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Old 01-18-2013, 12:16 AM   #1
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An off road Lambo?!?!



everyone check out this lamb..
its way different but one thing that i did scout out is that it has jeep tj door handles on the inside.. weird right?? its a 1988..
you can see them really clearly at about 7 minuites into the video.

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Old 01-18-2013, 12:18 AM   #2
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everyone check out this lamb..
its way different but one thing that i did scout out is that it has jeep tj door handles on the inside.. weird right?? its a 1988..
you can see them really clearly at about 7 minuites into the video.
My favorite lambo.

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Old 01-18-2013, 12:22 AM   #3
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i agree. I'm not too impressed by 12cylinders but when an off road vehicle makes 455 horses, nobody can complain
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Old 01-18-2013, 12:35 AM   #4
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I agree haha. Not the prettyest thing in the world though. If they were going for a rugged look they shouldve shortened the wheelbase and maybe taken out one of the huge humps on the hood...
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Old 01-18-2013, 01:00 AM   #5
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Love the Lambo Rambo. I didn't watch the video yet but familiar with vehicle. If I remember ran an custom designed Pirelli tires.
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Love the Lambo Rambo. I didn't watch the video yet but familiar with vehicle. If I remember ran an custom designed Pirelli tires.
I think they were designed to mimic a camels foot. Its eigther the lambo rambo or an old range rover that they did that for...cant remember
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I think they were designed to mimic a camels foot. Its eigther the lambo rambo or an old range rover that they did that for...cant remember
They were popular in Middle East. Great in sand, hard to overheat. And had huge gas tank. I think somewhere in the 70s for number of gallons.
I don't think the Lambo was designed to mimic camels foot but I could be wrong. I watched a special on it several years ago so don't remember everything.
Not a fan of it in red but I'd rock a black one.
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i agree on the rediculous hood
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Old 01-19-2013, 12:16 AM   #9
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I'm sorry but it looks like a Hummer. I'm out.
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They were popular in Middle East. Great in sand, hard to overheat. And had huge gas tank. I think somewhere in the 70s for number of gallons.
I don't think the Lambo was designed to mimic camels foot but I could be wrong. I watched a special on it several years ago so don't remember everything.
Not a fan of it in red but I'd rock a black one.
No I didn't mean the acctual truck but the treads on the tires haha.

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