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    dontbe backing down to any lamborginis...

    http://www.hotrodssuperstore.com/ponfiertolam.html

    and you thought all those people with these super cars were driving slow because they want to.

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    Yep, the Fiero is just about an endangered species, thanks to all the Ferrari and Lambo kits out there.

    Still, though, I wouldn't worry that much about the real thing. For an '85 Countach LP5000 QV, 0-60 in 5.2, 1/4 in 13.7. The earlier ones are even slower. Given a WRX with BPMs, it would come down to driver skill in a drag race.
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    Do us all a favor: work on learning how to drive your car before adding more power. Pretty please.

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