Joe, Always nice to learn something new. As I have not seen any notes in the building sheets in Lamborghini PoloStoricos archive about the glossy paint, how do we know which cars that shall be painted glossy around the head lamps? Are there any P400 and S painted glossy around the headlamps? On those cars that are painted glossy around the head lamps are also the other parts, grilles, louvres, bumpers etc. painted glossy or are these parts matt black? I thought that one reason for painting the b-post air intake black (matt or glossy, who knows) was the problem with getting a good looking surface on the backside of the outer sheetmetal. The P400, or at least most of them were not painted black, but were there S with body colored intakes or just SV:s? About the mounting of the Ansa Bob exhaust tips, do the judges at a concour say anything about them being riveted from the outside? May we use alu-rivets instead of copper? Or maybe the judges don't care or know? Another quiz! How many Vitalonis can you find on this pic? Image Unavailable, Please Login Joe, I'm not here to find faults on others cars. I'm just interested in that the Lamborghini's and in this case the Miura's history will be as correct as possible. We who saw the cars when they were new are getting older and in the future (hopefully long away) we will not be there. So to honour the people who once designed and constructed the exotics we have to be as honest as possible.