| 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400S SV|
text: Superb 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400S restored to SV Specifications by renowned expert Gary Bobileff. This Miura, serial # 3952, is finished in its original colors of Verde Miura exterior over a Skai Beige (Caramel) and Testa diMoro (Dark Brown) interior. It was production # 337 and was completed at the factory on March 6, 1969 as a left-hand drive version and delivered to Italian dealer Lamborauto in Tur...
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| 1970 Lamborghini Miura S|
text: Nothing says Happy Halloween like a classic orange Lamborghini Miura dressed up in eyelashes and all. Fantastic shot, Alex!...
| 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400|
text: From Seller:
Chassis 4039 is a standard production, normal P400S (Miura S) built and sold in both production and model year, 1969.
It is one of only 338 similar examples built and the 357th sequential Miura out of a total production run of just 763 examples of all three versions (P400, S & SV.)
The initial order for the car was internal (not assigned to a particular client) and the car comple...
| 1969 Lamborghini Miura Brochure|
text: Official brochure and press materials for the revolutionary Lamborghini Miura mid-engined supercar.
Hat tip to Web-Cars...
| 1968 Lamborghini Miura P400 Coupe|
text: Here's a shiny black Lamborghini Miura P400, the first version of the breed. It wears this color well. You can imagine just how exotic these cars were when they came out in 1967. Ferrari hadn't produced any mid-engined road cars yet, and the Miura got Enzo's attention. It was powered by a 350 hp 3.9 liter V12 that growled, most appropriately, like an angry bull....
| 1968 Lamborghini Miura P400|
text: Lamborghini Miuras look good in white. Looks like this Miura had an unfortunate nose kiss....
| 1972 Lamborghini Miura SV - Posing with Valentino|
text: The Miura SV was the last and best of the breed. With 380 horsepower and wider wheels, the Miura SV put Ferrari on notice and won sports car fans around the world. One way to distinguish a Miura SV from previous models is the lack of eyelashes....
| 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400|
text: 1987 Norwich Union Classic Car Run...
| 1981 Lamborghini Miura SVJ Spider Custom|
text: This car is based on a one-off Miura that was presented on the Lamborghini stand at the Geneva Motor Show in 1981. That show car was actually the 1971 Miura S show car, rebuilt and customized by Swiss Lamborghini importer, Lambomotor AG....
| 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400 |
text: 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400 Coupe, 3.9L V12, in Andromeda Red with Tan Leather Interior. 4 triple barrel Weber carburetors. Production number 102. VIN #P400XN102. 30,733 miles. 1 of only 475 Miura P400 manufactured between 1966 and 1970. Aluminum body. 5-Speed transmission. Cosmetically restored in 1990's by M&J Coachworks of NJ....
| 1968 Lamborghini Miura One-Off Spyder Re-Emerges|
text: One-off Lamborghini Miura Spyder re-emerges after 40 years!
Exclusive news from Joe Sackey, Miura expert and author of "The Lamborghini Miura Bible" to be published in November 2008 by Veloce Publishing Ltd.
Purely as a design exercise, aimed at keeping demand for Lamborghini’s Miura on the crest of a wave, Nuccio Bertone assigned Marcello Gandini a styling project to create a Spyder version o...
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