Esotico Italiano – Classic Lamborghinis

Yes, I’m still talking about the Esotico Italiano (if this is your first time hearing about it, read this and this). But I really thought the classic Lambos deserved their very own post. And so, without further ado…automotive insanity!!

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2001 Diablo:

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1991 Diablo:

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1996 Diablo SV:

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1989 COUNTACH, y’all:

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A family of raccoons could live in that side scoop.

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A real treasure – 1968 Miura:

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Fancy a peek at the engine?

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Here ya go:

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Signed by Valentino Balboni, the legendary Lamborghini test driver, WHO WAS THERE. And somehow I missed that. [Shakes head.]

And let’s give an honorable mention to the DeTomaso Pantera that also attended. Not a Lamborghini, but a fabulous Italian nonetheless.

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And, lastly, an iconic French car designed by an Italian (Bertoni)…the Citroen DS!

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In addition to its styling, the DS was famous for its hydropneumatic self-levelling suspension, which the owner of this car demonstrated for the crowd. Wish I had a video!

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Happy weekend, race fans. Cars and Coffee in a week!

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