Run of the mill car

dickyb

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I would suggest that’s a replica, a pretty good one but the wheels and ride height don’t look quite right. The side profile particularly around the front of the door is also a bit off as are the side skirts, you would normally only see those on an 88.5QV. Whilst it seems to be registered as a Lamborghini with the DVLA, the engine size is listed as 5700cc (so probably something like a 351cu in Ford Cleveland or Windsor) whereas a real one would be 5167cc. Nonetheless, a very nice car
 
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dickyb

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Strangely, yes I think you can register stuff like that, you see plenty of adverts for replicas where it states that the car is “registered as a Ferrari” etc
 

Ewan

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Definitely the wrong wheels. Hard to see, but I’m not sure about that interior either - wrong seats and center section. And certainly, there’s no real Countach with a 5.7 lt. So, a fake it is.
 

ChrisQP09

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Definitely the wrong wheels. Hard to see, but I’m not sure about that interior either - wrong seats and center section. And certainly, there’s no real Countach with a 5.7 lt. So, a fake it is.
Someone living a lie
 

allandwf

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There's room for all these cars, each to their own.
If it makes someone happy, or another smile as it goes by, then so be it :) As long as its not being sold as something else no harm.
 

midlifecrisis

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It's in the same category as those Ferrari MX5s. Although maybe the 'o' should be removed from the model name. ;)