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Name That Lamborghini – Round One

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Lamborghini issued the first teaser photo of its upcoming supercar slated for a Paris Motor Show reveal earlier today. Enthralling, perhaps, but we thought we’d issue our own cryptic photos of Lamborghinis past and present for this week’s trivia game.

Think you know which Lamborghini is pictured in the teaser above? Send us your answer in the comments section below. We’ll let the bull run free tomorrow and give you another one to guess at.

Did You Name Friday’s Vette?

If Friday’s Corvette looked a little like the Mako Shark II concept, there’s good reason for that.

The third-generation Corvette, which launched in 1968, bore more than a passing resemblance to the fantastic Mako Shark II show car, which first wowed crowds in 1965. For most consumers, the resemblance was uncanny — but there were still those who wished the final product was a line-for-line copy of the original concept.

John Silva was one of those people, but instead of simply bemoaning the fact, he got to work crafting fiberglass body parts that helped owners transform their car into their dream machines. Silva dubbed his creation the Maco (clever, no?), and between 1969 and 1979, his firm applied the kit to roughly 125 cars.

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