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A late edition Lamborghini LM002, a massive V12 powered off road Raging Bull
Rear view of the impressive Lamborghini LM002, note the optional wheels on this one.
Bright red leather interior inside a white LM002, note the wood trim inside this luxury SUV from the Eighties.
Bull power inside the LM002, a massive V12 engine with large air filters to keep the sand out of the cylinders.
The 2-ton Lamborghini LM002 at speed on the open road, remember this is one massive car compared to the others
Full side view of a late model Lamborghini LM002, note the OZ wheels and small bumpers
Tackling a stream like this would be no problem at all for the large Lamborghini LM002
It might not show in this photo, but the Lamborghini LM002 is a very big SUV with an equally big V12 up front.
This red Lamborghini LM002 is in fact an US specs version, note the side lights.
Very angular, but also very easy to turn into a bullet proof SUV, the LM002
Bright red leather upholstery combined with warm wood inlay and black trim inside this Lamborghini LM002
An early model LM002, recognizable by the angular hood housing the air filters for the Countach engine.
The Lamborghini LM002 finished in bright silver metallic over a tan leather interior
Those big bulges on the engine cover actually house the filters to allow the LM002 V12 to function in the desert.
Rear view of a silver metallic Lamborghini LM002, note the steel wheels on this one.
Those back seats on the Lamborghini LM002 might not be too comfortable after all.
Large steel wheels with Pirelli Scorpion tires were used on the Lamborghini LM002
Wood trim and lots of leather inside the luxurious cabin of the Lamborghini LM002
A lot of leather hides were needed to cover the interior inside the Lamborghini LM002
Countach style leather seats were used inside the Lamborghini LM002
This Lamborghini LM002 was a later edition with optional wheels, bumpers and a Diablo derived V12
A dark shade on the Lamborghini LM002 might make it look like a smaller car, but make no mistake, this is a big Bull
These round bulges clearly show we are looking a later evolution LM002 that had a fuel injected Diablo derived engine.
Late model Lamborghini LM002 with the more rounded engine cover, in this case the engine was fuel injected.
These lightweight OZ wheels were an option on the Lamborghini LM002, also note the extremely expensive Pirelli Scorpion tires.
Check out the heavy duty hinges on the doors of the Lamborghini LM002
Pirelli Scorpion Zero tires on this Lamborghini LM002, also note the small bumpers
Those flat panels on the Lamborghini LM002 make it easier to bullet proof the car in case of military use
The Raging Bull proudly roars at the back of the Lamborghini LM002
Luxurious white leather upholstery inside this dark metallic Lamborghini LM002 off road.
Another later model Lamborghini LM002 with optional wheels, bumpers and even a winch at the front.
Not too many Lamborghini LM002 would be finished in this metallic shade over a blue leather interior.
A bit of dust inside this LM002, but just look at that special blue leather upholstery.
A rather strange color combination inside this Lamborghini LM002, wood with blue leather and grey carpets
Four seats covered in blue leather inside this Lamborghini LM002
The central console inside the Lamborghini LM002 housed multiple switches and levers.
Back in the days every Lamborghini left the factory with an Alpine stereo, in case of the LM002 it was mounted in a roof console
This Lamborghini LM002 already had the later fuel injected V12 engine
This late model, fuel injected LM002 didn't require the large angular bulges on the engine cover anymore.
The section at the back of the LM002 could seat four additional people, this specific car had a nice cover installed.
This was an early edition LM002 with a V12 derived from the Countach with carburetors, hence the massive box in the middle.
This early Lamborghini LM002 had the OZ wheels installed later on, looks really good.
Those original Pirelli Scorpion tires were developed specifically for the LM002, these days they are next to impossible to find.
A light tan leather interior might look good inside the LM002, but you should maintain them anyway.
The wood combines nicely with the tan leather upholstery inside this specific Lamborghini LM002
Looks like this specific Lamborghini LM002 has an enlarged fuel tank installed on the rear deck.
Massively wide tires, two big bore exhaust pipes and a large Raging Bull logo on the spare ... meet the LM002
Initially the LM002 had steel wheels, but later on these lightweight OZ Wheels were available as an option.
Tan leather upholstery with a black dashboard and wood trim inside the Lamborghini LM002
At 200km/h you should be wearing those seat belts inside the Lamborghini LM002
A lot of Lamborghini LM002 had a towing hitch installed, with 455hp and a V12 up front pulling a trailer was no problem at all.
A very nice black Lamborghini LM002 during an event in Belgium, note the steel wheels.
This black Lamborghini LM002 was an early series, steel wheels and large, boxy engine cover.
A classic black LM002, note the tool box on the rear deck ... normally there is no trunk space on an LM002
That DeTomaso in the background sure looks 'small' compared to the big V12 Lamborghini LM002
The fuel injected V12 engine inside the later model LM002 required a smaller airbox.
This wasn't the original steering wheel for the Lamborghini LM002, but it does look cool anyway.
Black makes the Lamborghini LM002 look even more intimidating ... those tires will set you back a small fortune however.
Judging from those side lights I would say this LM002 was a car destined for the United States.
This black Lamborghini LM002 had Pirelli Scorpion Zero tires installed on the OZ Wheels.
People tend to get out of the way when you drive up in a Lamborghini LM002
Two LM002 side by side, the red one is a more recent one compared to the black one.
The black LM002 is an original card'd version, the red LM002 has a fuel injected engine.
A rather unusual shade on this Lamborghini LM002, a light blue metallic.
This blue Lamborghini LM002 has a customized rear section, also note the large exhausts
Not one but two brake calipers on this Lamborghini LM002 front axle.
Nice black leather interior inside this light blue metallic Lamborghini LM002
White makes the Lamborghini LM002 look even bigger, note the winch on this Bull
The big Lamborghini LM002 finished in white, rolling on black 17 inch wheels
This black Lamborghini LM002 still had the original Pirelli Scorpion tires mounted on steel wheels.
The Raging Bull logo shows no fear whatsoever on the impressive LM002
Nice dark blue metallic over a tan leather interior on this Lamborghini LM002
Very nice looking Lamborghini LM002 ... take into account these Bulls are at least 20 years old by now.
The owner of this blue over white Lamborghini LM002 had additional lights mounted up front.
Tough protection plate at the front of the Lamborghini LM002, you do not want to damage that V12 engine.
The Lamborghini LM002 had two, single tip exhaust pipes installed.
A lot of white leather inside this Lamborghini LM002, note the contrasting shade isn't black but a custom order, dark brown shade.
White leather inside a Lamborghini LM002 might seem like a good idea at first, but you have to keep it clean in the end.
The carb'd V12 engine inside the LM002 required large filters to avoid sucking in debris into the cylinders
Yes, that's a lot of spark wires ... twelve in total to be honest, the LM002 runs a V12 engine you know.
Very nice door panel on an LM002 combining white and brown leather, brown carpet and wood trim
Two very rare Lamborghini LM002 American edition next to each other, note the side sills ...
The pin stripe, alloy wheels, side skirts and chrome bumpers are all standard on the LM002 American edition.
The LM002 American also had modified vents on the engine cover and side panels.
The LM002 American was really a more luxurious, highly spec'd out final edition from Lamborghini
Famous Malcolm Forbes ordered a Lambrghini LM002 in a very specific shade, money green.
The bare chassis of an LM002 on display at the museum factory in Sant'Agata

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