By on August 28, 2011

Did we say that golden cars are all the rage in China? Rage? It’s an epidemic! Carnewschina is following the rapidly developing story. Latest gold find: A Lamborghini Gallardo LP-560 2, unearthed in Shijiazhiang, capital of Hebei Province.

This city is known for its black gold: Coal. Some people became very rich after coal mines were privatized. If you’ve got it – flaunt it.

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3 Comments on “Bling Dynasty, The Sequel...”

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    Silly me! And here all the time I was thinking the rise in the price of gold was due to criminal finance organizations and irresponsible governments.

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      No. As long as the dollar is in the toilet, investors will park on gold and yen.

      That Lambo looks like it sucks all the ambient light around it. Give me that orange one anytime.

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    Wow, I must say, it actually looks good! Unlike that golden Bimmer a few post back. I guess it depends on the car. THe Gallardo wears its new golden skin very well. You know, if you’re rich from coal mines, wouldn’t it makes more sense to paint your Gallardo coal-like matte black?

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