My Car Quest

November 20, 2017

Death In The Wee Hours – Questions About A Lamborghini Crash

by Wallace Wyss - A few days ago, in early November, an Italian sports car crashed in San Diego on a major street running alongside the harbor. I saw the picture and couldn’t believe the Lamborghini (maybe a Aventador) burned right down to the … [Read more...]

Looking Back At The Lamborghini Espada

Yes, sports cars can have four seats… by Wallace Wyss - Sports cars present a problem. A good many are two seaters; meaning the driver and his or her one lucky passenger. But what happens if you want to take the family for a ride? Or business … [Read more...]

The Lamborghini Islero

At last a front engine 2-plus-2 Lamborghini is getting respect… by Wallace Wyss - One of the most overlooked Lamborghini V12 models is the Islero. It is a front engined car produced between 1968 and 1969 and is considered the … [Read more...]

Lamborghini Faena Coupé By Frua

by Mike - The Lamborghini Faena one-off concept by Pietro Frua was the only four-door Lamborghini in 1978. It looks a little like an Espada because it is based on a series 2 Espada which Frua stretched 7 inches to a total length of 18 … [Read more...]

The Elegant And Understated Lamborghini Islero

by Mike - Since when does "elegant and understated" belong in the same sentence with Lamborghini? It does if you are talking about the Islero. Lamborghini Islero The Lamborghini Islero was the replacement for the 400GT and was manufactured … [Read more...]

Paolo Stanzani A Pioneer At Lamborghini Has Died At Age 81

by Mike - Below is a history of Paolo Stanzani from the Lamborghini web site. Paolo Stanzani was born in Bologna on July 20, 1936. After completing his degree in Mechanical Engineering at Bologna University in 1961, he joined Automobili … [Read more...]

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