Date posted : June 18. 2013
if you've ever been able to visit the official factory museum right on the doorstep of Automobili Lamborghini SpA in Sant'Agata Bologna, Italy I'm sure you've seen the impressive orange metallic Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 hanging from the far wall on the first floor.
Many years ago the earlier Diablo VT 6.0 version took center stage at this position before it was replaced with the final production version of the Murciélago (the LP670-4 Super Veloce was technically a limited edition you know) ... today thanks to Jasper van Toorenburg I can show you the latest 3D poster from Lamborghini in their museum.
The Museo Lamborghini has taken down the Giallo Orion Murciélago LP640 and meticulously mounted a beautiful Aventador LP700-4 Roadster against the wall as a stunning 3D poster ... from the photos we can clearly see this isn't something to be attempted without proper preparation and a serious frame to actually lift and turn the car so the bottom is facing the wall.
From one of the images we can determine these wall decorations are fixed at two points with each only four bolts, and if our information is correct the engine has been removed from this car, naturally thanks to the glass sections in the engine cover the manifold cover is still in place ... otherwise there would be a serious black hole visible.
During installation of the Aventador Roadster against the wall the bottom protection plate was removed, it is unclear if this was put back in place once the Lamborghini was fixed in place ... most likely not I think.
One additional detail on this Aventador LP700-4 Roadster finished in the newly developed shade Azzuro Thetis over the tan interior called Sabbia Nefertem ... this lady wears chassis number ZHWFER1A0BLP00001 ...
Text © Mark Smeyers - www.lambocars.com
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