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1967 Lamborghini Miura P400

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2019 Concourso Winner

Verde Miura / Nero

10, 504 Kilometers (6,524 MIles)

Chassis# 3150

Engine# 1370

Frame Off Restoration (2016-2018)

Original Factory Color

$1.595 MM

 

HISTORY:

1967 – Telaio 3150, motore 1370, 74th Miura built, delivered Oct 5, 1967 to Roberto Carpanelli (Lamborghini’s Rome concessionaire). Verde/Nero.

1974 – Imported to the US via an airline pilot based in North Carolina.

1978 – Sold to Lamborghini collector Jack Robinson in Arizona to join his Miura SV. He repainted the car Giallo Miura. The car was then featured in Automobile Quarterly vol 23, No. 1 (1985), and pictured on AQ poster “Lamborghini – The Quest for Perfection”.

1985 – Engine rebuilt by famed racing engineer Alf Francis (Stirling Moss’s F1 mechanic)

1986 – Purchased by Dave Gamret, Ford Motor Co’s Design Engineer, who also owned a Countach LP400.

1989 – Gamret had the car repainted yellow with correct PPG Giallo Miura paint he got directly Bertone SpA.

1990 – Owned briefly by renowned Ferrari collector and 250 GTO owner Chris Cox.

1991 – Purchased by Nick England with mileage just @ 5,800 km.

2014 – Purchased by Chris Papamichael with mileage @ 10,500 km, documented over the 23 year ownership.

2016 – Frame off ( “Nut and Bolt”) restoration commenced

2019- Purchased by current owner

 

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