RDW

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  1. RDW

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    looks like the Y Lambo headlight??
  2. RDW

    Bring the old site back

    Totally agree with SL55
  3. I watched his delivery vid last night, yes he was a bit over the top (to which he admitted) but no doubting his genuine excitement on getting the big bull. Brakes and tires will be pricey though...
  4. RDW

    Bring the old site back

    Forums ebb and flow with times of low participation to times of rampant enthusiasm and multitudinous posting. Its the nature of the beast. So I'm not concerned if things get quiet, usually a issue come to light and it peeks a lot of interaction. Just look a the SVJ thread. There is a wealth of knowledge and experience here and it will be tapped at one point or another...and yes even the squabbling is interesting too!
  5. RDW

    Fcuking loaner!

    Did James come with the car...Lol
  6. RDW

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    It seems with every next generation model to a specific Lamborghini they get cosmetic additives, although on the SVJ the Aero definitely serves it purpose & they have done this historically with their cars. First gen A, then SV, then the AV/S....now SVJ ( the most additives). I guess depending on your tastes you will like that or not. TBO I'm not fussy with the SVJ but the SV is the best balanced look IMO, the AV/S the least appealing... But of course it's all subjective...
  7. RDW

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    No good deed will go unpunished! But keep up the good work, many here find it very beneficial..
  8. RDW

    Look what finally got here!

    very nice & congratulations! As a side note I hear Lambo is sending the Urus by ship from Europe verses airfreight (supercars)
  9. RDW

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    All I can say is I appreciate this forum, it's been the most helpful and knowledgeable when I needed answers compared to the other "you know who" forum. BUT I realize that this place is a "no holds barred" WRT dumb dumb posts and comments, so I think before I post. But I like it that way TBH. I hesitate to comment on the previous few posts since I have no dog in the fight, but one has to be able to turn the other cheek sometimes when you get hit and just move on and not take it personal. This is THE forum for Lambo owners IMHO so I'm willing to take it and occasionally I'll dish it our too, but hey that's what makes life interesting! RDW
  10. RDW

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    WOW, those are fantastic illustrations, thanx for posting. The engineering behind the body work is amazing and very technical. ex./ I had no idea what my front end looked like (on the first gen A) I'm assuming it's somewhat similar to the SVJ. Love how it shows the wind tunnel like illustrations! More like a fighter jet than a car...
  11. RDW

    Blu Cephus Aventador S In Motion

    I actually like the Dione Forged wheels verses the silver Dianthus central locking...
  12. RDW

    Blu Cephus Aventador S In Motion

    wow, nice!! Blu Cephus works for me..
  13. RDW

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    I dont blame you, there is an SV coupe that is totally awesome and available, but currently with my AV roadster I just cannot pull the trigger, if a SV roadster comes available with the right colour combo I'm all in, it seems lately that they are really holding their price & and I can see why. If I was going SVJ it would be roadster for sure...the down side is the wait times...arggg!
  14. RDW

    So What Happened?! Details Inside

    glad to be back home, this place is the real Lambo forum IMHO!
  15. RDW

    Aventador SV-J Discussion and New Information

    I have mixed feelings on the SVJ and I can understand the SV people being a bit hesitant, but I haven't seen one in the flesh. I'm looking at an SV now to trade my LP-700 as there seems to be several (gorgeous one's) come on the market now. The SV/SVJ is still the best bang for your buck considering if you move up to the next level in the food chain your well into 7 figure $$ numbers.