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Discussion in 'Lamborghini Supercars' started by miurasv, Sep 8, 2019.
I should have kept mine, such analoge car,big,brutal.awesome.
100% captures the true essence of the 2wd Diablo. Very well done
i dont mean this in an antagonist way but why not go SV for 2wd?
I love the SV Diablo too but there is something purer about the design and drive sensation of the original 2WD Diablo, which would make me go for that version over the SV. But it's a very close call..
i remember the first time, in 1991, i saw a 91 diablo in real life - i didnt think anything cld ever come over me like that - and then the guy fired it up - OMG. religious experience and day i will never forget. i was 15.
I want one!
I bought a 91 Diablo ,unseen,Drove to Ft Lauderdale to pick it up, back in 01-02. Drove it home across the state,and will admitt,my thoughts was,this thing needs a ton of work,if it is staying in my house hold. Short story long, once ign,dist seal, water leak issues,exhaust/cats/90 lbs muffler box ,cam chain tensioners, guey dash panels,wich i repainted.and the list goes on. It finally became a very cool car, reliable and brute ,fast, bad ass. Kept it for some time,then traded for a 6,0 2001,wich honestly was a Much better and faster car,but i will say this,the 91 was raw and totally basic,and i do miss it, although, no reason to hype it up to what it was not, my Countach is imho a much better ambassadore for the old basic supercar.
Just saw the harry's garage video.
Checked on early 2WD model pricing...
Not bad compared to the rest of the Diablos. Only a few VTs cheaper.
the point to me is....non sense in payng double the price of a nice 91 for a nice 6.0!
they both have pros and cons but i do think they should be much much closer in value