Posts Tagged ‘lmborghini’

San Francisco’s Presidio – National Park or Lamborghini Proving Grounds?

Friday, May 22nd, 2009

The answer is this – a little from Column A and a little from Column B.

Look for this black Lambo barking around the Pacific Heights part of the Presidio.

Or, if the driver gets into trouble on an Army-engineered, seriously reverse camber curve, look for this car among the Eucalpytuseses, and then on the pages of WreckedExotics.com.

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Now I know it doesn’t make sense to drive around in your Lambo on the gridded streets of regular San Francisco, but it also doesn’t make sense to aimlessly drive around the winding streets of the Presidio neither. If the Eucalyptuseses don’t get you then the Federales will.

You’re not on what they call a “sustainable journey,” just saying.

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The Unregistered Lamborghinis of San Francisco County

Tuesday, April 21st, 2009

The thing about San Francisco is that it’s crawling with oddly registered or unregistered exoticars. The kind of California license plates that come on Toyotas or Hondas seem to have a hard time sticking onto the rears of Ferraris and Lamborghinis in this town.

This aging Lambo Gallardo (the Spanish word gallardo translates into “gallant,” and from Italian into “striking”) typifies the breed. No license plates, but the infamous get-out-of-jail-free C.H.P. 11-99 Foundation license plate holder, well, natch, you’ve got to have one of those, right?

And the radar detector hanging in the windshield, that’s just the icing on the cake.

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