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  1. SEMA isn't for everyone. It's the proverbial buffet of the aftermarket industry in Las Vegas each year. There is always more bad and good, but i love it none the less. If you've never been, it's worth going atlesst once. One stand out this year was this Ferrari 328 GTS widebody. I don't claim to be an expert on Ferrari's, but this was too cool to not share it. Love it or hate it, it got plenty of attention. SEMA Ferrari 328 GTS Widebody via Speedhunters Check out the write up for Speedhunters at the link.
  2. It's always good to see different perspectives and angles. I missed this one, but in September Speedhunters Editor-in-Cheif Paddy McGrath visited the factory and met with Lamborghini's Head of Whole Vehicle Development Dr. Rouven Mohr. It's a lengthy, but great read on behind the scenes and the people that make the brand what it is and what it will become. Why Lamborghini Matters in 2018 - via Speedhunters
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