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Hey so I'm coming home for the weekend to visit my parents when all the sudden I get home and my sister immediately ran up and said "Oh my God you'll never believe what I saw!" "Ok..?" "There was a Lamborghini here!" I was kind of skeptical to that because this town has horrible roads and I can't imagine one. So I pulled up a picture of a Ferrari 360, 550 Maranello, 355, etc. She was like "no way it wasn't any of those" (I wasn't sure if she saw something she wasn't sure of) so I pulled up a picture of an early diablo 1994 to be exact and she said "OH MY GOD that's the one! and it was red too!"

Amazed by this, was someone locally on a road trip or something from here? It isn't that often you see a car like that in a town like this :) Wish I could have been there to see it.
 

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It wouldnt have to be an early diablo, I doubt he would have been able to tell the difference between the old and the newer models. Cool nontheless :D
 

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Where in Oregon was this? I am always going through eastern oregon, the bqack way, Bend and the like ect... It could have been me, so WHEN and WHERE?

RoyToy2003 :confused:
 

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It wouldnt have to be an early diablo, I doubt he would have been able to tell the difference between the old and the newer models. Cool nontheless :D
Not necessarily, the early 90's vs the se, roadster, monterey edition sv and the 2000s version are pretty easy to distinquish between each other. But my sister isn't exactly a car nut but she has no problem distinguishing the difference between a Ferrari and a Lamborghini, so at least she knows what the good cars are :)

But actually roytoy it was prineville which is right by bend/redmond/madras where she saw it coming back from redmond.
 

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I am not sure, but I have had both my Brown 6.0 SE and my Red Murcie through there several times in the last couple months. I go that way back down to the back side of Reno, through Klamath Falls and into Alturis, taking the backside of 395, what a GREAT run. :)
 

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Next time you head over here you should head on the backroads of McKay, it's an AWESOME drive. I learned to drive on that very road, it goes way up in the woods, twisty turny, beautiful scenery and plenty of road to cover. I can imagine that would be a good drive for ya :) I just got off of the road before I popped my escta supras, I headed down there to see how it would handle and the drive was absolutely amazing. I don't think I've enjoyed myself so much on a road before. I'd have to say the best driving places around here are around C&C and McKay :)
 
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