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    Who would have imagined back then, a farm boy would grow into creating such greatness that people would make films and write songs about it for d… Read More
    Who would have imagined back then, a farm boy would grow into creating such greatness that people would make films and write songs about it for decades? Greatness that would be a dream and inspiration for countless young souls. Greatness that would flash striking images and roaring sounds in your mind, just by reading or hearing the name Lamborghini. Separate monuments are designed for two roundabouts; one to signify the heritage and legacy of Lamborghini, the other for future. Former has shell panels styled in the fashion of Lamborghini classics and the latter is inspired by curent and upcoming models without closely resembling a particular model. Two shining monuments appear to have risen by piercing the harsh ground as a symbol of strong will and they are given a rapid look, like a glimpse of a speeding Lamborghini. Both monuments have a sharp-edged tree-like structures, as an hommage to growth and robust determination of Ferruccio Lamborghini, but not ordinary, stationary or mellow. Brushed steel shells have yellow accents on edges coated Giallo Evros, a paint developed by Lamborghini. Shells are bolted to the steel tree-like structure, making them easy to replace when necessary. Main structures are powder coated in Matt Black and are comprised of 15-18 parts that are bolted together. Those parts are made by welding laser-cut sheets. Read Less
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