We are extremely excited to offer this 1968 Lamborghini Miura P400 LHD. This Miura P400 has undergone a fully documented, no expense spared restoration in France.
Sitting in yellow fly with black leather interior. This example come with matching chassis and engine numbers.
Production was completed on the 28th of June 1968. It was first registered on the 5th of July and delivered to its first owner from the Saint-Denis Region, France.
In 1981 the Miura was bought by a collector who then owned the car for the next 31 years. During this time the restoration was carried out. It was then acquired by Autodrome-Paris.
Do not miss this chance to own one of the first ever supercars. With only 275 examples of the original P400 makes this a very sought after piece of motoring history.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for more details. Serious enquiries only please. We will be responsive to all firm, reasonable offers.
Prices quoted in USD or GBP are for export only. If the vehicle is purchased in Australia, it will be subject to additional Australian taxes.
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