Back in 1966 when Feruccio Lamborghini decided to name one of his car after a popular bull fighter Miura. Now, is being 50 years and the company wouldn’t forget the legacy of the Lambo inventor. This leads to a new redesign for the super-car. Lamborghini’s PoloStorico division has painstakingly restored the original Miura Super Veloce which was originally revealed back at the Geneva Auto Show in 1971.
The Miura SV is well known for it’s capability of speed and most hardcore models.
In its original metallic green Verde Metallizata with tan leather, the restoration included a complete teardown of the chassis and engine. Lamborghini saying it used photos and archived historical documents to return the car as closely to the original as possible.
So to commemorate the anniversary, the restored Miura SV was shown at car enthusiasts and collectors right at the Amelia Island Concours earlier this month in Florida. Although this won’t be likely expected to be on sales but future might have it on auction market because for now, it’s privately owned and, at the moment, is not for sale.
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