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  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

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  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

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  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

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  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

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  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

  • If you’ve been planning a visit to the Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese – which let’s face it, you really ought to have been – go before October 31st and you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. And that’s a gratuitous, fiery, Hollywood-style bang, thanks to the new “Film Emotions” exhibition that pays homage to movie-star Lambos from the last 50 years.

    First, there’s an orange Miura P400, just like the one that met a sticky end on the St. Bernard Pass at the start of 1969’s The Italian Job. A green Countach pays tribute to the one used in The Cannonball Run in 1981. The LM002 Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4 is there too, alongside the Jalpa Sylvester Stallone drove in Rocky IV. As for the more modern stuff, you’ll find Batman’s Aventador, the Huracan from Dr. Strange, plus a Centenario (from the fifth Transformers movie) and a Sesto Elemento (from Need for Speed).

    Unless you’re an actual Italian, you probably won’t have seen Veloce come il Vento or Bar Sport – but the Gallardo Super Trofeo that featured in the former and the 350 GT from the latter are nonetheless worth checking out.

    Has Lambo missed any big ones?

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