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Coolest Parking Lot Ever: 50 Lamborghinis From All Eras Shoulder To Shoulder

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On: Mon, May 7, 2012 at 10:16AM | By: Chris Weiss


Coolest Parking Lot Ever: 50 Lamborghinis From All Eras Shoulder To Shoulder

The parking lot is one of the unheralded heroes of everyday living. If you've ever gone to an event where there was no parking lot, or the parking lot was full, or you had to pay premium pricing for a parking spot, you should have some appreciation for just how valuable a good piece of lined asphalt really is. If you don't have such appreciation, the world's most awesome Lamborghini parking lot should give it to you.

For those of us that don't drive or see exotic cars regularly, a quick trip past a Lamborghini or Ferrari dealership is an exciting experience. Seeing a few red supercars lined up in a window or dealership lot is pretty novel. Ordinarily, you'd be happy just to see a single model.

Take that idea and multiply it several fold and you get the scene in the video below. Not only are there 50+ Lambos in one single lot, but those Lambos come from all different eras - something you don't necessarily see at the dealership. You have the most recent staples like the Murcielago, Gallardo and even the Aventador. You also have some older classics like the Countach, Espada and 350GT. You have special editions like the Murcielago 40th Anniversary Edition and Diablo SV. It's practically a real-life animation of the The Complete Book of Lamborghini, albeit more updated, since that book was published in 1988.

What did we do to deserve such a scene? Well, we didn't do anything, but the Lamborghini Club of America had a meet-up and planned the spectacular shoot. We just get to revel in it.

Okay, this is definitely one of those posts where I try to fill the page up with some relevant information and anecdotes only to realize I'm writing to an empty room. You've probably done so already, but if not, it's time to drop down and hit play. Or if you're more of a peruse at your own leisure type, check out the massive photo gallery of the gathering.




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