Current progress so far
Links to parts and information websites
Where I will be building my diablo
Where most of the important bits come from
The stuff it all bolts to
What makes it go
What makes it pretty
The cars nervous system
Where you sit
The gubberment bit
Who really cares?
Stuff that will not fit anywhere else
Other diablo replica websites
Welcome to my build diary, use the links on the left of the screen to navigate this site and see my progress as I work to construct a 2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT replica.

Welcome to
  Engine videos  

Well the website is getting a little unwieldy, so I have decided to clean things up for the main page for you to find everything you need.

You can still view my current progress at the usual place by clicking on the icon to the left, or by clicking this link here.

car front


Everyone likes videos, especially when they are of big hulking engines.


This car is for sale!     Resources  
Four years is a long time in anyones book, lots of things can change in that time. Births, Marriages and Divorces are just one example. And no-one knows what the future really holds. Things change, and in this case my career is taking me to a different country.

It is therefore with great regret that I offer my car for sale. As it stands it is ready for SVA and this will be handled by Parallel Designs who supplied the kit originally. The new owner will therefore have the honour of driving the first V12 Diablo VT 6.0 replica in the UK, as well as having their name first on the log-book. The car will be registered as new, not an age related plate or a dreaded 'Q' plate.

Anyone interested in purchasing the car should contact Naz at Parallel Designs.

For those of you foolhardy enough to use the BMW M70 engine, here are some resources to get you started:

bmw m70

Final progress report    

It was a long road, but the car is finally complete, view my entire progress here.

"4 & 5th May
Displayed the finished article on the Parallel Designs stand. I had intended to show the car at the Lambo Replica club stand but due to circumstances beyond our control we ended up in a place more suited to off-roaders than low to the ground sports cars. Pictures of the finished car and the full story can be found here in the SVA section for want of a better place."



Copying and 'borrowing':
Everyone likes to share stuff, especially cool pictures and videos. I fully support this, but if you intend to use one of my images, text or videos in your own work, here are the terms to use my work:
- Credit the item to me clearly on the page or link, preferably next to the item
- Include a link back to this website:
- My work is NOT free for commerical use. Contact me for permission to use any images, documents or text in your commercial offering.

Do this and everybody is happy!