Lamborghini Replica kit car first drive

Finally after 6 years, the car was in a condition to drive out of the garage on its own steam! I was accompanied by my 3 year old daughter Abigail. No fast driving here but the short drive confirmed all the mechanicals like motor, suspension, electricals, steering and brakes all worked flawlessly. My next step is bolting on the bodywork and installing the doors. I will obviously be driving it every weekend up and down the road just to confirm everything is still working :-)

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