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2005 Lamborghini Murcielago

2005 Lamborghini Murcielago Review

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Lamborghini isn't exactly renowned for building roadsters. Whereas Ferrari has produced ragtop (or targa) versions of many of its cars over the years, there have been only two series-production Lambos: the Silhouette and the Diablo roadster. The Touring-bodied 350GT convertible was built in tiny numbers, and there was a single Miura roadster, so they hardly count. In Lamborghini land, then, the Murcilago roadster is an event. The latest roadster from Sant'Agata is definitely a fair-weather friend that's perfect for the U.S. Sun Belt, the Costa Rolex, and the Cte des Millionaires. The canvas top is a bit of a joke, to be honest. You need a doctorate in mechanical engineering to operate it, a bridge to park the car under while you're doing it, and a bottle of Lambrusco to soothe your nerves. A folded fabric top and a bunch of supporting posts are stuffed into a bag that occupies a good third of the bonsai luggage compartment. Certified Boy Scouts eventually may get this jigsaw puzzle perched and installed, but by the time you get around to it, it's likely that the sun will be shining again. And once it's up, you'll probably forget that you shouldn't exceed 100 mph with the fabric roof fitted.

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