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Watch People Skiing, Sledding Behind a Lamborghini Gallardo

Utah man and his buds go skiing with 520 horses

Ed Tahaney
Jan 27, 2017

What do you do when you own a Lamborghini Gallardo and the roads are covered with a few inches of fresh powder?

Well, if you are James Condon, aka The Stradman, you talk your pals into some skiing and snowboarding behind your Lambo and then post the video on YouTube.

"It was just another one of those days," said Condon onhis Facebook page.

It's a fun video with some great footage of the Park City, Utah-based filmmaker and his friends doing some really dumb things with a 520-hp Italian fighting bull -- like standing on someone's back while both riding on an inner tube that's being pulled by a sports car on a snow-covered road for starters.

And as if we have to say it, please don't try and do this yourself — well, at least not before inviting us along first.

Condon apparently saved up his pennies for 11 years in order to purchase his dream car. He recently told NBC affiliate KSL TV that he snagged a 2006 model from the original owner with only 9,500 miles on the clock. His Gallardo packs a 5.0-liter V-10 engine and even has the coveted six-speed manual transmission.

He's added a brilliant purple, black, and gray camouflage wrap with a matching customized storage box and a pair of skis to go with it. It looks pretty damn cool.

"I'm not a wealthy man but I love cars. I think only someone who loves cars like I do can relate to the sacrifices I've made for a car," he told the news station.

Condon also said that he uses his Gallardo, which currently has over 32,000 miles on it, as his daily driver.

Source: The Stradman via YouTube, KSL TV

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