This is wrong.....so very very wrong.

Discussion in '1986 Lamborghini LM002' started by barefoot driver, Aug 9, 2002.

  1. RAMBO LAMBO

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    This one must of been pumped with a little TOO much octane...<!-- Signature -->
     
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    I think the people at Lamborghini were smoking too much chronic and made this.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    <b>I think the people at Lamborghini were smoking too much chronic and made this.</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->
    No, they wanted to make a military vehicle - but it was too expensive, and hummer had beat them to it. (And that is all to my recolection...)<!-- Signature -->
     
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    uhh<!-- Signature -->
     
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  7. Cool, but i think Lambo should stick w/ phat cars instead of pha

    It's a cool car, but they make alot better sports cars.
     
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    Ummm, you DO know that this company started as a tractor manufacturer
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    Not an Origonal Company. It was The late Mr. Lamborghini that owned a Tractor Shop. He also Owned a Ferrari. He complained to Enzo who lived down the Road, about the gearbox. Enzo told him "Go work on your tractors old man" And look now, Ferrari is beat by Lamborghini. <!-- Signature -->
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from LamboOwner</i>
    <b>Not an Origonal Company. It was The late Mr. Lamborghini that owned a Tractor Shop. He also Owned a Ferrari. He complained to Enzo who lived down the Road, about the gearbox. Enzo told him "Go work on your tractors old man" And look now, Ferrari is beat by Lamborghini. </b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->True, very true. <!-- Signature -->
     
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    lol<!-- Signature -->
     
  12. No worse than a lambo tractor

    Many of you dont know that lamborgini used to make tractors. Bet a suv doesnt seem to bad now does it. Also I remember hearing that a government in the middle east bought a whole fleet of these but i dont remember the country. It might have been saudi arabia so if any one knows please tell me.<!-- Signature -->
     
  13. Re: No worse than a lambo tractor

    ferrari said he couldn't make a gt, so lamborghini make the 350gtv.<!-- Signature -->
     
  14. Re: This is wrong.....so very very wrong.

    preach it man!!!!!<!-- Signature -->
     
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    no, it's really cool<!-- Signature -->
     
  16. Lamborghini + SUV = Crap. Plain and Simple.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    hey this car is the competitor for the hummer and actually outperformed it except in two areas: price and production, it is safe fast and rugged, what every suv is supposed to be
     
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    I would have to agree. Conceptually, a Lamborghini SUV is wrong. However, it's so impressive, I still like it! This thing was faster than a stock Comaro of the day, and as already mentioned, is as good off the road as a hummer!! I would love to have one!
     
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    ummm..guys..
    I hope you know that the LM002 was designed as a competitor for the AM Genereal Humvee during the 1980's when Chrysler temporarily owned Lambo. It was to replace the old Jeeps. Unfortunately, Chrysler couldn't support Lambo and got rid of it...and AM General won the contest cuz it was produced in North America.

    But the LM002 is generally owned and used by rich oil field owners in the ARAB countries.

    Enjoy =)

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    What is so wrong about a lamborghini suv? Porsche is making one. Who cares? It looks phat too. There is no way that I would turn one of these down. And it must have had a production higher than 300 because I see them all the time in California and Florida.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    i think that we all forget that lamborghini starting in the tractor business. good move to go to supercars. but this is sweet. this would make it alot easier to own a lambo, making it less exotic, but it would still be cool...
     
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    In retrospect, I'd have to say this was quite an accomplishment, being that they lead the fray into the SUV era. Plus, the thing was originally commisioned by the Saudi Arabian Army from use in the desert and for an SUV (hell anything) in 1986, it was pretty fast. And you have to remember, Lamborghini originally made tractors, and used the money he earned from than venture to produce sports cars, so an SUV is, in actuality, a step up from a tractor!
     
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    love this car and no matter what the idiot says i think that this is a really cool car!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    you are so right, this discraces the name of lamborghini
     
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    What's so weird about a Lambo SUV? Just like pepelepeau (or something like that, sorry man, difficult name... <IMG SRC="http://www.supercarforums.com/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif"> ) said, Lamborghine first made tractors and no cars. Then they decided to construct cars, and as you all know, they're doing a pretty fine job...

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