value for money attittude does not apply to italian sport cars. money doesn't matter when you're buying culture. money is just a necessary unimportant factor in such a transaction. saying that a diablo is too expensive is like questioning a kandinskij sold for a million dollars. ;)<br><br>http://raszl.net
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I guess not some old guy bought the car.<br>There was another one there with a price tag of 350 thousand I can't remember the make or model but it was Italian built.<br><br>I am not questioning the price - more like amazed.<br><br>
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