Discussion in 'Motors' started by Will Gill, Jun 16, 2005.
I'm sure I read somewhere they've done this on the new 911 to save costs on insurance repairs from being rear ended, I assume itits to try and stop the manifolds from cracking. With the exhaust being so short, there's not going to be much give. Although I'm sure some do it for emisions.
First Lamborghini Urus I've seen actually on the road. I did walk past it at first.
needs to clean his wheels. 100% brake dust coverage.
Couldn’t tell if it was gloss black paint (but filthy) or some sort of Matt black/grey.
Saw this parked up a few weeks outside St Pancras.
Clearly the Bat Mobile under the cover.
maybe it's painted yellow and the owner is embarrassed
its pretty much always there, i have a photo somewhere, but the covers new...
@crinkleshoes did you just drive past me on Chancery Lane?
Highly likely, on my way to Harrods.
That’s the route I took about the right time.
I live just the other side of BF bridge.
Haha, I thought so. Car sounded fantastic, I put the window down as you passed to have a listen
He ended up with it rolling back into a taxi last year, upsetting the cab driver who's cab was then trapped for a few hours unable to pick up any fares!
Both spotted today:
The SD1 was immaculate. Couldn't get a side shot though unfortunately.
Was that in Bedford?
Yep, just by Dunelm/B&M/Subway.
Proper one too, 3500 Vanden Plas.
I feel like the akimbo V8 badges aren't standard though...
V8 + V8 = W16
Bedford I guess. A nice car near there must be nicked.
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