wouldnt happen to know where i could find those photos would you?
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  11. Is that good or bad ;)
  12. I've got a few of the pics here at work - the rest are on one of my home computers. :) I will have to send direct in e-mail as I am out of space here till I get my lazy self in gear and mail Rob a check.... Also found a pic of a LM002 that's like a suburban ... I think it was made for the Sultan
    What e-mail to send to?
  13. Appreciate it Chelle thanks.
  14. It's sent :) feel free to post it here - I would have but can't till I send some $ to Rob.
  15. Photoshop or not....I like the clean and very nice design of this.....whatever it is !!! (Possitive :))

    Best regards

  16. #15 nsxnick, Nov 18, 2004
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  17. Something must be wrong with me. I think that is really great.
    Any more photos?
    Many thanks
  18. The countach Estate reminds me off the Diablo limo from Team America

    **** YEAH!!!
  19. Thanks Chelle i recieved your email with the pics, that Diablo looks brilliant the pic is to big to post here so i will make a link later thanks again.


  20. No pics, but Google Lamborghini Portofino...the name of the prototype.

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