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Discussion in 'V8 Lamborghinis' started by SVJTech, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. raymondQV

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    Nice Allan, which one is this?
     
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  3. I bought it from Kale.. Thanks ot Glen, it will be in the USA soon...
     
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  7. raymondQV

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    The Spyder was body #285, no VIN
     
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    Anybody knowing this white/red Jalpa with the Hotwheels like Rotiform rims? Located in Canada - Kelowna.
     
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    @rhyno ?
     
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  12. raymondQV

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    #960 raymondQV, May 16, 2020
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    Ryan sold his car in 2010 to Alabama, his 12194 was black inside, this one red with white Piping.
    12193 would fit but I'd like to know for sure, since also GLA12316 would fit.
    In my several thousand pictures archive I found the car in the GLA12316 folder already with these wheels, but would be nice if someone knowing them could confirm.

    Edit-could confirm with the Pictures, it's GLA12316, obvious with different Details like the keys (orange plastic), the black side piece under the front bumper, the carpets, the antenna.

    http://autostradamagazine.com/editorials/love-of-lambo
     
  13. rhyno

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    This is my Jalpa GLA12316. The car came with the Rotiform wheels and included the stock wheels. Engine has been rebuilt and it is a very strong car.
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  14. raymondQV

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    Means you couldn't live without a Jalpa ;):D
     
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  15. rhyno

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    I really like the Jalpa. It’s a fun little car, power is not great but it has the looks of a Countach and the ability to take the roof off. It’s comfortable for longer drives and has plenty of storage space. Also the sound of the V8 with aftermarket exhaust is pretty amazing!
     
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    From my experience, having owned both I can only support your Statement :)

    Your stable did improve impressivly in the last years since you sold #194
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  17. rhyno

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    Yes that’s my old Jalpa #194 that I sold. I also had a black LM002 that I sold around the same time. I missed them both so replaced them with Jalpa #316 and LM002 #30. The collection has grown over the years, in the above picture not shown is a Espada and Silhouette that I also own. I do drive them all so it’s fun to see how different they all can be!
     
  18. Antoine

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    Hello to everybody !
    I guess that, with all the Jalpa enthusiasts out there, I may be able to find an answer to a question that has been bugging me for years : apart from the two air filters, what are the differences between a Euro and a US version of the Jalpa ?
    Thank you in advance for your response.:)
     
  19. simpen

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    Does anybody know anything more about the Jalpa Restyling by Horacio Pagani? Did it ever make it out of the factory in a its modified form, and is it still around today?
     
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    It's a little more than just the air filters. The valve covers on a euro car are different for holding the carb linkage, so it's not just a swap air filter for the US air box. The front bumper is different. I don't think the euro cars had catalytic convertors.
     
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    #970 Antoine, Feb 1, 2021
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    Thank you, EarlyCat,
    Interesting. I guess the exhaust catalytic convertors can probably be replaced by the Euro ones. I heard about an additional air pump, too, which hat would have a role in reducing the emissions. It would be nice to see a picture of the two versions side to side, to see the difference between the bumpers. I'd never noticed.

    @simpen : I know about the L30 project with Pagani involvement, and of course the 25the Anniversary, but a Pagani re-styled Jalpa, I never heard of this ...?
     
  22. simpen

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    I only very recently learned about this, in the quite frankly astonishing publication of Menu Dei Motori for Lamborghini's 50th Anniversary. It features mostly photos, about all kinds of concepts and prototypes, of which there were quite a few I never heard of, or could find pictures on the internet.

    Built in 1985, it shows a white Jalpa wearing a restyling bodykit. There are more slots and it looks a bit more boxy, with covered wheels like the Evoluzione Countach. It is mentioned that is a modified example rather than a technically new one.
     

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