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  1. Are you talking about the Scandal roadster thread? So, editing threads can be complicated so only Moderators and Admins can do that. That being said, if you are looking to add photos, create a new post in the thread as a new response and that should be fine as it is the easiest way. Any other questions or comments, here or in PM is perfectly fine. Hope that helps clear it up.
  2. My one neighbor has a Murcie roadster and a standard Huracan, another has an LP640 roadster, some lady has a Gallardo spyder. I've seen the Huracan next to the Roadster and in hind site was surprised at the size difference. But show a Murcielago next to a pick up truck or even a Malibu, it looks crazy small, in my opinion.
  3. The approach kind of put a bug in my head about how some people approach certain cars. At some point, with so many being wrecked will people that really LOVE the brand and cars, take a salvage title vehicle to rebuild back to spec or better in order to save it from the crusher? Regardless of cost or resale value? I've considered something similar. Some cars are too important to let die because of a salvage title. I'd be curious to see if anyone else shares a similar opinion.
  4. I enjoy watching these when I have the time. He makes some points that are interesting to non-owners and enthusiasts. That being said, his thoughts on the quirks (which there are plenty and with definite criticism ) it seems that he is comparing it without the proper context. Things for the brand and technology were far different in 2006 (and prior) than cars circa 2019. Still enjoy his reviews, but I wouldn't hesitate to pick up a Murcielago.
  5. Maybe not the parts so much as the color balance. Looking at the rear, the amount of darkness with the grill, carbon, and diffuser just looks out of balance. The front spoiler, being carbon and black paint doesn't look good together, in my subjective opinion. A quick few changes or even painting the carbon would appeal for my tastes.
  6. Unlikely in the IMSA series. Right now they are GTLM, which contains the likes of the mid-engine Ford GT. Previously they ran the Daytona Prototype in the DPi class, but they killed that effort. It was an awesome platform to hear and watch at the races.
  7. I love Verde Scandal, but damn this is one hard car to love. Those parts just don't it any favors. I suspect someone was trying to pull a sneaky and get some extra money for it not being a true anniversary car.
  8. Beautiful! I love shooting clay, haven't done it in a long while. Hoping to get back into things. You going to snag this one? Has snyone built an AR pistol or SBR? Considering doing an MK18 clone. Love the short barrel and compatibility.
  9. I'm sure there is no shortage of attention when you two pull up. Looks awesome!
  10. Such a gorgeous car. Glad to see you enjoying it. The Murcielago will always have a special place in my heart. Love it. It's so easy to forget how small they actually are when you don't see them that often.
  11. I can't imagine parts are cheap for a Lamborghini V8, but the LS1 claims another brand for swapping! I'd rather the OEM, but to each their own. https://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/classic-cars/a27496846/ls-swapped-lamborghini-jalpa-sound/
  12. I always like behind the scene stuff, thanks for sharing! I'd love a rimotech simulator, would be awesome!
  13. Congratulations and welcome. Gorgeous ride you have! As far as exhaust, would you consider aftermarket? I'd say reach out to Sean at Fabspeed. [email protected] phone: 267-742-3046. They make some awesome sounding systems, you wouldn't be disappointed.
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