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Lamborghini Reventon replica Lamborghini Videos 

This Lamborghini Reventon Replica looks pretty legit

Would you buy a $250,000 Lamborghini Reventon replica? Well, to be honest, it doesn’t look that bad. It’s not the kind of cheap knockoff replica based on a Mitsubishi or a Pontiac. In fact, it’s a Murcielago Roadster LP640-4 underneath and the modified bodywork looks pretty legit. Checkout the following and let us know what you think. Would you still prefer a real Reventon which cost about a million dollars even though, it’s essentially an LP640 underneath? Lamborghini Reventon replica:

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Lamborghini Aventador Replica For Sale-5 Lamborghini Supercars for Sale 

Lamborghini Aventador Replica For Sale

Remember the Lamborghini Aventador replica that you could rent out for a $1000? Well, the owner is getting rid of it. You can now buy the Aventador replica for a mere $55,000. Why spend $400,000 on a brand new Aventador when you have this beauty for a fraction of the price, right? It’s a pretty accurate replica of the Italian supercar and it’s a roadster complete with scissor doors. Underneath is a chassis from Pontiac GTO powered by a 5.7-liter LS1 V8 from a Corvette paired with an automatic gearbox….

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1000 USD Lamborghini Rental Car Lamborghini Videos 

You Can Rent This Lamborghini Replica For $1000

If you’re looking to rent a Lamborghini for day, you could be looking at a minimum of $2500 for day. So, you might think a Lamborghini replica would be cheap. Well, the company who rents out this Lamborghini Aventador replica charges $1000 for 3 hours. Gotham Dream Cars who have been in the rental business for quite sometime have an Aventador which costs anywhere between $2550-$5450 to rent. Of course, the rates higher on weekends. The Lamborghini replica you see here is often rented out for weddings. From a distance, it…

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1962 Ferrari 250 GTO replica-4 Ferrari Videos 

1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Replica by Rod Tempero: Video

The 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO was built to go racing from day one. Just 39 units of the gorgeous aluminum-bodied 250 GTO were built as homologation specials which then allowed Ferrari to enter the FIA Group 3 Touring Car Championship. Today, these cars are highly sought after and can easily cost upwards of $35 million. Since, legendary cars like these are rarely put on sale, it is hard to find one even if you have deep pockets. Rod Tempero works out of his farm in Oamaru, New Zealand. Rod is…

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