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Old 08-04-2008, 02:38 PM
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Old 08-04-2008, 02:46 PM
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Old 08-04-2008, 02:50 PM
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Old 08-04-2008, 03:00 PM
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Old 08-04-2008, 03:09 PM
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Old 08-05-2008, 04:53 AM
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ok, Pieter, don't hate me but...no Marzal...no 350 GTV...
were they temporarily absent?
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Old 08-05-2008, 05:18 AM
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It will be at Concorso Italiano, so you'll be able to see it for yourself.
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Old 08-05-2008, 05:56 AM
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It will be at Concorso Italiano, so you'll be able to see it for yourself.
both cars?
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Old 08-05-2008, 06:23 AM
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And a funny thing about the leather they use is that they use it also to protect the mate colors (white, pearl, grey and black for what I saw) in the assembly line. It came out during the first assemblies that this kind of paint job was too much delicate for the plastic protection they used, and at the and of the assembly the car was full of little scratches. so now they use the same leather of the interior...kinda expensive I suppose, and scarring to drive every day.
One of the best thing is the parking lot behind the factory. It is the first thing you see while entering for the factory tour. There were about 300 Lamborghini, and I saw an Audi A5 among them. Usually, it's the contrary.
I managed to see the 17th ReventÚn in the final stages of its creation in the Murcielago's line, but unfortunately, and obviously, it wasn't allowed to take pictures inside the factory. btw, it's strictly related to the Murcielago, under the skin the two cars are identical, and this prevents me from accepting its price, but I have to admit it's better looking, or at least, it captures your eyes more than what a Murcielago could ever do.
That's very cool.

The Lamborghini with the pink interior must be really ugly indeed. If you wave cash, they'll build it!

I don't understand what you said about the leather. Could you explain that again?

Well, Audi is related to Lamborghini now, so seeing an A5 in their parking lot isn't that surprising.
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Old 08-05-2008, 02:35 PM
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That's very cool.

The Lamborghini with the pink interior must be really ugly indeed. If you wave cash, they'll build it!

I don't understand what you said about the leather. Could you explain that again?

Well, Audi is related to Lamborghini now, so seeing an A5 in their parking lot isn't that surprising.
the funny thing is one A5 and 300 Lamborghini

sorry for my english abilities...I try to explain myself properly: they use plastic protections to protect the bodywork during the assembly.
When they introduced the mate colors, it came out that the protections ruined that kind of color, since it was too much delicate, so now they cover almost the whole car with sheets of leather to protect it.
they tried other solutions, but without results. better?
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the funny thing is one A5 and 300 Lamborghini

sorry for my english abilities...I try to explain myself properly: they use plastic protections to protect the bodywork during the assembly.
When they introduced the mate colors, it came out that the protections ruined that kind of color, since it was too much delicate, so now they cover almost the whole car with sheets of leather to protect it.
they tried other solutions, but without results. better?
Gotcha! So it's kinda oxymoronic that the paint protector ruined the very thing it was supposed to protect.
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Old 08-05-2008, 02:48 PM
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Gotcha! So it's kinda oxymoronic that the paint protector ruined the very thing it was supposed to protect.
the guide told me it's a very very delicate paint, and she raised herself some doubts about the every day use of the car.

Oh, btw, the Gallardo had a pink paint and maroon interior and soft top
there was eve a maroon Murcielago with orange interior, but it was better looking then what you would think
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I understand. No idea why, but somehow Ferraris aren't as good look as they used to, but Lamborghini seems to get it spot on. A 599 GTB would turn my head, but not as much as a Lamborghini Murcielago if they were together. It looks awkward, even, next to the Lambo.

How do you like the Nikon D40? What lens does it have on it? I own one as well. Haven't been shooting cars lately though.
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Old 08-05-2008, 03:07 PM
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I understand. No idea why, but somehow Ferraris aren't as good look as they used to, but Lamborghini seems to get it spot on. A 599 GTB would turn my head, but not as much as a Lamborghini Murcielago if they were together. It looks awkward, even, next to the Lambo.

How do you like the Nikon D40? What lens does it have on it? I own one as well. Haven't been shooting cars lately though.
the lens is the standard one, we are considering something more, but the we still have to understand what could fit our exigences. we need to understand our exigenses before I suppose
I'm happy with it, it's user friendly enough for me, and offers a good range of personalization for a couple of photo newbies like us. I am still not used to the manual programs, they are good but I often forget to adjust the exposition time while light conditions are changing, and then I discovered I took a lot of dark or too clear images, and need to edit them. I'll see what I mean in some of the pics from the Pagani's factory...
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were they temporarily absent?
the only car the was absent was the Miura SV of which was present only the plate with some dates. the guide couldn't say where it was at that moment.

I'm sorry but I'm figuring out that some pics are a little too clear. As I said, I'm still learning...

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