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Lamborghini Wants You To Visit Its New Heritage Center In Italy

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Lamborghini clearly takes much pride in its history of building supercars, as evidenced by its in-house PoloStorico restoration center, where owners can ship their prized, out of production possessions to receive much needed restorations. Everything is carried out by specially trained professionals who source Lamborghini parts, paint and accessories only. And now Lamborghini wants to share with the public its dedication to preserving its icons with the new PoloStorico studio facility.

It's located inside the main entrances of Lamborghini's factory and headquarters in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. "The preservation of Lamborghini classic cars and the rich heritage associated not only with the cars but our history of innovative and groundbreaking design, production and brand over more than 50 years, is an essential department within our company as we head to the future," states Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali. Lamborghini is so committed to PoloStorico that it proudly boasts about its parts warehouse, which covers more than 65 percent of classic Lamborghini spare parts. There's even a new committee responsible for researching and documenting Lamborghini historical data and reproducing spare parts.

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What's particularly awesome about this heritage center are the requirements needed for each Lamborghini: It must have been out of production for at least 10 years. In other words, the center restores everything from the GT350 to the Diablo. So the next time you're on vacation in Italy, or need an excuse to go, the likes of the Miura, Countach, and Diablo await you, assuming they're there being restored, a process which takes anywhere between six and 24 months.