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Lambo-Beurt : 3552 pond + 20.000 pond voor transport

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  • Harry
    Geen echte hoax, maar wel een beetje overdreven idd.
    Dit is gewoon net zo'n gast als die lui met die Turquoise Murcielago etc die in Dusseldorf waren.
    Die lui gaan op vakantie en vliegen hun speelgoed ook in natuurlijk.

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  • Stéphane
    Is nog weer eens een BS-verhaal ook:

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  • brun
    [email protected] korenwolven.

    Goeie actie van die sheik.

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  • Redline
    Oorspronkelijk geplaatst door Taeke Bekijk bericht
    Waarom in vredesnaam naar Engeland?

    Gewoon om die hippies te fucken.

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  • Taeke
    Waarom in vredesnaam naar Engeland? Zelfs al vertrouw je je locale Lambo-boer niet (die zit er ongetwijfeld in Qatar) , stuur 'm dan meteen naar de fabriek in Italie :-)

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  • Lambo-Beurt : 3552 pond + 20.000 pond voor transport

    :-) Mooie actie van weer zo'n mafkees uit Qatar


    A RICH Arab sent his Lamborghini on a 6,500-mile round trip to Britain for a service.
    The £190,000 supercar was put on a scheduled flight from Qatar to Heathrow – then flown BACK after the oil check.

    Money was no object as the flight would have cost the owner – thought to be a Sheikh – around £20,000.

    The move sparked fury from green campaigners.

    An airport worker said: “This car doesn’t have a carbon footprint – more of a crater.”

    The overall cost of sending the Lamborghini to London for the oil change would have cost more than £23,000.

    His black-and-gold supercar costs £3,552 to service at an approved dealer – on top of the £20,000 to freight from Qatar to Britain.

    The Murciélago LP640 – driven by Batman in movie The Dark Knight – arrived from the Middle Eastern country on Friday.

    It cleared customs and was trucked to specialist mechanics in London for the service.

    On Monday it was flown back 3,250 miles to the oil-rich state where it was collected by the owner.

    A cargo handler at Heathrow blasted the car’s environmental damage.

    He said: “It would have been far more efficient to fly mechanics out there.”