I am no Lambo guy, and can not tell one from another, if I am being honest.
However, looking at the side windows, as well as the windshield, I would tend to say it was real.
I remember some wise words my father said when I was young. There are different stores, restaurants and hotels ect. for different people, depending on that persons income. However, no matter how rich or poor you are, No matter what you drive, you still need gas
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You should never miss the chance to ask the owner of a Lambo or Ferrari - "Is that a Fiero"? I'ts just so special to watch their face! That's of course is if they don't kill you first
That made me smile this morning! Then you could start talking about the Fiero you used to have back in the day and how you used to eat these real lambos for lunch because you had the V8 model but you lost it becasue it caught fire...
I was going to add this to the original post: I figured it was real because he was maybe a little older than me (51) and she was a little younger than me and she was smokin' hot. I figure she wouldn't ride in a fiermbo.
Excuse me but who are you to say what the Lizardo should have been? The Lizardo is not a replica of a Lambo. It is it's own car. It has similar design features but it is not even close to being a replica.
If your so smart and so talented, invest thousands of your own dollars and man hours to design, build and produce what "You" think is right.
To make your day happier I guess I could have said --- Could you imagine if someone built a kit that looks kind of like this this, that vaguely resembles a Lambo and fit's on a modified or stock FIERO frame that we could put a variety of power plants into. I think the Lizardo is a beautiful kit (or it's own car) as is the Vendetta and I would be happy to be the owner or either one. They both have LAMBO type lines that many including yours truly find attractive. I apologize to you for comparing the Lizardo's "design features" to a half million dollars + super car. Sorry to have tinkled in your breakfast cereal of choice on such a beautiful morning. Please enjoy the rest of the day.