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Lamborghini's LM002 seemed completely insane when it was released in 1986. Back then, only Arab shieks and American action heros needed three-ton, turret-mounted, 180 mph Italian street-rod SUVs (Cayenne? Porsche, please). Writer Hunter S. Thompson had one, and wrote about terrorizing overenthusiastic Porsche drivers on the San Francisco highway system with its speed, handling and size. Word is, you can still get one, but they have to be custom ordered.

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LM002 [Lamborghini Registry]

1987 Lamborghini LM002 [Heritage Classics]

1991 Lamborghini LM002 black [Motor Cities]