50 Lambo Parade for Lamborghini’s 50th

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Lamborghini parades are basically the greatest thing in the universe.

One of the many events in Lamborghini’s 50th Anniversary tour was a stop off at Blenheim Palace in the UK to show off 50 models form the company’s history. And more importantly, to watch them blast off down the road with the engines winding up. Included in the parade are some of the oldest cars to wear the Bull right up to some of the newest, although there is a confusing and painful lack of any form of the Miura, arguably the most important model in the history of the company.

If the Palace in the background looks familiar, and you’re having a difficult time placing it, Blenheim Palace was used as Wayne Manor in the most recent Batman films.

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