Goodbye Countach hello Diablo


Scarecrow
01-20-2007, 02:47 PM
When I bought the Countach 4+ years ago I thought it would be for a lifetime of ownership. However the opportunity to purchase a superb Diablo came my way, and the Countach had to go.

I've put a few photos of the new beastie on my website for anyone who is interested.

Diablo photos (http://www.88qv.com/25%20of%2080.htm)

Here's a taster for anyone who's not fussed.

http://www.88qv.com/images/GT/GT2.JPG

F1FREAKZILLA
01-23-2007, 04:36 AM
A diablo Gt now thats way cool

Synergy044
03-13-2007, 01:23 PM
well sir, i just became a member to this site lol.

but i havea question,

I'm not joking, my LIFE DREAM, is to own a lamborghini one day. What do you do for a living? lol i need to know what it takes to possibly own this type of car. =[

NewyorkKopter
05-16-2007, 07:15 PM
omg! Is that really your GT?

Scarecrow
05-24-2007, 06:51 PM
omg! Is that really your GT?

Yes indeedy. As stated in the post above, there are more photos on my website.

Shortly going to undertake a trip to the factory with 6 other Lambos, so there should be a few more decent photos on there in a couple of weeks time.

-Davo
05-26-2007, 10:26 AM
well sir, i just became a member to this site lol.

but i havea question,

I'm not joking, my LIFE DREAM, is to own a lamborghini one day. What do you do for a living? lol i need to know what it takes to possibly own this type of car. =[


what are you 13?

live life a bit you'll understand.


swish car dude. GT's were one of the best made next to the 00/01 VT.

Scarecrow
06-08-2007, 06:26 PM
As promised above, a few photos from our trip to the factory have now been included on my website, for anyone who is interested.

Factory trip photos (http://www.88qv.com/Italy_2007.htm)

tolosko23
06-17-2007, 10:16 PM
Yes indeedy. As stated in the post above, there are more photos on my website.

Shortly going to undertake a trip to the factory with 6 other Lambos, so there should be a few more decent photos on there in a couple of weeks time.

What's the difference between the Gt and VT?

Scarecrow
06-20-2007, 05:39 PM
What's the difference between the Gt and VT?

The GT is a limited production model - only 80 cars were made, all left hand drive. It has 2 wheel drive as opposed to the VT's 4 wheel drive, and the GT is slightly more powerful as well as being lighter, which makes it a bit quicker.

The dominating difference in looks is that the GT has a large single air scoop on the roof, and a scalloped bonnet/hood cover to assist air flow over the oil cooler.

That's all I can think of from the top of my head. HTH

Scarecrow
07-03-2007, 06:15 PM
One of my favourite pictures so far.

http://www.88qv.com/images/GT/GTCastle.jpg

-Davo
07-09-2007, 04:07 AM
Also some of the earlyer VT's were only 5.7 lt, but the GT's in the same range were 6 from memory, the later VT's were given the 6.0's by 1999-2000 for the models in those years.

GT's have an intake on the top of the roof too and a slightly different body kit.

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