In your Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce, to be more precise. Yet, despite the number of zeros in your bank account, there are some things money can't buy. One of them is a car's need to go through maintenance. Simple stuff, like changing the oil.
Fate has it I'm poor. Not poor-poor, but poor enough to have seen my share of Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce, but never own one. I popped the hood to these beauties countless times, but never drove one.
I know the car inside out, upside down and sideways. I love its roar, its looks, its everything. But I will never have one.
Fate has it you, the rich guy, come into the garage I work. You ask for the oil to be changed and leave to have dinner or something in a fancy restaurant. I look at the Lambo. It looks back at me, and we instantly hit it off.
I take my friend and go for a spin. Literally. As it turned out, I knew everything there was to know about a Lambo, except for how to drive it.
Now I am poor-poor. I messed up so bad, that your Lambo took EUR400,000 worth of damages ($557,000). Money I'll probably have to pay you back, although I'm sure you bought a replacement Ferrari instead.