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Guy builds his own McLaren-F1 by Silentassassin185
Started on: 12-18-2013 02:22 PM
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/...mborghini-scrap.html
He also used a Fiero to build a Countach replica


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cool, but would be concerned with the metal structure on that lambo replica. Not much there for rollover protection.
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LOL. They called all the Lambo replicas as Lambo replicas, but the 355 Kit was just a "Pontiac Fiero" in the list.
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Lamborghini kits AND originals are ugly anyways. I'll take the F1 any day.
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Originally posted by dobey:
LOL. They called all the Lambo replicas as Lambo replicas, but the 355 Kit was just a "Pontiac Fiero" in the list.


Yeah... but in all fairness it looked to me like it was just an F355 nose on an otherwise stock Fiero.
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I don't know what it is exactly... ... but I really, REALLY like that black Countach kit car. It's in no way near close to the real thing, but for some reason that kit body just has a real quirky unique-ness to it. Although it's likely that way due to all the frame cutting he did to the donor car which allowed that body to be installed.
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Yeah... but in all fairness it looked to me like it was just an F355 nose on an otherwise stock Fiero.


Not sure about that. It's not a high-res picture, but the hood and sail panel areas look different to me. Certainly doesn't look like a finished kit by any means. But the subtext for the picture reads like it is a replica of a Pontiac Fiero (versus a replica of a 355, even if it's a stubby kit or work in progress).
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Hands down, the strangest looking Countach yet, the scary part is that somewhere in the world, there is a mold to make more!!!

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Originally posted by jaskispyder:

cool, but would be concerned with the metal structure on that lambo replica. Not much there for rollover protection.


My thought exactly.

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