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A Beautiful Lamborgini Burns To The Ground (4 pics)

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  • 2 Dec, 2014  |
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This Lamborghini Miura SV 1971 is extremely rare. It's so rare that you can't even get parts for it anymore. A mechanic who worked on it installed the wrong spark plugs and this is what happened.

1 A Beautiful Lamborgini Burns To The Ground (4 pics)


2 A Beautiful Lamborgini Burns To The Ground (4 pics)


3 A Beautiful Lamborgini Burns To The Ground (4 pics)


4 A Beautiful Lamborgini Burns To The Ground (4 pics)


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№1 Author: Oddo Maddic (2 Dec 2014 03:41) Total user comments: 0


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The wrong spark plugs wouldnt cause this. Worn spark plug leads MAY have caused it. These motors use Weber carbs that tend to overflow raw fuel. If that fuel came in contact with the leads, then it would ignite.
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№2 Author: Funky_monkey (2 Dec 2014 16:06) Total user comments: 72


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Burns to the ground? Surely it was already on the ground? #Fail
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№3 Author: Gi-Joe (2 Dec 2014 16:27) Total user comments: 960


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This happened about a year ago, maybe more. I read the other day that the owner is suing the garage that did the work on the car.
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№4 Author: random (2 Dec 2014 17:02) Total user comments: 0


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I am just wondering did they just fix it and then never test drive their own repairs
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