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Offline carmooch


  • Joined: Dec 2010

  • Name: George
I booked tickets on Saturday for Europe in 2 weeks. Moving there mainly for a new business venture which i'm sure will take off here in Australia in the next few months.
Good luck mate! You'll no longer be the youngest Lambo owner in Australia. :P

What do you do anyway if you don't mind my asking, I never did figure it out...



Offline anotherforumuser

  • AE's voice of reason
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Good Luck with the venture and the adventure... is it long term, semi permanent or shot termish?




Offline scud

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Good luck mate! You'll no longer be the youngest Lambo owner in Australia. :P

What do you do anyway if you don't mind my asking, I never did figure it out...
he doesn't do drugs










































he sells them



Offline fivesix


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Offline jim501

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Well if you make it London way, I'll take you to the Walkabout Pub haha



Offline Wattens

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he doesn't do drugs










































he sells them

lol nah, none of that shit
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline Wattens

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Well if you make it London way, I'll take you to the Walkabout Pub haha

Hahah I went past Walkabout couple years ago, didn't want to hang out with Aussies though back then... but now a bit home sick so i'll visit it next time lol.
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline Wattens

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Anyway came in here to grab info about the factory tours. I am at the moment communicating with Lambo Melbourne to see if there is a tour for owners (as Ferrari has owners tours that are more indepth than the normal tour apparently and go to more areas of the factory,I am also in the middle of communicating with Ferrari and Masserati for their tours)

Since been told they close in August because Italians find it too hot to work in summer lol... Now I know why the waiting lists are so long, because the factories arn't bloody open...

Has anyone done any of the owners tours, is it different than the normal tours? Should I just go down to the factories this week before they close for August instead of waiting till September for them to reopen for the owners tours?

Getting info from Ferrari/Lambo Australia is hard enough in person let alone from the other side of the world.

PS: i'll take heaps of pics and post them up if they are different to the ones already posted on the forums.

Cheers
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline DL599

  • nee Melbourne Exotics

  • Joined: Dec 2009

  • Location: Melbourne
  • Name: Damon
I did the tour a couple of weeks ago and it's pretty good they take u down the lines and show you what everything is but I'm not sure how the owners tour works
if your car feels safe, your not going fast enough



Offline mhh

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  • Joined: Feb 2006

  • Location: Adelaide
I organized a tour through Lambo Melbourne in 05. It wasn't a group tour though - I nominated a time and they were to take me around. I got there a bit late and got a different person to show me around. I found it underwhelming - a little more interesting than a dealership workshop visit, but not much. Various cars on the line but not many and nothing new to see. With so much of the cars built elsewhere, it was then not much more than an assembly shop. It may be different now.

The museum was OK, but very small.

Looking back on it, I'm not sure what I was expecting but I certainly wouldn't go again. I'd rather see a modern factory like Mercedes.



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