That is exactly what i was thinking..and i actually thought it was JP logistics transporting when i first saw the photos...up until i read the thread more.You may want to remove your logos from the photos.. I'd hate to see people get the wrong idea later on and think that that's a JP Logistics truck transporting it!
Sarcasm. You don't get.Not quite, Lamborghini started making tractors right after WWII.
Can I raise my hand here, cuz I sure as hell do. So many things can go wrong with an unprotected transportation. I don't put JPL in my sig for just no reason. They are simply the best in the business. It isn't bragging if you can back it up and JP crushes the game.Who cares how its delivered?
That's how most cars are towed off the streets Germany...saw an Alpina 7 being towed in Hamburg back in '09. It was parallel parked snugly between 2 other cars but all the tow had to do was lift it upwards into the air and drop it directly onto the back of the lorry. It was quite a sight really.LMAO wow! hadn't seen that one before...
Holy sarcasm-numbness.....Not quite, Lamborghini started making tractors right after WWII. It wasn't until he became one of the largest agricultural equipment manufactures in Italy that he pursued building sportscars.
And the picture posted above is a tractor from the early 50s.
^ Couldn't agree more.If the car makes it there safe and sound why does it matter if they've got it on a flat bed? Plenty of cars have been damaged by careless drivers in full car carrying semis. Its all about the driver, not as much the truck