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Offline T0M722


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Offline 916senna

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The colour of this Murciélago is Grigio Telesto, a colour that won’t look too exciting on many cars but on the Murcielago it just simply works. The car looks tough, like a Lamborghini should, and unique.
Great photos, but I cant wrap my head around that colour either on the murchi or the gallardo. It just doesn't do it for me.
Strangely I used to like it, but then I got used to the loud colours (Vi, Yellow, Arancio etc) and find them a better fit with the wild lambo "image"



Offline will.dinn


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Awesome shots but that sticker, yuck. Was removing the number plates on request of the owner? I've shot some video of this car and my god that exhaust sounds ballistic



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Offline looney


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Great photos, but I cant wrap my head around that colour either on the murchi or the gallardo. It just doesn't do it for me.
Strangely I used to like it, but then I got used to the loud colours (Vi, Yellow, Arancio etc) and find them a better fit with the wild lambo "image"

haha, funny, i hated this colour, and never understood it and always felt a Murci should be Giallo Orion or Verde Ithica,

yet as i get older and more mellow, im actually liking the battle ship grey.

i mean check this beast out

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Offline 916senna

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i mean check this beast out

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Agreed , it's a beast!
Funny how we have reversed opinions, but then, your Looney and I'm not :D



Offline 360c

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Bloody awful colour for any car; but on a Lambo  :doh:



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Offline anotherforumuser

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Mitsubishi used it on Magnas. I could never work out why someone would buy a car in grey primer with a gloss coat.

I have the same feeling about cars now that are painted in immitation primer (matte paint). Why would you pay huge money for a flashy car with no flash?



Offline dkabab

I never liked the grey, until I saw scuds in real life. Looked fantastic



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