Norwegian LFA Owner Moves Mountain


Well, not exactly a mountain, but a speed bump. In an LFA terms, a speed bump is basically a mountain it must conquer. With just 4.5" of ground clearance, extra care is taken to ensure that the carbon fiber underside escapes harm. Luckily for one 
Norwegian Lexus LFA owner, he was able to move his "mountain". 

Knowing that one of the roads in his hometown may pose a clearance issue, LFA owner Mr. Rune Berge Vik made a call to his local municipality in Stavenger before he took delivery of his new Lexus. Lucky for him, he got in contact a generous public works person and was able to get a local bump planed down. Who would have ever thought it would take only one call to make one speed bump LFA compliant? 

Mr. Rune Berge Vik Stavanger is the only man in Scandinavia to own this rare piece of carbon fiber and metal machinery. There are no exact details on Mr Vik's LFA is but it's obvious he waited patiently before he could safely take this Pearl Gray beauty home. Stavanger is a city on the west coast of Norway, a 7 hour scenic drive from Oslo. One can only imagine the excitement and joy Mr. Vik had driving his new Lexus LFA back home.

What do you think of this LFA Owner's Mountain Moving? Talk more about Mr. Vik's LFA journey HERE! >>

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Al Al (Mon, 20 May 2013 15:52:05 -0700): One call to the city? Shouldnt have had to look at the plates to assume it wasn't the states. Or maybe i should start reading titles... Heck even a wad of cash under the table wouldn't convince VDOT to do anything.
Carter Johnson (Sun, 26 May 2013 13:51:35 -0700): someone loves lexus haha.
Lazaro Fiel (Sat, 01 Jun 2013 11:36:08 -0700): Foreall