Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to install a Lamborghini Aventador inside a museum in Rome. The building doesn’t have much of a loading dock, and even the doorways aren’t what you’d call double-wide. If you’re going to put a Lamborghini Aventador inside, you’re going to have to build it up one piece at a time. After you bring them in, one piece at a time. For the technicians from Lamborghini, this is just another day on the job, and they seem to be perfectly content spinning wrenches in a non-ergonomically friendly environment. On the plus side, this particular car is likely to be the most theft-proof Lambo in all of Rome. Watch the video below.
Have you ever pulled off a similar stunt? Reassembled you high school principal’s VW Bug on the school roof? Pimped a friend’s MR2 and reassembled it inside a warehouse? I’m guessing you’ve got some stories like this, so let’s hear ‘em.