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Discussion in 'Lamborghini Supercars' started by 2aftercannonball, Mar 8, 2019.

  1. Wolf red CT before the official factory S in 78 had 15’s bravo’s campy’s decals applied by the manufacturer presumably on the dish portion as you can see here in this period photo

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  3. I've seen this before but generally production LP400S had the placement of the Campagnolo decal by the wheel manufacturer was on the outer lip, not on the concave surface of the wheel, same for the later Ozzeta wheels.

    Speaking of Wolf cars, here's 1002 at Villa D'Este today.

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  4. Dear Gentlemen,

    i don't know if you have already noticed it also but I personally have been missing Victor's (Lambocars666) contributions for about a year.
    I have always appreciated his posts and pictures very much.
    Does anyone know him personally from this Forum ?
    I hope everything is okay and he is fine.

    Kind regards

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  7. Victor is alive and well :)
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  8. in my opinion this is the ULTIMATE countach and at the same time the ultimate lamborghini:

    -bigger and powerfull sidedraft engine
    -built for Walter Wolf
    -first S
    -low body and gold bravos
    -Dallara wing
    -amazing color combination

    this car has everything
    i even like the postmodern bb dash that was installed on it during its early life

    to me this car is the simbol of lamborghini...nothing comes close: from SVJ miuras to 350GT, from diablo Jota to Monza

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  9. I can’t argue any of those points Emilio.. I wish you owned her.
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  10. 1002 had competition brakes & clutch as well, not to mention adjustable suspension.
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  12. A colleague's images show that 1002 unfortunately has the post-production spacers in the front wheel track from its Germany days, compare with the factory image above.

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  13. He also noticed a large paint blister on the front PS wheel, this happens because the original magnesium Bravos are truly porous and need to be prepared correctly before painting.

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  14. This is 1121102 an LP400S Series 2.
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