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The Lamborghini Cheetah was developed as an off-road model for military use.
Another look at the Lamborghini Cheetah when it was still located in Sant'Agata.
The Lamborghini Cheetah was able to travel at relatively high speed in the sand, note the canvas roof was removed here.
Before one of the prototypes was lost in a crash the Cheetah was tested in the sand, most likely in the United States.
The Lamborghini Cheetah was shown at the 1977 Geneva Auto Show, note the Countach in the background
The Lamborghini Cheetah prototype inside the factory, still working on it...
The cover of the official factory brochure on the Lamborghini Cheetah
The Lamborghini Cheetah prototype on the factory grounds during the late Seventies
 A rear look at the Lamborghini Cheetah, an attempt at a military 'off-road' vehicle ...
This photo was taken in late 2011 ... yes it looks exactly like the Lamborghini Cheetah !
Front view of a second prototype that was actually built of the Cheetah, not completely finished, but still very impressive.
An unfinished prototype of the Cheetah, rumor has it four prototypes were made, but only one was completely finished.
The engine was already at the back in the Cheetah, adding even more weight in fuel containers might not be the best idea.
Both the front hood and the rear engine cover pivot open to ease access to parts on the Cheetah
Steel sections open up at the front and rear to access suspension and engine respectively on the Cheetah
The rather spartan interior inside the Cheetah, do note this specific prototype was never completely finished.
The Cheetah had a Chrysler 360 engine not an Italian made V12 Bull
Bburago actually made a nice 1/24 scale diecast model of the Cheetah, very hard to find these days.
The 1/24 scale model from Bburago on the Lamborghini Cheetah, Bburago made a few different versions.
The Cheetah in action during the late Seventies ... note the Raging Bull logo was removed at the front.
 

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