Day: September 22, 2021

Classic Four Seater Lamborghini Found Half Dead In A Forgotten Barn

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Barn find Lamborghini survivor is uncovered.

Lamborghini has a long and storied history of building some of the world’s fastest high-end sports and supercars ever to hit the track. This genuine dedication to the progression of automotive excellence has led to the current Lamborghini lineup being at the front line in power and performance. However, there is more to the Lamborghini name than just their past successes. Like most matters concerning creative production, the history surrounding the raging bull of Italy was far more affected by its failures. So today, we get to look at what was possibly the least desirable Lamborghini, the Lamborghini Espada.

Based on the front grille, the car appears to be a series three produced from 1972-1978. The basic concept was to build a four-seater grand tourer with the power of a fire-breathing V12 under the hood. This

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What are the fastest selling cars and trucks in Chattanooga?

Sep. 22—New and used cars continue to sell at a brisker pace in Chattanooga than the U.S. average, according to vehicle sales data compiled in August by the automotive website iSeeCars.com.

In Chattanooga, the average new car sold in 15.2 days, or 41.5% faster than the U.S. average sales period for new cars of 26 days. Used cars in Chattanooga, on average, sold in 28.3 days, or nearly a week quicker than the 34.6-day average for the nation as a whole.

Nationwide, both new and used cars sold slightly quicker in August than in July, according to iSeeCars.com data.

“The microchip shortage is showing no signs of slowing down as major automakers continue to halt production, leading to lower and sometimes scarce inventory levels, especially for the most in-demand vehicles,” said iSeeCars Executive Analyst Karl Brauer. “It looks like car buyers who were initially waiting for prices to drop

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There Is Only One TVR T440R Sports Car in the World, and It Is Now up for Sale

TVR may have hoped that the T440R sports car would change the future of automotive design, but the company went out of business before that could happen.

Despite this unfortunate bit of timing, the British marque managed to build one example of the beautiful, futuristic sports car before going under. And now the one-of-a-kind coupé could be yours, via UK rare car dealer Auto Lounge.

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The 2003 T440R was a homologated road car based on the British marque’s T400R race car which raced at Spa, Sebring and Le Mans in 2003, reports CarBuzz. The company built four cars in order to meet FIA homologation requirements. Three of those were Typhons, which were each fitted with a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter straight-six engine.

2003 TVR T440R - Credit: Auto Lounge

2003 TVR T440R – Credit: Auto Lounge

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Unlike those road cars, the T440R was powered by an even brawnier 4.2-liter straight-six,

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