Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Roadster Gets Jacked

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Photos of a supposedly-jacked Lamborghini leave more questions than answers.

No car is safe from those pesky jackers it seems, as this black Lamborghini Murcielago roadster proves. There's no evidence that the Lambo was jacked of course, and it's just as likely that the car is awaiting a new set of rims. In fact on closer inspection, we can spy the wheel nuts sitting in a nice pile on the floor so either the wheel thieves were a considerate bunch or the owner was simply preparing the supercar for some new super wheels. But if so, why isn't this being done at a garage?

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