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Discussion in 'Lamborghini Front-Engined' started by Marcello, Feb 15, 2007.

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  2. #1529 bb4635, Nov 2, 2020
    Last edited: Nov 2, 2020
    Hi all,
    Can anyone provide documented info about a particular Islero (chassis #6009 - the Islero Le Mans - Rilly car) ?
    I had a particular interest in this car - historically speaking. But with nothing new progressing new infos coming out, I was wondering in case there is a specifical problem on this car ?
    From what I've understood, this car has been discovered, after many years of deep
    research by O.N., in 2009, then almost immediately entered in a restoration process - We are now in 2020 and I've just had the opportunity to recently see this Islero in a workshop here in France.
    Status of the car which is surprisingly today still in a "body-in white" (not finished) partially restored condition. Still not yet completed.
    Is there any reason explaing why this interesting car is still in such an uncompleted bare-chassis-restored status only ? after so much +10 years now restoration work ? Just curious what is the issue with it ?
    I personally like this car, and I'm impatient to see and hear again its exhaust/engine noise, physically, during a vintage race track event soon...
     


  3. Bruno,

    You could have asked me directly....

    What is of your interest in fact ?

    I owned it since I found that "real barn find" , not a claimed barn find like Miura #5102" as discussed in another thread, after chasing it for 20 years untill 2008.

    9 years of ownership while I was also owning 5x Lambo at the same time, there was no hurry for that one, but its restoration has started directly in 2009 that I financed step by step.

    Back in 2017, I sold it to a good friend of mine who is continuing to restore it at the rythm he has decided... with other priorities... and I continue to give him the coaching he asked me to provide him.

    BTW, how long did it take you to restore your Miura ?

    The car is not "body in white", it is clearly body ready, already resprayed in the "rosso" that it weared at Le Mans 1975... looking at the picture, I still do not understand how you can declare another statut.

    They are many different reasons - not of your concern - for which that car is not a priority among a collection of close to 15 cars, as well as, the Covid situation struggles many people.

    One day for sure, you may hear it screaming at the Hunaudières, one day... I hope this clarification satisfies your curiosity !

    In case you still need details or info, feel free to PM me.




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  5. Thank-You Olivier for your update.
     
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  6. is this color Verde Pallido?

    thanks,
    Alex
     

  7. Yes Verde Pallido
     
  8. Olivier,
    Perhaps you can help me out? The color in your photo (your car, I presume) is the very light metallic green. Other "Verde Pallido" cars such as the one from the Petrolicious (#6492) article, show a much less subtle, brighter green, but are also supposedly Verde Pallido? Is this the light? Are there two "Verde Pallido" colors? Is the Metallizzato a darker color? I would appreciate any insight.
    Thanks,
    Alex
     
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  10. Alex,

    It is not my car, but a car actually restored for a client of mine.

    There is only one shade of Verde Pallido.

    The light of picture may change the shade on the pic.

    Here is the period pPg code : 2.443.543
     
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