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Diablo roadster first thought, but the fit on th front bumper is so awful i wouldn't be surpirised if its a kit car.

:eek: :blink: C'mon guys, It's about one of the worst kit 'conversions' I've seen. Just look at the door seals and how squared off the door apeture is towards the front. The centre console and handbrake is instantly recognisable as 986/996. Other than that, you can't tell wether all that glass fibre was epoxied on to a boxster or a 911...

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Is that a real Diablo next to it? (the black one)

Not when it is Countach shaped... :rolleyes:

I say shaped, because even from the blurred photograph, I can see it is not a 'real' one. The real ones have curved side windows, that all but the very best replicas fail to reproduce. Its just easier and cheaper to use flat toughened glass and 'nobody will notice'. In the late 80s, there were about eight or nine companies doing Countach replicas (based on a Ford Granada chassis) and only one did curved side windows.

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